When Brenner and Sunhill leave the base together in the morning after the murder, Brenner drives his car back, and we see three officers moving to the side of the road. Two shots later, the officers are again in the middle of the road.
At the very end of the movie, just before the end credits, we see officer Brenner leave alone in his blue car and see we officer Sunhill leave alone in a red mustang, however, when she drives past a bridge, and the end credits appear, we see two people in her mustang - after the camera cuts to a far shot.
There is a scene where Warrant Officer Brenner is backing his car toward several soldiers standing in the road. We see the soldiers through the front windshield as if he has passed them then we see them again with Brenner's car approaching as in the first scene.
When the bomb disposal drone first finds Elizabeth Campbell's body, it's camera pans down to show the rope tied to her leg pulled taut against the tent stake. But the alternate angle shot for the audience shows slack in the rope as it lays on the ground.
When Elizabeth's casket was being loaded into the plane at the end of the movie, the US flag was presented to the General. The US flag always remains on top of the casket according to military funeral guidelines and the casket would NEVER be loaded into a plane bare. The US Flag is removed when the casket is ready to be lowered into the ground, ceremoniously folded and then presented to the next of kin.
When James Woods' character is found dead in his house, the music playing in the house is "O Fortuna" from Orff's "Carmina Burana". This music appears to be coming from a 33 RPM record playing on a turntable. The record appears to be playing in the middle of the disc; "O Fortuna" is at the beginning and the end of "Carmina Burana", and would thus be at the beginning or the end of a 33 RPM vinyl disc, not in the middle.
Brenner walks into the basement and says, "Move aside, man with a gun", which is not the proper terminology for a soldier. The Army teaches the soldiers to use 'weapon' in place of gun. "Move aside, man with a weapon," would be correct.
When Lt Gen Campbell walks into the banquet hall everyone applauds. This wouldn't happen. Someone would call the room to attention and everyone would stand quietly until the general says "At ease" or gives a similar command.
After visiting the office of the murdered victim, the two investigators go to the Officer's Club for a drink. They look around the room and there is a non-commissioned officer (E-7) in the club fraternizing with the commissioned officers. This would never have been allowed in an officers' club nor would it likely have occurred off of the base with officers and enlisted men still in uniform.
Throughout the film, Brenner and Sunhill introduce themselves by their ranks, Warrant Officer, and are addressed in the same way. Army CID Special Agents do not use rank on the job, they use their title of Special Agent, and are addressed accordingly.
Toward the beginning of the film, after reveille is sounded, the MPs at the crime scene are given the command "Stand at, ease." Pursuant to US Army Field Manual 22-5, which governs drill and ceremony, this is not the correct command. The correct command is "At ease," said almost as one word, without the pause.
At the end of the movie, Brenner tells LTG Campbell that he is going to charge him under Article 32 of the UCMJ. Article 32 is not a punitive article. It is an article concerning a procedural hearing akin to a grand jury in the civilian court system.
In a common Hollywood error, Gen. Campbell refers to Fort MacCallum as a base. The army doesn't refer to their installations as bases. A real Army officer would have referred to the installation as a post.