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Marshall R. Teague,
Danny Lee Clark
Apart from the improbable and shallow plot, it is painfully obvious that no military technical adviser had a hand in this movie. Here are some duds;
The leader of the Seal Team addressed as captain (yes he would be called a captain in the army) when he should have been addressed as lieutenant since this is the US Navy; his superior is referred to as commander and a reference being made towards the end of the movie that this commander will be a 'general', a totally non-existent rank in the US Navy.
The mission was supposed to be covert and deniable, yet one can notice in the laughable daylight raid that dog tags were evident, clanking around noisily like cow bells I might add.
The M4 being fired left-handed but with a right-handed ejection port.
For a covert mission like the one portrayed, every member of the team spots regulation military crew cut, they would have stood out like sore dicks in reality...
The team was totally non-tactical from the insertion right through to the botched raid - faces not blackened, bunching up like ants at the landing point and the questionable choice of weapons in general used for the mission.
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