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Sarah is shown a box of memorabilia, in particular a photo of Sarah which Tommy claims the deceased carried with him all the time whilst on duty. However the photo is pristine, not a single mark or crease present.
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Anachronisms 

When Army Private Tommy Yates (Brian Presley) left his parent's house getting into a taxi, after he decided to re-enlist for another tour, he was wearing a Marine 8-point cap (or cover) instead of the patrol cap or black beret which were the authorized headgear to go with the Desert Camouflage Uniform for US Army personnel.
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Continuity 

When Vanessa is shutting her car door, her soccer ball keychain appears and disappears within the scene.
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Crew or equipment visible 

When Marsh is in the kitchen during his welcome home barbecue, a part of the camera is seen in the mirror next to the sink.
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Factual errors 

When one soldier is told to fire the AT-4 at a gunman on the roof, he is holding it backwards when he is firing it. The rocket comes out of the smaller end of the tube, not the larger.
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When the one soldier decides to re-enlist, as he is saying goodbye to his parents and getting into the taxi, the cover he puts on is an older style Navy/Marine Corps 8-point cover.
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Miscellaneous 

The M2-HB .50 caliber machine gun on the lead HMMWV is in a bizarre mounting that is nearly flush with the roof. It would make it nearly impossible to traverse and elevate the weapon, and the Gunner would have to hunch down and manually lift a weapon that weighs over 100 lb.
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