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SEAL Team VI -- Not to be confused with a sequel, SEAL Team VI is the most elite of the 12 SEAL Teams in the US Navy & Special Forces.  Inspired by actual events: the Commander of SEAL Team VI suffers from a recent family tragedy before going on a dangerous mission


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Inspired by actual events: This heroic saga depicts an elite counter-terrorism team's black ops incursion... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Jeremy Davis ... Petty Officer Michael Davis

Ken Gamble ... Master Chief Devon Mackefy

Zach McGowan ... Chief Petty Officer Roberts
Kristoffer Garrison ... Petty Officer Williams

Neto DePaula Pimenta ... Petty Officer Sanchez

Amol Shah ... Jamal

Jessica Meza ... Cassandra Mackefy

Chris Warner ... Major Beder

Lisa Carnahan ... Sidney Banks
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dianna Cromie ... Concerned Woman

Andrew John Ferguson ... Iraqi Boy

Edward C. Gillow ... Admiral Timmons
Erik Koelle ... Captain Chambers
Charles Labbe ... Naval Officer
Jordan Larken ... Tristan Mackefy
Aladine Naamou ... Iraqi Soldier
Ben Paris ... Naval Officer
Rod Pearson ... Commander Ryan
David Perez ... Iraqi Soldier
River Ross ... Devon Mackefy Jr.
Madeline Rossiter ... Jamal's Daughter's Voice

Stewart Skelton ... Chairman of the Senate Arms Commitee

Directed by
Mark C. Andrews 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mark C. Andrews  writer

Produced by
Mark C. Andrews .... producer
Ken Gamble .... producer
Lu Liu .... co-producer
Original Music by
Matt Gates 
Cinematography by
Chia-Yu Chen (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Jeffrey Sargent 
Production Design by
Ben Paris 
Art Direction by
Alessandro Marvelli 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ryan Graff .... first assistant director
Heather Ravencroft .... second assistant director
Richard Robinson .... first assistant director: additional photography
Sound Department
Mark C. Andrews .... foley artist
Andrew Barnes .... sound mixer
James Fahey .... adr recordist
Ken Gamble .... foley artist
Ryan Graff .... adr recordist
Ryan Graff .... sound editor
Matt Howard .... sound re-recording mixer
Clayton Kyler .... additional dialogue editor
Clayton Kyler .... adr editor
Matthew N. Minsky .... additional sound recordist
Aynee Osborn .... dialogue editor
Al Ramirez .... boom operator
Jaime Renteria .... boom operator
Ben Russell .... sound re-recording mixer
Randolph Saucedo .... sound recordist
Lauren Stephens .... sound effects editor
Brian Stewart .... foley editor
Visual Effects by
Christopher G. Parsons .... visual effects supervisor
Bud Adams .... stunts
Christian Campos .... stunts
Serio Esparza .... stunts
Andy Garcia .... stunts
Miguel Modero .... stunts
Aladine Naamou .... stunt coordinator
Aladine Naamou .... stunt performer: soldier
Robert Paiz .... stunts
David Perez .... stunt team supervisor
Steven Perez .... stunts
Danny Rossiter .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Mark C. Andrews .... underwater camera operator
Benjamin Bagby .... Steadicam operator
Benjamin Bagby .... grip
Carlos Ceja .... grip
Brian Felber .... grip
Brandon Fieri .... best boy electric
Isaiah Fortajada .... second second assistant camera
David Scott Glazer .... second assistant camera
Nick Harris .... camera operator
Charles Labbe .... best boy electric
David Massmann .... electrician
Steve Miranda .... grip
Richard Ojeda .... first assistant camera
Jeffery Robnett .... grip
Mike Romans .... grip
Maxim Ronkin .... gaffer
Brandon Sakamoto .... camera operator
Misty Warner .... still photographer
James M. Wykoff .... additional Steadicam operator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Mary Joe Rossiter .... costumer
Editorial Department
Mark C. Andrews .... additional editor
David Gibb .... colorist
Eric Harper .... additional editor
Joshua Kuppers .... assistant editor
Ben Paris .... additional editor
Tashi Trieu .... assistant colorist
Music Department
David Beard .... composer: additional music
Michael Dobbins .... composer: additional music (as Michael J Dobbins)
Rob Elston .... musician: ethnic percussion
Evan Evans .... music assistance
Dave Klotz .... composer: additional music
Steve Mazzaro .... drum programmer
Pierson Milazzo .... musician: additional guitar solos
Sahba Motallebi .... musician: tar
Kera O'Bryon .... vocalist
Matt Ripley .... musician: ethnic percussion
Preston Shepard .... recording engineer
Andrew Silagy .... composer: additional music
Andrew Silagy .... music editor
Other crew
Matt Howard .... background editor
Bob Anderson .... very special thanks (as Commander Bob Anderson)
George & Janis & Jackie Andrews .... sincere thanks
Shakira Vanise Gamble .... sincere thanks
Vanya & Henry Gamble .... sincere thanks
David Gibb .... very special thanks
Wyck Godfrey .... very special thanks
David Jiblaze .... very special thanks
Terry Knight .... very special thanks (as Col. Terry Knight)
Jessica Pineda .... very special thanks

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Additional Details

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Rated R for language and some violence
USA:99 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Australia:MA (2009) | Portugal:M/12 | USA:R (certificate #45624)
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Anachronisms: The movie takes place during Operation Desert Shield in 1990, but in the trailer a USAF F-22 Raptor is clearly seen streaking overhead. The Raptor did not go into operation service until 2005.See more »


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10 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
this is the most unexciting movie ever, 23 December 2009
Author: saqib14 from United Kingdom

listen people do your self a favour and avoid watching this movie. the guns are without and triggers , the flashes and sparks are all computer generated , the explosions are all fake, the cut scenes are all copied from other ones and it has unnecessary things e.g they keep on showing the same building getting bombarded over and over again. there are pointless scenes and so unrealistic. the directors really did have a tight budget. so if you want to see this movie you might as well search it up in a search engine and watch it online. there is no point in buying dis movie or even renting it. i admit the acting was fairly good but there was no realism at all, as in one seen they had to save a kid from dying because he got shot. so obviously the seals would have medical packs or something because its obvious who would go into combat fully prepared and without field dressings, they know they are dealing with guns someone is bound to get shot. so if it was a real life situation they would've been fully prepared

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