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The "paperweight" which the female soldier uses on the unrolled map, is a Motorola 9500-series satellite telephone. See more »
When the SF members are dropping in at night, they all put on PVS14 night vision devices on. Now when they do that in movie you see a green glow from the front all the way to the eye piece. This is very incorrect because the PVS14 does glow green from the front lens. The idea of NVGs are they take light from the front lens and amplify the light and give a green image through the eye piece. You might be able to see the green glow on the operators eye depending on the angle you look at him. You will never be able to see a green glow if you look at NODs from the front. See more »
I'm a big fan of war movies....Not sure why it has a 7 star rating?? No script, no acting, not a single adequate action scene... just looked so fake... lethargic cinematography, editing and bogus scenes... such a waste of time and money...
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