Tom has ordered missile strikes on Kunami in retaliation for the dirty bomb the Kunami government detonated in the Washington DC metro station, and against Lyor's advice Tom has no qualms about calling it a declaration of war. The strikes will continue until the Emir of Kunami unconditionally surrenders, which includes an admission that he was behind the bombing. Those diplomatic discussions with the Emir are being handled through the Kunami Ambassador to the US, the discussions which seem to be stalled. Through the process, Tom has to decide what the end goal is, namely if the abdication of the Emir is sufficient to stop the missile strikes. The US receives intelligence as to a means to contact Amal Hamzi, the Kunami opposition leader who has been in hiding, his ascension to power which would end the conflict. Being in hiding, he is incommunicado via modern technological means. As such, Hannah, acting on behalf of the President to make an official offer of support, accompanied by a ...
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Tricia Sims tells Mike that her brother is in the US Navy on SEAL Team 3. An unidentified soldier introduces himself to Hannah as Sgt. Royce Sims. The Navy does not have any ranks of sergeant. See more
The US Navy SEAL Team has men on the team with incorrect ranks. The commanding officer of the team is identified as a Captain. A Navy Captain (O-6) is equal to a Colonel in the other branches and is way too senior of an officer to be used for this type of mission. The main SEAL that we follow in the episode introduces himself as a Sergeant. This rank does not exist in the US Navy. The show may have intended for this to be a US Army Special Forces team, but got confused. The ranks would have been appropriate for Special Forces (Green Berets). See more