General Rowlin ("99") swears far too much for a general officer - this may have been written into the script for entertainment value.
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Although it's plausible, it's highly unlikely at the ending ramp ceremony that 39A and G9W (Gross) would have issued berets with the leather band. Their characters would likely have bought their own berets at this point in their career.
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A nighttime scene near the end shows the stars setting behind a mountain in a time lapse, ending with the sun rising behind the same mountain. In reality, the sun and the stars move in the same direction; they set in the west and rise in the east.
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In the dancing scene, waiting for a call a local says they are listening to Leif Garrett when the song is clearly Wild Cherry's Play That Funky Music.
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When Paul Gross's patrol arrives at the safe house to meet with the Ghost for the first time, the first Afghan National Army (ANA) jeep has a .50 cal machine gun on the roof, but it's obvious that it wasn't attached as it's on its side and the actor tries to right it at one point.
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