"A MOTION PICTURE FEATURING ACTIVE DUTY NAVY SEALS"
How are these Seals allowed to show their faces on film? Here in Australia, active duty S.A.S. troopers would never be allowed to do that.
Australia's SAS soldiers aren't allowed to have their faces appear in television, newspapers or magazines. The SEALS are allowed to star in movies?!? Makes it a bit hard to disavow them in the future if they are captured or killed on a mission the US would rather not admit to carrying out.
I think they are either trainers or no longer active operators.
Wat?Oh, okay. That would make more sense.
I'm sure the action will be both spectacular and authentic, but what will the acting be like?