During the skydiving sequence Cota's briefcase flies open, releasing all the cash, but by the end of the sequence, not only is the briefcase closed but the money is still flying out. Even if it had still been open the cash would have gone long before the end of the scene.
The freefall sequence was obviously shot at least twice because the shoes worn by Billy Drago's stunt double change. In some shots, he is wearing brown business shoes and, in others, black running shoes.
The enemy helicopter fires more than four rockets, when it only has four rocket tubes. Also, the American helicopter fires more rockets than the eight that it carries.
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During the skydiving sequence, Billy Drago's double is clearly wearing a parachute under his suit. Look for the bulge around his waist.
As two American soldiers enter a Colombian compound, a gas tank which misspells "flammable" as "flamable" can be seen.
The Spanish word "Solamente" is misspelled "Solamiente" in one of the placards seen at the drug lab.
The M1911 pistol used when Ramon Cota is traveling first class on a commercial airliner - the hammer is in the lowered position (resting on the firing pin) when he is held at gunpoint. M1911 pistols are single action - the slide must be pulled back (racked) to chamber a live round, the hammer is automatically cocked and ready to fire.
As Ramon Cota is being pulled up to the helicopter high above the ground, Col. Scott McCoy watches Cota's harness rope coming apart. When the rope breaks, Cota falls through the sky, and there is clearly a parachute pack on him in the harness that shouldn't have been there.
After McCoy frees the 3 DEA agents he swings on a bar attached to a white concrete wall. He then hides behind the wall before dispatching the guard above but when he climbs over the top there is a window topped by wood, which wasn't there when he grabbed the guard.