R | | Action, Adventure, Thriller
A battle-hardened SEAL Team sets off on a mission to destroy a shipment of US-built Stinger missiles that have fallen into terrorist hands.
Former SEAL Chuck Pfarrer was the film's co-writer and technical advisor. To help ensure the film's accuracy, Pfarrer enlisted eight additional former Navy SEALs to train the actors in their roles and, occasionally, perform specialized stunts. The producer Bernard Williams explains: "A lot more than stunt work was involved, however. Each actor had a SEAL double to whom he could turn for help in handling weapons or perfecting SEAL techniques. They were an on-the-spot source of vital research, to make the movie as much like the real thing as possible".
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When the RPG is launched at the water where the SEALs are swimming in, a blue circle is visible, marking where the rocket is to hit the water (and, presumably, where the detonation of the explosive charge is to go off).
The British version of the film shown on Channel 5 cuts the shot of blood splashing on the car windscreen as Rexer is shot
$6,543,832 22 July 1990