While rescuing an American air crew captured by Mid-Eastern terrorists, Lieutenant Curran and his team of Navy SEALs discover evidence that the terrorists have come into possession of dangerous high-tech weapons. Written by
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America's top secret weapon.
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Did You Know?
Originally, the men were going to play touch-football. But Bill Paxton
felt the scene was too similar to the volleyball scene in Top Gun
(1986). So he suggested that they play golf instead. Most of the golf sequence was directed by Paxton with a second unit crew. See more
When the SEALs are leaving the seaport with the rescued helicopter crew we see them pause at the bottom of a set of stairs before crossing a narrow lane way. When the camera pans to the roof we see to holes in the concrete slabs on top of the roof. These holes appear when the team sniper, Dane, shots two terrorists behind them. However, this does not happen until about 2 minutes after we see this original screen shot of the team crossing said lane way and they are compromised. See more
Hawkins... blow it!
Sorry, boss. I can't do that.
Sounds like an order to me, Lieutenant...
Fuck his order!
Edited into JAG: Capital Crime