I saw it this weekend. I thought it was done with ok action scenes strung together with terrible, stiff acting. IIRC the two main guys are actually former SEALs and not currently active duty, but I guess the rest of the team was supposed to be active guys. They could have done without the voiceover stuff IMO, it felt even more forced than most of the other non-action scenes. Most of the crowd seemed to be made up of veterans, older and younger. Lots of Army, Navy, etc. shirts and hats on in the crowd, and a lot of the younger guys looked like Corps of Cadet or ROTC guys from VT.
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Two wrongs don't make a right, but three rights make a left.Airpower Over Hampton Roads 2008