Right. What I mean is, I wonder if the real US military told the filmmakers not to depict the US military using actors or others playing as military. Forget real soldiers; the military objects, ok, fine. I don't remember seeing any military representation in the movie, no soliders, no tropps, no planes, etc. SHIELD, yes, but nobody played the military. I see that there was footage the included soldiers. I am wondering, if anyone knows, were the producers told to take the footage they had out and/or not to use actors? Were there soldiers there and I just missed them?
When the mitary tries ti tell Hollywood to do something the normal and correct approach is to tell the military to F-off. More likly they just dforgot that There are troops in most US cities, ignoring that is the norm also, when the mitary wants someting done or object to somthing they ask politly like they did with "24", or the decline to allow the use of milarty resouces
Originally Posted by ImpulseUCF
Regardless of real military assistance, I don't recall seeing a representation of the regular US armed forces during the invasion, and that stuck out as odd to me.
Do you think the writers have any clue what the NG and Organised are?