Ok, he's supposed to be a Marine and at one point they say he's a Soldier (or did he claim to be a Soldier? I don't remember and it doesn't matter). At least have a military consultant on staff when you make a military film. Soldiers = Army. Marines are Marines. Wild dogs attack him and he still stays put on what turns out to be a tin can. I'm pretty sure my desperation and attitude would have caused me to either dig up the "mine" to see what I'm dealing with or risk jumping to one side and losing a foot or leg or worse, long before this movie showed it happen. Then, closer to the end of the movie in his dehydrated, hallucinating state, he makes standing rifle shots in a moment of clarity. Oh wait, and by some miracle, he was able to find mines and explode them to provide a sand screen by shooting with his pistol. Or was this a hallucination too? I give the actor an A for effort and that's the only reason it got a 2-star rating. What were the writer, director, and producer thinking when they approved this disaster?