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Originally posted by Groggy
Cause at the end of the episode, when they show the credits etc, there are some lines that say:
"We gratefully acknowledge the cooperation of the Department of Defense, Department of the Air Force and U.S Space Command"
[edit on 12/28/05 by FredT]
Originally posted by Duzey
The reason they have that is because they have advisors from those branches who help them make the show realistic. The Air Force does have to approve every story though.
Actor and executive producer Richard Dean Anderson of Stargate SG-1 will be recognized at the Air Force Association's 57th Annual Air Force Anniversary Dinner in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, September 14, 2004. Air Force Chief of Staff, General John P. Jumper, will be on hand to participate in the special recognition.
Richard Dean Anderson will be recognized for his role as Executive Producer and star of the television show Stargate SG-1, and for the show's continuous positive depiction of the Air Force. Stargate SG-1 continues to be the number one show on the SCI FI CHANNEL and is currently in its eighth season on the air. It is also exceedingly popular abroad, distributed by MGM Worldwide Television Group to over 100 countries around the world.
Air Force to honor actor, producer
Originally posted by TheRanchMan
Don't forget, a lot of the StarGate Stuff is filmed at Cheyenne Mountain, and that belongs to the USAF and DoD.