Corrected entry: If anybody has seen Starship Troopers 1, they would know that the person who plays the sarge in number two, was the captain of the ship that Denise Richards was on in number one. She died by getting crushed by a door, so how is she the Sarge in number 2 if this movie takes place after the first movie? Can't happen.
Corrected entry: At one point, the General salutes the Lieutenant - no officer would salute a subordinate in the military. Similarly, at another point, the Lieutenant salutes the Captain, and the Private beside them salutes the Lieutenant (and actually shifts her stance to stand beside the Captain, to face the Lieutenant). A salute would always go to the higher-ranking officer. As well, throughout the movie, there are several instances of salutes which are awkward, incomplete, informal and not realistic for any military organization.DavidRTurner
Corrected entry: The military ranks used for officers in Starship Troopers 2 do not match those used in the first movie. Proof of this can be seen by comparing the two Generals. The General in the first movie uses a device that looks like a bird for his insignia, whereas the General in Starship Troopers 2 uses a single star, much like a modern-day general.