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Second Trailer for Navy SEAL Movie 'Act of Valor' Hits the Web (Video)

Feb. 17 release has drones, firefights and explosions to spare.

"Act of Valor"
Courtesy of Navy SEALs

No doubt about it, the Navy SEALs are badass. They took down Osama bin Laden and rescued an American cargo ship from Somali pirates, to name a few daring acts, and now they hit the silver screen in Act of Valor, a recruitment promo-turned feature film from Relatively Media.

The second trailer for the Feb. 17 release is now online and like the first one, puts the "action" in action adventure.

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Drones are deployed, troops jump out of a plane, a car's blown up by a rocket, soldiers approach a target under water and men run across the top of a submerging submarine in the sneak peek to the film.

There's less focus on the SEALs' personal life than in the first trailer for the film and more explosions, shouting and peril.

Act of Valor is based on actual missions with a  fictionalized storyline about a SEAL squad that embarks on a covert mission to recover a kidnapped CIA agent.