In developing Medal of Honor: Warfighter, EA and Danger Close sought to make it as authentic as possible. Well sometimes too authentic can be an issue. They had been working with seven U.S. Navy SEALS on the title. The SEAL team six became famous and overall very well known for the Osama Bin Laden raid on his Pakistan compound on May, 2011, so who better to work with? Especially if you end up having plans to create a DLC pack focused on that raid in particular, Zero Dark Thirty coming soon.
CBS News has reported that the seven Navy SEALS are all currently on active duty and one of them that was on the successful raid was helping work on Medal of Honor: Warfighter. They only worked for two days in the spring and summer as paid consultants. Supposedly they've unveiled classified information and are currently under investigation. Four members of the team have transferred out the unit and the seven who were disciplined for saying too much, have received letters of repimand, "which would kill their chances for promotion. They also had half their pay taken away for two months." - CBS News