Why hasn't the military consultant & advisor/military script consultant for Man Down (2015) been added?

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Nick Jones Jr.

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Ablativeablative

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Greetings, Nick.
You can add that piece of info yourself.
Go to the bottom of your IMDb profile page, and click Edit Page.
Find Filmograpy (non-acting) and select the proper category (probably Other Crew member Credits).
After that, it should be easy.
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Drvobradi, it appears that Mr. jones has already submitted the credit as he has provided the submission number. He is also providing proof of his involvement. I think staff will have to look at this.
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Oh, sorry - I failed to see that he posted a submition reference code.
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Hi Nick -

Thanks for posting the article.  The Misc. Crew credit you requested has been forwarded to our data editors and, if approved, should appear online with the next available update of our servers.  Cheers!
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Nick Jones Jr.

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Michelle, it was updated but as (uncredited). I am the only uncredited person on the entire credits list. I'm on the call sheets, etc. I even had a chair with the director and producers. I don't understand the (uncredited) status next to my title. I feel I have submitted enough credible information for the appropriate status.
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The (uncredited) attribute means that your name did not appear in the on-screen credits; just that, nothing more.

As is stated in the last paragraph of the FAQ What does the word "uncredited" mean? :
Please note that none of the following have any bearing on whether you were, by our definition, credited: pay stubs, call sheets, agent listings, press mentions, resumes, your visibility on screen. Any attempt to use any of these to reverse an "uncredited" status will be rejected. The only thing that matters is the actual, onscreen credits - the list of names. If your name was not on screen, you were uncredited.
If the (uncredited) attribute is not present when a contributor audits the on-screen credit, they are likely to request that it be removed as incorrect. If some of the others who don't have the attribute should have it, their credit may disappear in the future, and they will need to work to get it back on -- with the attribute.

If your name is actually shown on screen, then you will probably need to provide a screencap of the Credit in order to get the attribute removed.