1- The squad is only on night shift because they disobeyed a direct order to save me.
I saw this sentence above but it seems kind of unusual to me. I would say it this way:
2- The squad is on night shift only because they disobeyed a direct order to save me.
Do they mean the same thing? Is there a difference between them? Using "only" in that position can imply different things I think. (I am talking about the position of "only" in sentence 1)