Right Char Baby, higher calcium means it was Castrol, not dexos1 Havoline LSPI-resistant oil. A "dino" can have low calcium if its a SN+ one, which this one was not.
Funny they thought this was a diesel engine, which the 2.7L turbo certainly has the CGI engine block for anyway.
Viscosity was too low for ony 5k miles. Not sure why it sheared that much without at least a little oxidation (due to turbo heat, etc.) to raise it back up more.
Iron might be OK for this engine type. Blackstone has Universal Averages that might clear it up. It does seem too high though.
Suggest switching to a better oil filter and oil too. Any full synthetic at walmart, 5w30 will do. Motorcraft oil filters fall apart like Purolators do. Any other filter than those.