R | Video | | Action, Thriller
Navy SEALS mount an attack on Colombian special forces to clear their names and rescue a hostage.
In the final scene loading the coffin, the aircraft in the hangar, N246DH, is an SA-227 Sweringen Metroliner. Although the logo is not shown, this aircraft is owned and operated by Ameriflight, Inc., an all-cargo company based in Burbank, CA. This particular aircraft is the high gross weight Expediter version and was previously owned by DHL International (Note the DH in the tail number). It was originally white, black and maroon, DHL's colors at the time, before being repainted in the white and two-tone blue colors of Ameriflight in the late 90's.
All you Americans think you're Rambo!
Chief Carter Holt: Actually, I prefer John McClane.
When they are getting ready for the HALO jump in the first part of the movie, they not wearing their oxygen masks and all yell "for God and country". SOP strictly states in any HALO jump, oxygen must be worn thirty minutes prior to and during the jump. This is to saturate the body with oxygen and remove nitrogen. Even a short time of being off the oxygen would make them strongly at risk for the diving malady, "the bends". This is when nitrogen bubbles form in the blood causing severe discomfort and a strong risk of death. As these jumps are made upwards of thirty thousand feet, the air is very thin and true operators would never take that chance, even more so to put an operation in jeopardy.
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