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Theatrical release poster for Clear and Present Danger.

Movie (1994)

Starring:
Harrison Ford (Jack Ryan)
Willem Dafoe (John Clark)
Anne Archer (Dr. Caroline Ryan)
Joaquim de Almeida (Col.Felix Cortez)
Henry Czerny (Robert Ritter)
Harris Yulin (James Cutter)

When Ryan is thrust into the position of Deputy Director for Intelligence in the CIA, his first task is to investigate the murder of a prominent U.S. businessman, and personal friend to the President, and his family. However, when the findings show links to the Colombian drug cartels, the administration's political priorities suddenly take a sharp change in direction. With everyone talking in riddles, a covert operation is set up by the CIA, behind Ryan's back, to infiltrate the cartel's operations but when things start getting messy the policy quickly shifts to 'Cover Your Ass'.

Sikorsky UH-60

Seen in the background.

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Bell 205

This Bell 205 is attempting to impersonate Marine One, a Presidential helicopter. Although HMX-1 did operate VH-1N (twin-engined) for a short while, they never operated the single engined variant, and no other unit operated in this livery.

CPDUH-1.jpg

Sikorsky MH-60L

Special Operations variant of the UH-60 Blackhawk. Used to insert the infiltration team into Colombia.

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CPDMH-60L 3.jpg

Aero Commander 720

Used as a drug transport aircraft by the cartels, the special ops team "cook it".
Reg. N825WD, serial 720-850-13.

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N825WD
Most likely a model that is blown up.

Raytheon Hawker 1000 (BAe 125-1000)

This aircraft is seen twice with two different, false, registrations. There were only 52 of this exact model aircraft made. The first is 'N9747P', a regularly used fake registration.

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The aircraft on approach, but could be a different one. General characteristics match.
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Second time using registration N81AB.

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Learjet 35/36

Seen through the Hawker 1000's window.

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Boeing 707-321B/C

3 707s of Ecuatoriana de Aviación on the ramp on the right. Scene filmed at Quito International Airport, Ecuador.

2 Ecuadorian Air Force C-130s can be seen in the background as well.

Grumman Gulfstream II

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Beechcraft 58P Baron

Out of focus so can't positively make out the registration.

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Lockheed C-141C Starlifter

Operating a repatriation flight.

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Sikorsky SH-3 Sea King

Operating from the U.S. aircraft carrier.

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Northrop Grumman E-2C Hawkeye

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McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Hornet

NJ-300, serial 163726 operating as part of VFA-125.

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Now relieved of the Cellulose Encased, Laser-guided bomb, from under it's right wing.

Bell 206 JetRanger

Used by Cortez to scout the location of the Special Ops team.

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Boeing 767

Supposedly arriving into Bogata.

CPD767.jpg

Bell 412

Using fake registration HK-37Z. This footage is later used in Mr. & Mrs. Smith.

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CPDHK-37Z 3.jpg
This exact footage is also used in Mr. & Mrs. Smith, with some minor editing.
CPDHK-37Z 5.jpg


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