Falcon Down

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Movie (2001)

Dave Midkiff (Captain Hank Thomas)
Judd Nelson (Harold Peters)
William Shatner (Major Robert Carson)
Mark Kiely (Roger the Rat)

U.S. Air force officer Hank Thomas attempts to expose a military cover-up after a civiian airliner crashes.

Cessna 206

The same aircraft.

Eurocopter HH-65A Dolphin

TV news archive footage.

Sikorsky VH-3A Sea King

The narrator speaks of the crash of the governement helicopter.


Sikorsky SH-60

Another TV news archive footage.

Bell 206 JetRanger

FalconD Bell2.jpg

General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon

Digital fighter with unrealistic handling.
Cockpit of the Fighting Falcon.

Boeing 747-200

Fictional airline Trans Global, livery based on TWA-Trans World Airlines.

A digital Jumbo jet.

Fairchild C-123 K Provider

Another digital aircraft; the cockpit and cargo views are unrealistic.

Morane-Saulnier MS.760 Paris

Morane-Saulnier MS-760 Paris.

Cessna 150

N581 or N361.

Unidentifiable Aircraft

Satellite views.

Maybe a AWACS.
Various aircraft.

Various aircraft

On the wall, lots of art painting and pictures showing North American P-51D Mustang , Vought F4U Corsair and what seems to be several aircraft of the first half of the XXth century.

Wall of fame.


First, the Falcon is discribe as a former SST project.

Note the data, more of a hypersonic plane than a supersonic one.
Rockwood Falcon.
The Falcon chase by... Fighting Falcons!
Tail and exhaust.

But the Falcon is now a military warplane with a brand new weapon.

The secret weapon.

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