Mirror Wars: Reflection One

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Mirror Wars: Reflection One movie poster.

Movie (2005)
Russian title: Зеркальные Войны: Отражение Первое

Aleksandr Efimov (Alexei Kedrov)
Olga Yakovtseva (Aziza)
Armand Assante (York)
Rutger Hauer (Mysterious Man)
Malcolm McDowell (Murdock)

Its codename is Sabertooth, a top-secret Russian stealth fighter jet that could tip the world's military strategic balance. But when someone begins assassinating the project's top test pilots, maverick C.I.A. boss Henry York (Armand Assante) launches a surveillance of international arms dealer Dick Murdock (Malcolm McDowell).

Sukhoi Su-35UB

The Sabre-toothed Sukhoi Su-XX was played by the Sukhoi Su-35UB 4+ generation fighter.

Sukhoi Su-XX Sabre-toothed
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Sukhoi Su-25UB

Please read the Discussion tab.

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Sukhoi Su-34

A short footage (continuity error).

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Sukhoi Su-27SKM

Reg. 305 Grey (c/n 36911040102) as seen several months later at the 46th Paris Le Bourget Air Show.

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Mil Mi-24PK-1

An Mi-24PK-1 - a night operations upgrade to the Mi-24P "Hind-F".


Various Radio-Command Models

Generic modesls of mono and biplanes and helicopter.

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And even a flying wing.

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Mil Mi-24P

A standard production Mi-24P (NATO "Hind-F") accompanies the Mi-8MTYu in the same action sequence.


Antonov An-12

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Ilyushin Il-78

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Mil Mi-8MTYu

An Mi-8MTYu appears in an action sequence dropping off troops, then stolen by Murdock (Malcolm McDowell). This is a real Mi-8 modification used for detection of re-entry vehicles and small surface targets. Only one was built and previously used by the Ukrainian Air Force.

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MAKS (International Aviation and Space Show) & Central Air Force Museum

Mostly Airshow from 6th international exhibition MAKS-2003 (August 19th - 24th of 2003) and/or 7th international exhibition MAKS-2005 (August 16th - 21th of 2005); at Zhukovsky International Airport, 36 km (22 mi) southeast of central Moscow
Merged with actor among the crow of the Central Air Force Museum (at Monino Airfield, 40 kilometers (25 mi) east of Moscow).

Tupolev Tu-95 & Tupolev Tu-160

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Polikarpov I-15 bis

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Aermacchi MB-339 PAN

Aermacchi MB-339 PAN of the Frecce Tricolori.

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Dassault-Dornier Alpha Jet E

Dassault-Dornier Alpha Jet E of the Armée de l’Air-Patrouille de France.

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Sukhoi Su-27

Russian Knights.

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Myasishchev M-50

Please read the Discussion tab.

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Sukhoi Su-27M

Reg. 701 Blue (c/n 369110116202) Sukhoi Su-27M.

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Ilyushin Il-76MD & Boeing B-52H-175-BW Stratofortress

(left) 01 red Ilyushin Il-76MD c/n 1003401024/76-06 christened Marshal Aviatsii Skripko; since 216, reg. RF-78837.
(right) Boeing B-52H-175-BW Stratofortress (c/n 464454) tail code MT / 61-0027 of 5th BW, based at Minot AFB, North Dakota, USA. this aircraft was sent to AMARC as BC0492 on 2009.
We guess the contra-rotating propeller of the Antonov An-70 behind the B-52.

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Antonov An-26V-100 & Antonov An-30 & Antonov An-74TK-200 & Beriev Be-12P-200

Antonov An-26V-100 and Antonov An-30 of ARP 410 Airlines.
Antonov An-74TK-200 could be registered as UR-74038.
Reg. RA-00046 Beriev Be-12P-200 (same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft, Civil Fixed-Wing section).
(far left) Maybe nose of Antonov An-140.

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Sukhoi Su-47 Berkut

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Mil V-12

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Tupolev Tu-16

(top right) Tupolev Tu-16 c/n 1880302

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Tupolev Tu-22

Cockpit of the Tu-22 at right; Tu-16 in the background (left).
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At Monino

1 : Myasishchev 3MD
2 : Myasishchev M-50
3 : Ilyushin Il-28 c/n 53005771
4 : Sukhoi T-4 (Product 100)

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Dassault Mystère 20

(center with the red nose) Dassault Mystère 20 (c/n maybe one of these : 93, 154, 167, 238, 260, 268, 291, 342 et 422 / F-RAE(A/B/D/H/G or ...) of the ECT (Escadron de Calibration et de Transport), Armée de l'Air (French Air Force).

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Transall C-160F

Support aircraft of the Patrouille de France (with several of its Dassault-Dornier Alpha Jet E in the far background).

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Sukhoi Su-30MKK

Serial 504 Sukhoi Su-30MKK taking off alongside the Sukhoi Su-35UB.

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Boeing VC-25A 'Air Force One'

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McDonnell Douglas F-15D

McDonnell Douglas F-15D wearing the tail code FF ("First Fighter" / 1st Fighter Wing).

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Tupolev Tu-114

Reg. CCCP-76464 / SSSR-76464 gateguardian Tupolev Tu-114 of Aeroflot at Moscow Domodedovo Airport until 2006.

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Antonov An-2

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Ilyushin Il-76

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