Storm (1999)

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Storm (1999), DVD cover.

Movie (1999)

Luke Perry (Dr. Ron Young)
Martin Sheen (General James Roberts)
Robert Knott (Tom Holt)
Alexandra Powers (Major Tanya Goodman)

A top secret government study involving the manipulation of the weather goes awry, leaving L.A. in the path of a destructive hurricane. A meteorologist sets out to save the city.

Cessna 180

Registration N6686 is for a ROLLADEN-SCHNEIDER LS-6 destroyed on the end of 1998. False or incomplete code.

Storm-1999 Cessna CIMG5787.jpg
Storm-1999 Cessna CIMG5788.jpg
Storm-1999 Cessna CIMG5791.jpg
Storm-1999 Cessna-N6686 CIMG5792.jpg

Fairchild C-123 K Provider

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. N546S, a Fairchild C-123 K Provider, s/n 54-615.
Reg. N546S, a Fairchild C-123 K Provider, s/n 54-615.
Reg. N546S, a Fairchild C-123 K Provider, s/n 54-615.

Boeing AGM-86 ALCM

Storm-1999 Cruise-Missile.JPG
Storm-1999 AGM-86 CIMG5783.jpg

The cruise missile spilts to drop the probe; something the real craft is unable to do.

Storm-1999 AGM-86 CIMG5784.jpg

Lockheed EC-121 Warning Star

Storm-1999 EC-121 CIMG5793.jpg

Lockheed F-104 Starfighter

Storm-1999 F-104 CIMG5796.jpg

Fairchild-Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II

Storm-1999 A-10 CIMG5798.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

Storm-1999 4Jet CIMG5790.jpg

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