Chuzhaya voyna

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TV Movie (2013)
Russian title : Чужая война
English title : The soldier

Starring:
Vyacheslav Krikunov (Pavel Molchanov)
Artem Tkachenko (Eddy)
Alexander Samoilenko (Polkan)
Valery Solovyov (Commandeur)

1970. Southeast Asia. Vietnam is divided and engulfed in a civil war. The Soviet Union, tacitly siding with the North, sends military specialists to the Democratic Republic of Vietnam along with military and technical supplies. Among them were special-purpose units, whose representatives were called "trophy troops".

Bell UH-1D Iroquois

Serial 133 Bell UH-1D Iroquois seen in flight.

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But on the ground, the airframe is a Bell UH-1H :

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McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II (CGI)

Wearing the Tactical Air Command badge on the fin, so United States Air Force F-4 C. But the US Star should be at mid-fuselage, not on the air intake.
So McDonnell Douglas F-4B Phantom II of the U.S. Navy (or of the U.S. Marines ?) ? The unit's badge doesn't suit !
In all cases, the underwing US Star is wrong ...

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