Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection

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Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection movie poster.

Movie (1990)

Chuck Norris (Col. Scott McCoy)
Billy Drago (Ramon Cota)
John P. Ryan (Gen. Taylor)
Richard Jaeckel (DEA Agent John Page)
Begonya Plaza (Quiquina Esquintla)
Mark Margolis (Gen. Olmedo)

Sequel to The Delta Force. Scott McCoy and the Delta Force must rescue DEA agents held hostage in San Carlos by the forces of the ruthless drug lord Ramon Cota.

Also from this series:

The Delta Force

Learjet 25

Cota's private jet in which he arrives in San Carlos. Unidentified registration: RR-C400. Might be RP-C400, a Learjet 25D with c/n 25-289.


Boeing 707-139B

Registration N778PA, c/n 17903/108 built in 1960. Flew for several airlines, including Olympic Airways, Aer Lingus, Saudia, Turkish Airlines, and Pan American World Airways. Last operator was MAOF Airlines, an Israeli charter company, who retired the aircraft in December 1984. For filming, the aircraft retained the MOAF livery but its titles were repainted as the fictional American Travelways Airlines. Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.
Cota is kidnapped from this plane in midair by McCoy and Chavez. The shot of the plane taking off is stock footage from the first film.


Lockheed C-130E Hercules

McCoy parachutes into San Carlos from this plane.


Lockheed C-130B Hercules

Used in San Carlos as a base of operations by the Delta Force.


Aérospatiale SA 360 Dauphin

The Delta Force's helicopter.


Hughes AH-6 Little Bird (Model 369)

General Olmedo's helicopter. False Registration SC 5172 (the "SC" is for the fictional San Carlos).


Bell UH-1 Iroquois

Seen taking off from Olmedo's airfield.


Unidentified Aircraft

This plane is used as decoration above the gates of Cota's mansion. It gets destroyed during the Delta Force's attack. False (?) Registration CM1215.

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