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Firefox movie poster.

Movie (1982)

Starring:
Clint Eastwood (Mitchell Gant)
Freddie Jones (Kenneth Aubrey)
David Huffman (Captain Buckholz)
Warren Clarke (Pavel Upenskoy)
Ronald Lacey (Semelovsky)
Kenneth Colley (Colonel Kontarsky)


Firefox is based on the novel by the same name by Craig Thomas. The main aircraft in this movie is a fictional MiG-31, code name "Firefox". The cockpit scenes used for the MiG were shots from a F4 Phantom and a T-38 Talon.

Sud-Aviation SA 341G Gazelle (Modified)

Close-up on the crew of the 'Hind' used in fact the Blue Thunder cockpit. Look at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft page, helicopter section.

Mig-31 Firefox

Firefox Mig-31.JPG
Firefox Mig-31 flying.JPG
Firefox Mig-31 refueling.JPG


North American T-6 Texan

Firefox T-6.JPG


Northrop T-38 Talon

Firefox T-38.JPG
T-38 or F-5F


Northrop F-5 Freedom Fighter

Firefox F-4 and F-5.JPG


Sikorsky HH-53 Super Jolly Green Giant

Firefox CH-53.JPG
Firefox CH-53 b.JPG

McDonnell Douglas F-4 C Phantom II

Firefox F-4.JPG


Republic F-105D Thunderchief

Firefox F-105.JPG


General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark

Firefox F-111.JPG


Mil Mi-24 Hind

A radio control model with the general lines of the Hind.
A false Hind A (a modified Bell 222 RC model) taking off from the BELKNAP-class of guided missile cruisers.

Boeing 727

A Boeing B727 is playing the Tu-154; close-up shows aircraft's body with red 'Aeroflot'.

Firefox B727.JPG


Tupolev Tu-16

A CGI plane.


russian refueler

General aspect of a Il-18 but with a upper wing.

Lavochkin S-75 Dvina

NATO code name : SA-2 Guideline.
From a Vietnam war footage.

Lavochkin S-75 Dvina (NATO code name : SA-2 Guideline).

various aeronautical equipment : air to air missile

The Firefox has several missiles of general appearence of AA-6 Acrid but neverless fictionnal (the forward control fins are slighty different).

Firefox fictionnal missile.JPG


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