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Green Lantern movie poster.

Movie (2011)

Starring:
Ryan Reynolds (Hal Jordan / Green Lantern)
Blake Lively (Carol Ferris)
Peter Sarsgaard (Dr. Hector Hammond)
Mark Strong (Thaal Sinestro)


Hal Jordan is a test pilot. He proves that the new X-97 could be defeated but at a too high price. Fired, he's the witness of the crash of an extra-terrestrial vessel. The pilot dies in his arm wothout telling Hal his secret. But quickly, the ring recieved from the alien pilot changes his behavior.

Bell UH-1 Iroquois

A "B" variant in the background and "C" just behind Ryan Reynolds (acting as Hal Jordan / Green Lantern)

GreenL UH-1D 1h31m23.jpg
Bell UH-1C Iroquois

Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II

GreenL F-35 0h09m12.jpg
GreenL F-35 0h10m42.jpg

Fictionous Ferris X-97 UCAV

GreenL X-97 0h12m02.jpg

McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II

Registration NX749CF (N749CF), c/n 1813, military serial 65-0749 built in 1965. Belongs to the Collings Foundation.

GreenL F-4 0h13m00.jpg

Douglas TA-4J Skyhawk

With a Bell helicopter on the left.

Douglas TA-4J Skyhawk, BuNo 153524, of the Collings Foundation.

Fictionous YF-32

Boeing has designed a contender to the F-35 which first flew as X-32 in 2000. This plane has nothing in common with the fictionous test plane seen in the movie.
A size 1:1 mockup has been built from a Northrop F-5 (landing gear and nose/cockpit), the wing being lift up over the jet intake. The rear looks like the Northrop YF-23, unsuccessful competitor of the F-22.

GreenL YF-32 0h13m29.jpg
GreenL YF-32 0h13m38.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

Two unidentified helicopters.

0h23m46.jpg

Stinson Reliant SR-10J

Registration N18498, a Stinson Reliant SR-10J (c/n 3-5813) built in 1938. Seen mostly fuzzy in the background.

GreenL OldTimer 1h00m33.jpg
GreenL OldTimer 1h04m13.jpg
GreenL OldTimer-NC18498 1h04m59.jpg

North American T-6 Texan

GreenL T-6 1h01m36.jpg
GreenL T-6 1h05m03.jpg

Eurocopter EC120 Colibri

Registration N481FA is probably false.

GreenL EC120 1h00m11.jpg
GreenL EC120 1h00m15.jpg
GreenL EC120-N481FA 1h04m31.jpg

Aero L-39 Albatros

GreenL L-39 1h34m30.jpg

General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon & Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor

F-16 over F-22.

McDonnell Douglas F-15C Eagle & Lockheed F-117 'Remora'

F-15 upper F-117. In the foreground, a desk model of the Ferris X-97 UCAV.

Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor

0h19m30.jpg

Lockheed F-104 Starfighter acting as the X-1 ?

0h19m42.jpg

Various Aircraft in the Hangar

Bell UH-1 in the foreground, the EC120 behind the rotor, then two L-39 and one UH-1B/C.

GreenL various 0h09m19.jpg

Northrop T-38 Talon

A newpaper's article displays a picture of Carol in front of a Northrop T-38 Talon.

GreenL T-38 CIMG5140.jpg


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