Le chant du loup

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Le chant du loup movie poster.

Movie (20 February 2019)
English title : The Wolf's Call

Starring:
François Civil (Chanteraide, sonar operator, oreille d'or)
Mathieu Kassovitz (Admiral, chief of Force Océanique Stratégique (ALFOST) / (French) Strategic Ocean Force)
Omar Sy (D'Orsi, Commanding Officer of French nuclear attack submarine Le Titane)
Reda Kateb (Grandchamp, Commanding Officer of French ballistic missile submarine L'Effroyable)

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Unidentified Aircraft

Leaving the Syrian shore, probably a Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23.

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CAIC Z-10 (modified)

A digitally modified CAIC Z-10 acting the Hunter. Tail rotor is on the wrong side and should be vertical; horizontal stabilo shouldn't be forward swept; most notably differences are the engine's exhaust and lack of the forward optronic turret.
Given to takeoff from an Iranian fregate and wearing the right roundel !

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Aérospatiale SA 321G Super Frelon

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Seen blurred in the background when D'Orsi is driving inside Naval Base of Brest, porte de Tourville. This is the preserved Aérospatiale SA 321G Super Frelon number 134 which soldiered on from 1969 to 2009. On display there since 2012.

Aérospatiale SA 316B Alouette III

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Seen in the far distance, flying alongside the two submarine starting their mission. At the end, maybe seen again if not a Westland Lynx when the submarine is coming back at the deck.

NHIndustries NH90 NFH Caïman

Anonymous NH90 Caïman of Aéronautique Navale (French Fleet Air Arm).

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