Operation Rogue

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Roger Corman's Operation Rogue DVD cover.

DVD Movie (2014)
Also Known As : Roger Corman's Operation Rogue
French title : Opération coup de poing

Mark Dacascos (Captain Max Randall)
Sofia Pernas (Jenna Wallace)
Treat Williams (General Hank Wallace)
Joe Suba (Lieutenant Barnes)

(Synopsis needed)

Boeing 747-4J6 & Airbus A340-642

Same footage used in The Interview (2014) but here still in the original colors of Air China title.
Reg. B-2443 Boeing 747-4J6 c/n 25881 landing in front of an Airbus A340-642 of China Eastern Airlines.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

OpRogue Airchina747.jpg

OpRogue A340.jpg

McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet

OpRogue CVN-04209.jpg

Funny ! Just before attacking, the Hornets are seen with their hook extended (like during an airshow flypast or the final approach course !).

OpRogue Flypast.jpg

Bell Huey

Of course, the exploding Seahawk is not really a Seahawk ...

OpRogue Huey.jpg

Sikorsky SH-60 Seahawk

OpRogue SeaHawk.jpg

OpRogue SeaHawk SH-60.jpg

Sikorsky SH-60 assigned to the "Easy Riders" of Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (Light) (HSL) 37 (U.S. Navy).

OpRogue SeaHawk SH-60 HSL-37.jpg

Helicopter #66 is clearly identified when commando is dropped.

OpRogue SH-60 66.jpg

Lockheed S-3 Viking

Only seen on the deck, in the background.

OpRogue Viking.jpg

Northrop Grumman E-2C Hawkeye

Just a glimpse on this shot. Among many F/A-18 Hornets (and some Vikings), the Hawkeye is easy to identify (thanks its wings folded and its rotodome). But with a careful watch, our readers could identify another one near the castel.

OpRogue Hawkeye.jpg

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