Talk:Behind Enemy Lines

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There is Bell 412 helicopter between two 205´s, not a Twin Huey UH-1N as stated under the picture.

There is F/A-18C on between Vikings and Rhino (Super Hornet)

RenoRacer 07:06, 12 January 2011 (UTC+1)

Nice spot. Are the other ones in the UH-1N section right. I can only see two blades? Bthebest 02:32, 12 January 2011 (MST)


Yes, Your ident is correct but in 2nd last picture, in the valley.. it would be logical that the helo in the middle is a 412, but cant say for sure.

The funny thing is that USMC never used B412 showed in the movie.

They do however use a improoved version of UH-1N, UH-1Y Venom with 4 blades composite rotor (similar to 412).

The Venom is considered as a new a type of aircraft, and is not the one shown in the Behind Enemy Lines.

cheers RenoRacer 05:10, 13 January 2011 (MST)

Yes, well logical it not, in terms of aircraft this movie isn't great on continuity ;). Will leave it for now as can't say definitively. Yeah, I noticed the UH-1Y only really started in flying in 2006.

missing aircrafts

I must confess I'm searching at the atom scale ;-)
The aircraft of the hero is well a F/A-18 F but during the launching we can see in the background older F/A-18 with old intakes (and agin during the briefing of the Rescue team). A glimpse of the launching (and only fuzzy) displays a F-14 with its typical TCS/IR under the radome.
LVCDC 12 november 2012