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L'intervention movie poster.

Movie (2019)
French title : 15 Minutes of War
Japanese title : 15ミニッツ・ウォー

Alban Lenoir (Captain André Gerval)
Olga Kurylenko (Jane Andersen, the teacher)
Michaël Abiteboul (Georges Campère)
Sébastien Lalanne (Pierre Cazeneuve)

In February 1976 in Djibouti, a school bus was taken hostage at the Somali border and was stopped in the no man's land at Loyada.

Aircraft seen during the Credit

Dassault Etendard IV

Dassault Etendard IV maybe s/n 21.

Airbus A300B

Airbus A300B of Air France.

Boeing 747

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Lockheed KC-130H Hercules

Lockheed KC-130H Hercules of Adwas ujenna ageldan (Royal Moroccan Air Force) wearing code OR (registration CN-AOR), c/n 382-4907.
In 1976, a direct flight was done straight from Paris (probably with a Douglas DC-8 of Escadron de transport 3/60 Esterel), so the Boeing 747 and Lockheed C-130 are fictitious like many others details of this story.

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Reg. CN-AOE is another Lockheed C-130H Hercules (c/n 382-4581) of the Royal Moroccan Air Force despite a French flag to try make sense (but the first C-130 Hercules was bought by France in 1988).

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Beechcraft B100 King Air

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