Rules of Engagement

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Theatrical release poster for Rules of Engagement.

Movie (2000)

Tommy Lee Jones (Col. Hayes "Hodge" Hodges II)
Samuel L. Jackson (Col. Terry L. Childers)
Guy Pearce (Maj. Mark Biggs)
Ben Kingsley (Ambassador Mourain)
Bruce Greenwood (Bill Sokal, NSA)

When support/rescue mission to the U.S. Embassy in Yemen doesn't go to plan and and the nations fragile position in the Middle East is threatened, the Government decides to make the Colonel in charge of the mission take the fall. He however will not give up his freedom, reputation and honour without a fight and calls his best friend to defend him.

Various Aircraft

Described as the USS Wake Island, but is actually the USS Tarawa (LHA-1).
Left to right: Sikorsky CH-53 Super Stallion, Boeing Vertol CH-46E Sea Knight, Bell AH-1W SuperCobra and Bell UH-1N Iroquois.


Boeing Vertol CH-46E Sea Knight

Seen on the deck and taking off.

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Bell UH-1N Iroquois

UH-1N from HMLA-367. Also seen on deck.


Bell 205

The UH-1N seen previously has now transformed into a single engined Bell 205. Most likely not an actual military aircraft, but hired for film.

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Boeing 234

The CH-46Es have now transformed into Boeing Chinooks. Despite having clear 'Marine' markings, the USMC never operated the CH-47 so this must be a civilian Boeing 234.

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