The A-Team (film)

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Promotional poster for The A-Team.

Movie (2010)

Liam Neeson (John "Hannibal" Smith)
Bradley Cooper (Templeton "Face" Peck)
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson (Bosco Albert "B.A." Baracus)
Sharlto Copley (H.M. "Howling Mad" Murdock)
Jeeica Biel (Charissa Sosa)
Patrick Wilson (Agent Vance Burress "Agent Lynch")

The A-Team are sent on another covert mission but find theselves in the middle of a much larger plot. When the military dismiss the A-Team for an unauthorised mission, they take it into their own hands to complete the mission and find the traitors.

Eurocopter AS355

Heavily armed version used by the Mexican gangs/police.

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Both the AS355 and the Bell 205 seen here.

Bell 205

Fake registration XA638. Murdock really puts this old craft through its paces.

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Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor

Bit more than a show of force.


Bell 407

Transport helicopter. Two different examples seen, identified by markings. Supposedly of U.S. Army

'ARH' markings are meant to represent the aircraft as an ARH-70 Arapaho, the cancelled military version of the 407.
No markings.

Sikorksy UH-60 Blackhawk

Bell UH-1 on the left also.
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Boeing CH-46 Sea Knight

Top right corner.


Bell-Boeing MV-22B

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Bell UH-1 Iroquois

See in the background in various shots.

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Lockheed CC-130 Hercules

Modex OH-597 does not match any actual aircraft. Markings identify it as a USMC aircraft, which would make it a KC-130T, except there are no hose pods on the wing. Also goes past Canadian Armed Forces CF-188 Hornets. Most likely, considering the action sequence, a CGI aircraft.

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Boeing CF-188 Hornet

Lots of Hornets lined up. Registrations appear fake. These are actually CF-188 Hornets of the Canadian Armed Forces.

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General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper

Assigned to bring down the C-130 in which the A-Team escape.

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MD Helicopters MD 500

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Lockheed AC-130


Eurocopter EC120 Colibri

False registration D-VXF7.

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Bell CH-146 Griffon

On the ground below the EC120.

Martin JRM-3 Mars

Very rare plane - only 2 left. This is C-FLYL, serial 9267 - Hawaii Mars II.

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