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Iron Man
Iron Man Thanks
(2008)
True Lies
True Lies Miscellaneous Crew
(1994)
Tomorrow Never Dies
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(1997)

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 2011 Fort McCoy (military assistant)
 2009 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (u.s. department of defence)
 2009/I The Messenger (military assistant: special assistant for entertainment media, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs - as Philip Strub)
 2008 Iron Man (liaison: US Department of Defense)
 2005 Surface (TV Series) (department of defense - 1 episode)
- Episode #1.1 (2005) ... (department of defense - as Philip Strub)
 2002 Windtalkers (liaison: Department of Defense - as Philip Strub)
 2000 Rules of Engagement (production consultant - as Phil Strub)
 1997 Tomorrow Never Dies (u.s. department of defence - as Philip Strub)
 1996 Executive Decision (military advisor)
 1994 True Lies (liaison: Department of Defense)
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Philip M. Strub Dept. of Defense Liason | Dept. of Defense Public Affairs Philip Strub | Philip Strub | Phil Strub
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[on the prevalent portrayal of military personnel in many Hollywood war movies]There are these enduring stereotypes - Jungian archetypes - and they often show up in uniform in movies and TV shows. One of the things that comes up all the time is [that]to be a hero you have to defy the rules of your organization because they're no good. And you also have to do it as a loner. Going on your own and ... See more »

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