Soviet paratroopers drop into Alaska to sabotage the oil pipeline in retaliation against a United States grain embargo. A skirmish occurs at a pumping station, lightly defended by Col. Jake Caffey and a National Guard reckon unit. A stalemate ensues while the possibility of World War III hangs in the balance. The danger escalates as the Russian leaders and the American President play a cat-and-mouse game. Written by
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was cast as Soviet Premier Gorny because he spoke fluent Russian. See more
In the opening scene where the 2 Air Force sergeants are watching the radar scope, they are wearing the blue name tapes on their fatigues with subdued stripes. They should have subdued name tapes on their uniforms and an Alaskan Air Command patch on the right shirt pocket. See more
Col. Alexander Vorashin
I would like to think there is still some meaning to all this.
Maj. Nicolai Saamaretz
A soldier doesn't ask for meaning, Comrade. He asks for information and further instructions. That is what we will get.