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A ship captained by the father (Dale Dye) of the leader (Michael McGrady) of Delta Force is taken hostage by terrorists. As might be expected the force is sent in to stop them.

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John Simon Jones ...
Vickers (as Simon Jones)
Robert Patteri ...
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Flint Lukash
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Captain Halsey Lang
Greg Melvill-Smith ...
Sergei
Robert Whitehead ...
Mikhail
James Whyle ...
Helicopter Pilot 1 (Begley)
Terence Reis ...
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Michael Brunner ...
Captain Anatoly Lazarev
Brian O'Shaughnessy ...
Admiral Norman Henshaw
Danny Keogh ...
Tuck
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A ship captained by the father (Dale Dye) of the leader (Michael McGrady) of Delta Force is taken hostage by terrorists. As might be expected the force is sent in to stop them. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Twice the Action, Twice The Adventure, Twice The Excitement.

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Action | Thriller

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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10 April 1998 (USA)  »

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Delta Force: Terror az óceánon  »

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Followed by Operation Delta Force 3: Clear Target (1998) See more »

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15 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

As a lover of everything who has something to do with action, guns, explosions and all of that stuff, this movie was a perfect way to spend my time. This movie has it all. It starts right off in the opening scene, where our friends and heroes from the Delta Force completely outmanouvers the enemy. Not just that, but the scene is very good when it comes to action, special effects, action, explosions, action, tensity, and action. There's nothing better than the US army showing the scum of the world how things are done. The movie continues in the same style all the way through, and it also has a lot of variety. For example, we get some interesting things happening on board a sub, in addition to an attack on a Russian naval base. This movie kicks a** 110 %!


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