When a Marine Colonel orders his men to massacre a village they were sent to rescue some hostages but when they found them dead they decide to get some payback. Upon returning to the States the Colonel would be court-martialed and made a plea agreement wherein all the blame is on him and his men would be discharged and receive any benefits they're entitled. But the General presiding over his trial chooses not to agree to the agreement and throws the book at the Colonel and has his men dishonorably discharged thus eliminating all their benefits. When the Colonel is being transported, his men bust him out. Sometime later the General has been appointed to an important government position he boards a plane to go on his latest assignment. The Colonel and his men are also on the plane. They takeover the plane. When the tower learns of the deviation a government man arrives and upon learning of the Colonel's presence on the plane sends a team to get on board the plane while in flight. When ... Written by
Altitude Gets Attitude
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Besides the fact that the stewardess fires an Uzi toward a cockpit (and all the other gunfire that occurs on the plane) without compromising the pressure hull or damaging any cockpit equipment, she starts out firing 2 or 3 shots in single shot mode and then lets off an automatic burst without switching to full auto. As they show the bullet holes appearing in the terrorist and he crumples, a few rounds of the burst continue after he has fallen, and she is still firing directly into the cockpit, but nothing happens to the cockpit windows or instruments. See more