When Chappy Sinclair is saddled with a bunch of misfits and delinquents for his flight school, he turns to his protégé Doug Masters to assist him in sharpening them for an important competition. During their training, they stumble upon a group of subversive U.S. Air Force officers who are dealing in toxic waste as a sideline.
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When an evil conspiracy is uncovered, only one man can prevent mass destruction.
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Motion Picture Rating
Rated PG-13 for military violence, brief strong language and some drug references
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Did You Know?
The airplanes used in the film are: North American T-6 Texan, General Dynamics F-16A Netz, Lockheed C-130E Hercules, Bell 206L-1 LongRanger, McDonnell Douglas F-4 Kurnass, Piper PA-11 Cub Special, Waco Classic Aircraft YMF-5C, Boeing-Stearman Model 75, Bell 206 JetRanger (seen in the background), Northrop F-5E Tiger II (seen in the background), Percival P.66 Pembroke C.51, Convair C-131H Samaritan, Cessna 152 (seen at the airfield), and Beechcraft 35-33 Debonair (seen at the airfield), See more
Doug Masters is killed at the very beginning of Iron Eagle II. That means this movie completely ignores his death. This film acknowledges the scene of part two, but instead of Doug dying he ejects from his jet and is captured by the Soviets. See more
Charles 'Chappy' Sinclair
[delivering his speech to Doug on the tape recorder during the final dogfight
Hey, Doug. Hope you're not too angry or too busy to listen now. If I had known you were alive, nothing in the world could have stopped me from getting you out. All reports said you were dead. If I didn't look farther, it was because it hurt so much to look it all. You know, I remember when you first came to me with your hair-brained scheme to rescue your father. You were a boy with a boy's contempt for the impossible....
Follows Iron Eagle II