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|Directed by||Mark Griffiths|
|Produced by||Jack L. Warner|
|Written by||David Goldenr|
|Music by||Arthur Kempel|
|Cinematography||Blake T. Evans|
|Edited by||Barry Zetlin|
Colonel Lee 'Tiger' Banning (Robert Patrick) and Captain John "Doc" Holiday (Rutger Hauer) are fighter pilots who got involved in a deadly shootout in the Iraqi no-fly zone in 1990. Doc intended on shooting down a commercial airliner, when Lee shoots Doc down.
Doc was captured, and Lee covered up his actions by reporting that Doc was shot down by an Iraqi Air Force fighter and Lee's missing missile was shot at the Iraqis but missed its target.
After Doc's release, the two men are assigned to NATO duty during the Bosnian War, but as the now famed Lee discovers, Doc blames him for his imprisonment and the destruction of his career, intending to destroy Lee's life.
Meanwhile, Lee's pregnant wife Jennifer goes to a replacement Doctor Liebermann, who is Doc in disguise.
An Air Force psychiatrist, Dr. Baxter, is assigned to Doc. Lee raises concerns about Doc's mental stability.
Doc continues to haunt Lee. He also disabled Lee's missiles during a crucial flight into enemy territory, causing the loss of a ground-attack aircraft. The two men have a fight, after which a distraught Lee came home and told his wife the truth.
Doc meanwhile strangles Baxter and kills Jennifer's bodyguard while she is at home, in an attempt to kill the Bannings. The Bannings escape on Lee's Jeep CJ and is chased by Doc in a T-72 tank, which Lee destroys using a RPG. However, Doc survives and joins Lee's combat flight the next day, disguised as Lee's wingman. He attacks Lee in the air and Jennifer in the NATO HQ. However, they both survived and Doc is successfully downed by Lee. In the final scene, Lee holds their newborn baby, General, while Jennifer takes a picture.
- Rutger Hauer as Capt. John 'Doc' Holiday
- Robert Patrick as Col. Lee Banning
- Isabel Glasser as Jennifer Banning
- Dey Young as Dr. Baxter
- Ken Howard as General Horace White
- Barry Zetlin as AWACS Controller
- Harri James as Enlisted Woman
- Tam Logan as Lt. Conklin
- Wendy Benson-Landes as Maureen (credited as Wendy Benson)
- Frank Moran as Irish Setter
- Bruce Anderson as Lt. Roberts
- Michael W. Mitchell as Hawk (credited as Mike Mitchell)
- David Kadas as Dutchman
- John Nadler as Scout
- Richard Langan as Cougar
- Sándor Téri as Market Clerk (credited as Sandor Teri)
- Billy Royale as Chopper Pilot #1
- Richard Boehm as Chopper Pilot #2
- Nick Liebeskind as Chopper Pilot #3
- Joseph Darren as Controller
- Matthew Rutson Cooney as Flashback Controller (credited as Matthew Cooney)
- Péter Katona as Sergeant Thomas (credited as Peter Katona)
- László Áron as R. Kravchek (credited as Laszlo Aron)
- Barna Illyés as Airliner Pilot
- Kitty Kéri as Airliner Stewardess (credited as Kitty Kery)
- Zoltán Karácsonyi as Sleepy Soldier (credited as Zoltan Karacsonyi)
- Csaba Pindroch as SAM Targeting Soldier
- Scott Bixler as Jack Tyson
- Jim W. Barnett as Young Sergeant (credited as Jim W. Barhett)
- Lukács Bicskey as Charles Mason (credited as Lukacs Bicskey)
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