Corrected entry: In the scene where the reason for the main mission is described, it is said that "Fedayeen thugs have seized what's left of the Iraqi National Mint to run off billions of dollars in unbacked American currency". U.S. currency is a fiat currency system, meaning it is backed by the word of the government to accept it as currency; any falsely printed currency that is identical to official currency would still be "backed" currency in the U.S.
Corrected entry: When the team is at the "U.S. Air Force Base", you can see CF-18's in the background. Canadian Forces Aircraft. This was filmed at 8 Wing Trenton, Ontario Canada. I watched the filming. And the inside shots of the Hercules were taken inside the CC-130 at the Air Museum in Trenton as well.
Corrected entry: The A Team was headed towards the ground in a tank muzzle first, and yet they are able to drive it out of the lake. This scene is removed from some broadcasts as it makes no sense whatsoever.
Corrected entry: During the helicopter chase scene, where the A-Team is about to be shot down by heat seeking missiles, Murdock shuts the helicopter's engine off and the rotor blades immediately come to a dead stop. Actually, there is enough momentum in helicopter rotors that they would actually keep spinning even with loss of power. Helicopters are able to make emergency soft landings without power because the still-spinning rotors provide a slow descent. And then when Murdock started the engine again, the rotors were spinning at full-speed in a matter of seconds. With helicopters, it takes a couple of minutes to accomplish this. Also, even if the engine is off, the heat-seeking missiles would have STILL hit the target because the engine wouldn't lose heat that quickly.
Corrected entry: When carrying out the mission to get the plates, Baracus throws out the driver and is driving the large truck which then enters into the sea. But then miraculously appears inside the container on the back of the lorry which looks to be a massive vault, how could he get in?
Corrected entry: After their adventures in Germany, the team makes their escape via seaplane and stows away on a U. S.-bound cargo ship, telling Lynch that they'll meet him in Los Angeles in two days. It would take more than two days for their ship to cross the Atlantic, go through the Panama Canal, go up the West Coast, and arrive in Los Angeles.mr. mirage
Corrected entry: A C-130 isn't capable of carrying an A1 Abrams tank. It's maximum load is 33t (33000kg), while an A1 Abrams battle tank weighs in at at least 60t (60000kg). And it certainly can't make barrel roles if loaded to it's possible loading capacity.
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