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Tailspin: Behind The Korean Airliner Tragedy KAL007 DVD MP4 USB Drive

Tailspin: Behind The Korean Airliner Tragedy KAL007 DVD MP4 USB Drive
Tailspin: Behind The Korean Airliner Tragedy KAL007 DVD MP4 USB Drive
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A Compelling Dramatization Of What Really Went On Behind The Scenes During The Unfolding Of The September 1, 1983 Shootdown Of The Korean Air Lines Flight 007 Passenger Airliner By The Soviet Union When It Flew Through Their Airspace, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, 1989, 1 Hour 22 Minutes.) #Tailspin #BehindTheKoreanAirlinerTragedy #KoreanAirlinerTragedy #KoreanAirLinesFlight007 #KAL007 #KE007 #LawrenceMcDonald #JohnBirchSociety #JBS #KoreanAirLinesFlight007AlternativeTheories #ConspiracyTheories #AviationIncidents #AviationAccidents #Seoul #SouthKorea #SovietUnion #ColdWar #YuriAndropov #RonaldReagan #GPS #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive

David Darlow

Brian Phelan

Michael Murphy ... Richard Burt
Michael Moriarty ... Maj. Hank Daniels
Chris Sarandon ... John Lenczowski
Harris Yulin ... Gen. Tyson
Otto Jarman ... Clark
Bradley Lavelle ... Jamie
Kieron Jecchinis ... Coles
Matthew Freeman ... Aaron
Andrea Browne ... Operative
James Tillitt ... Operative
Ed O'Ross ... Sgt. Duffy
Debora Weston ... Carol
Colin Bruce ... Dave
Marc Smith ... Mort
Bill Bailey ... Military
Peter Whitman ... Watch Officer
Francine Brody ... Watch Officer
Alex Webb ... Aide
Gavan O'Herlihy ... Sgt. Muller
George Roth ... Capt. Ames
Jay Patterson ... Gene
Shane Rimmer ... Adm. Riley
Nic D'Avirro ... Norman
Weston Gavin ... Vince
Stephen Hoye ... Capt. Beales
Eugene Brell ... Operator
Colin Stinton ... Operator
Thomasine Heiner ... Mrs. Tyson
Mark Burton ... Levin
Rolf Saxon ... Frank
Lee Calder ... Secretary
Angus MacInnes ... Marilees
William Roberts ... Villiger
Vincent Marzello ... Military representative
Brian Greene ... Staff member
Cliff Taylor ... Typist
Keith Edwards ... Officer
Robert Jezek ... Co-pilot
Garrick Hagon ... Anchorman
Jana Shelden ... Jane Leonart
Michael Shannon ... Grover
Joris Stuyck ... Sherman
Tomasz Borkowy ... Maj. Kasmin (as Tomek Bork)
Boris Isarov ... Commander
Alexei Jawdokimov ... Aide
Stephane Cornicard ... Radar operator
Togo Igawa ... Capt. Chun
Takashi Kawahara ... Co-pilot F1.007
Eddie Yeoh ... Co-pilot F1.015
Soon-Tek Oh ... Capt. Park (as Soon-Teck Oh)

The Cold War: On September 1, 1983, Korean Air Lines Flight 007 was shot down by a Russian fighter jet while on route from New York to Seoul, killing all 269 persons on board, including U.S. Congressman Lawrence McDonald of Georgia. The Boeing 747 reportedly strayed 100 miles off course over secret Soviet Russian military installations on the Kamchatka Peninsula and Sakhalin Island. It crashed in the Sea of Japan. Korean Air Lines Flight 007 (also known as KAL007 and KE007) was a scheduled Korean Air Lines flight from New York City to Seoul via Anchorage, Alaska. On 1 September 1983, the South Korean airliner serving the flight was shot down by a Soviet Su-15 interceptor. The Boeing 747 airliner was en route from Anchorage to Seoul, but deviated from its original planned route and flew through Soviet prohibited airspace about the time of a U.S. aerial reconnaissance mission. The Soviet Air Forces treated the unidentified aircraft as an intruding U.S. spy plane, and proceeded to destroy it with air-to-air missiles, after firing warning shots which were likely not seen by the KAL pilots. The Korean airliner eventually crashed in the sea near Moneron Island west of Sakhalin in the Sea of Japan. All 269 passengers and crew aboard were killed, including Lawrence Patton McDonald, cousin of General George S. Patton, a Representative from Georgia in the United States House of Representatives, and the second president of the John Birch Society, a self-described conservative advocacy group supporting anti-communism and limited government that has been described as a radical right and far-right organization. McDonald's radical right anti-communist credentials gave rise to a number of conspiracy theories regarding the airliner shoot-down; the subject of Korean Air Lines Flight 007 Alternative Theories concerns the various and ongoing controversy and theories put forward regarding the shooting down of plane. Many of these are based on the suppression of evidence such as the flight data recorders, unexplained details such as the role of a USAF RC-135 surveillance aircraft nearby the shoot-down, or merely Cold War disinformation and propaganda. The Soviets found the wreckage under the sea on September 15, and found the flight recorders in October, but this information was kept secret until 1993. The Soviet Union initially denied knowledge of the incident, but later admitted shooting down the aircraft, claiming that it was on a MASINT spy mission. The Politburo of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union said it was a deliberate provocation by the United States to probe the Soviet Union's military preparedness, or even to provoke a war. The White House accused the Soviet Union of obstructing search and rescue operations. The Soviet Armed Forces suppressed evidence sought by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) investigation, such as the flight recorders, which were released eight years later, after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The incident was one of the most tense moments of the Cold War and resulted in an escalation of anti-Soviet sentiment, particularly in the United States. As a result of the incident, the United States altered tracking procedures for aircraft departing from Alaska. The interface of the autopilot used on airliners was redesigned to make it more ergonomic. In addition, the incident was one of the most important events that prompted the Reagan administration to allow worldwide access to the United States Global Positioning System (GPS).