The Libyan desert, 1992. Russian Colonel Sergei Valentin, a test pilot for the Russian Army, is running the new Mi-41 attack helicopter, NATO code-named "Hellhound" though its desert trials. But a conspiracy of astronomical proportions will interfere when the Hellhound is stolen by Col. Khalid al Kabar, a veteran Mi-24 Hind pilot of the Iraqi Army and his commando team. The target for Khalid, with the high tech computer assisted aircraft with horrendous weapons systems, is the San Onofre nuclear owed plant in southern California. When the plot is finally discovered, and action must be taken to stop Khalid, the task falls to burnt-out LAPD police helicopter pilot Jack Walker, himself a combat tested Vietnam war AH-1 Cobra gunship pilot, and a handful of talented friends, to stop Khalid and the Hellhound from accomplishing a terrorist attack that could cost thousands of lives. (Inset photo: Craig Roberts, former police helicopter pilot for the Tulsa, Oklahoma Police Department).
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