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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_content_3'); })A 1984-87 action-adventure program about Stringfellow Hawke, a helicopter pilot whose brother is missing in Vietnam. The concept of the show is that Stringfellow Hawke manages to blackmail the Firm (a thinly veiled branch of the CIA) by failing to return a prototype helicopter that he'd retrieved for them after the chopper's creator, the evil Dr. Moffet, flew it off to Libya.Unusually cordial about this act, the Firm proceeds to hire Stringfellow Hawke as a mercenary to fight against various threats from communists or criminals. Several times, the Firm would attempt to recover Airwolf, despite the fact that they routinely allowed Stringfellow Hawke into sensitive areas to discuss the helicopter's placement. The Soviets tried to do the same, although the discussions tended to be far more forceful.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_content_2'); })After Season 3 ended, the show was radically retooled with Stringfellow Hawke replaced by his brother Saint John Hawke. The sole season after this, which was made for USA Network at a time where cable series literally had No Budget, was mostly composed of (painfully obvious) Stock Footage and ceased to have much of the previous helicopter action that they had once had.The show is well known for its theme music that combined techno with a humming meant to invoke helicopter blades. It also includes some very impressive low-level helicopter flying. Airwolf itself was a Bell 222A helicopter with extensive cosmetic modifications to make it appear to be a futuristic military prototype; the actual aircraft was destroyed after the end of the series in a fatal crash while being used as an air ambulance.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_content_1'); })An comic book anthology based on the show, Airwolf:Airstrikes, was published in 2015.Ernest Borgnine, who played Dominic Santini, passed away in 2012. Jan Michael Vincent, who played Stringfellow Hawke, passed away in 2019.
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Fair Cop
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Fair Cop: Caitlin used to work for the Texas Highway Patrol.
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Anyone Can Die
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Stringfellow Hawke. Almost everyone he's close to dies. There are 4 exceptions to this. 1: Dom. 2: Archangel. 3: Marella. 4: Caitlin. And even Dominic dies eventually, at the start of Season 4. Because Anyone Can Die.
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Gatling Good
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Gatling Good: Averted; Airwolf is equipped with chain guns. Unfortunately "chain gun" is a registered trademark so no reference is made to them past the first episode, preventing them from becoming a trope of their own.
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A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
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A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: Invoked if not actually used. The design concept was a supersonic attack helicopter whose weapons were hidden in pods so it could pass as a fancy executive transport. The flight suits' shoulder patches even featured a Wolf In Sheep's Clothing design.
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ManInWhite
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Man in White: Michael "Archangel" Coldsmith-Briggs, Hawke's contact with the FIRM, who not only wears white suits, but is flown around in a white helicopter and driven in a white limo, and aided by a string of exotic looking female assistants dressed in (wait for it...) white. Lampshaded several times by String and Dom.
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The Sociopath
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The Sociopath: Moffet. The only reason he does anything is for the fun of it, and people tend to die as a result.
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The Rival
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The Rival: In the Season 3 episode, "Airwolf 2", Harlan Jenkins challenges Hawke to a battle with his own copy of Airwolf. The HX-1 is said by Archangel that "pound for pound, she may be even more deadly than Airwolf "
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Ambiguous Situation
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Ambiguous Situation: At the conclusion of the fourth season opener "Blackjack" it is left unclear what happens to Stringfellow after St. John takes him from the hospital. St. John returns to the lair in Airwolf alone telling his friends there was something he had to do, and the matter is quietly dropped.
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Companion Cube
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Companion Cube: Dom Santini treats the titular helicopter this way, referring to it as "Lady" and actually having conversations with it from time to time. Although Airwolf does have a rudimentary A.I. it is not (as far as we know) actually intelligent.
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Failure Is the Only Option
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Failure Is the Only Option: Once Stringfellow finds his brother, he has to return Airwolf to the FIRM...until the 4th season, anyway.
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Literary Allusion Title
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Literary Allusion Title: "Proof Through The Night", a rather clever pun as it involves Airwolf having to carry proof about Soviet chemical weapon testing through the night out of the USSR.
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Easter Egg
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There's the ruins of a cliff dweller city in the Lair. Unfortunately, these ruins seem to be more of Easter Egg than anything else. Still, they could have been used as a base if needed.
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Adjective Noun Fred
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Adjective Noun Fred / Market-Based Title: The Japanese dub is known as "Chou Onsoku Kougeki Helinote "Supersonic Attack Helicopter" Airwolf".
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Bland-Name Product
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Bland-Name Product: One episode shows a package of what is very clearly Red Man chewing tobacco, but with the name on the label changed to "Big Chief."
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Theme Music Power-Up
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Theme Music Power-Up: in some cases, quite literally, the tune being sometimes played as Airwolf's engines are started up.
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No Plans, No Prototype, No Backup
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No Plans, No Prototype, No Backup: Justified because Airwolf is the prototype, Dr. Moffet was the designer - and he destroyed the facility where it was designed and manufactured in the pilot episode just before stealing it and defecting to Lybia. And Hawke killed him while retrieving Airwolf. It's later revealed that Airwolf has it's design plans stored in it's onboard computer.
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Rule of Cool
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Rule of Cool: It is not actually physically possible for a regular chopper to fly that fast. It gets a Hand Wave via dis-engaging blades and separate jet engines, and it even stays consistent; one episode has the system that handles this function damaged, and Dominic freaks out at the idea of going supersonic because the blades will rip off if they're still spinning. The aerial photography even changes to show which mode is in use, with camera trickery making the helicopter and the main rotor itself appear to be going appropriately slow or fast. It's also not possible for some of the missile types to fit inside the ADF pod.
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Instrumental Theme Tune
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Instrumental Theme Tune: The legendary techno track that opens the show is one of the best and most memorable parts. The original from the pilot episode was hybrid synth orchestra.
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Noodle Incident
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Noodle Incident: An earlier project of Dr. Moffet's, codenamed "Proteus". It was mentioned in the pilot episode, and was at least part of the reason why Moffet blew up the Airwolf testing facility - the senator responsible for canceling Project Proteus was present to witness the tests. Only partly a noodle incident; though we never learn anything about Proteus itself, Gabrielle mentions Moffet killed women there in the same way he was doing in Libya, implying Proteus was cancelled because Moffet was discovered to be a serial killer. Which makes the FIRM Too Dumb to Live for trusting him to design Airwolf.
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Doom Magnet
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Doom Magnet: Stringfellow Hawke. Almost everyone he's close to dies. There are 4 exceptions to this. 1: Dom. 2: Archangel. 3: Marella. 4: Caitlin. And even Dominic dies eventually, at the start of Season 4. Because Anyone Can Die. Caitlin develops traces of this as well, considering the number of love interests she's had who have either died or revealed themselves as Evil All Along.
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Guy in Back
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Guy in Back: Dom or Caitlin, but on two occasions, Archangel.
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Faked Rip Van Winkle
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Faked Rip Van Winkle: On Stringfellow, which involves a fake news story about Charles and Diana separating.
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Bittersweet Ending
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Bittersweet Ending: The ending of the pilot episode. Airwolf is recovered, but Gabrielle is dead.
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Mecha-Mooks
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Mecha-Mooks: Thanks in great part to Hawke's flying skills, Airwolf destroys hordes of enemy helicopters in many episodes, frequently with individual components that are superior to Airwolf's. However, as the bumper sticker that clearly belongs on Airwolf's fuselage reads: "Outnumbered? Yes. Outgunned? Maybe. Outclassed? Never."
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Stock Footage
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Stock Footage: The first season didn't use any stock footage, and the later seasons used old shots quite rarely. Thanks to budget cuts, however, the use of recycled footage became truly obnoxious in the fourth season. All of the Mongoose Laser's test targets were recycled from the Airwolf II laser targets. When they set the ADF pod to "sequential fire mode" in the episode "Wildfire", it's really the missile test from Airwolf II. The Redwolf's red nose is noticeable. One Season 4 episode used the same shot of Airwolf lifting off out of the cave and firing its boosters (which itself was used in the season 4 opening titles) no less than three times, and not very far apart from each other, either.
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Post-Mortem Comeback
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Post-Mortem Comeback: The mad creator of Airwolf had a program hidden inside it that nearly caused it to trigger World War III. The creator's been dead for quite a while, yet his revenge wasn't complete.
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Evil All Along
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Caitlin develops traces of this as well, considering the number of love interests she's had who have either died or revealed themselves as Evil All Along.
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Getting Crap Past the Radar
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Getting Crap Past the Radar: Archangel commenting on his aide's "above-average oral dexterity". The Blooper Reel from that episode must have been a hoot.
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Downer Ending
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Downer Ending: A post-series variation of the trope. While many of the aircraft featured on the show are still flying in various roles to this day, the Bell 222A’s used as Airwolf, as well as its on-screen rival, Redwolf (or Airwolf II), suffered sad fates: The flying Airwolf was registration (or “tail number”) 'N 3176 S' (serial number 47085). After Season 3, the aircraft’s external modifications were removed. It was repainted, and sold to a German firm, with the tail number D-HHSD. On June 6, 1992, while being used as an air ambulance and flying in heavy fog and developing thunderstorm, it impacted a mountainside and was destroyed, killing its 3 crewmembers. The non-flying “mock-up”, was tail number N 9988 K (serial number 47001, the first production Bell 222A). This was used for nearly all interior filming as well as some exterior shots when needed during Season 1-3 (Yes, sorry to say - the flying Airwolf never had the rear command center installed), as well as ALL the filming of Season 4 as the production couldn’t afford the flying Airwolf. After the series conclusion, the mock-up was then broken up, and any usable parts sold to other available 222’s. Airwolf’s “evil twin”, Redwolf (or Airwolf II), was tail number N 1074 T (serial number 47015). In April of 1987, while on a post-maintenance flight over Texas, the drive system for the main rotor failed, causing total loss of control. It then impacted the ground, killing 2 crewmembers.
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Brought Down to Badass
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Brought Down to Badass: Under normal circumstances, Airwolf is basically unstoppable and can take out just about any other aircraft there is. In one episode, the team is forced to strip all of the weapons in order to allow for more fuel and passengers (they had to fly all the way into Russia to rescue an outed spy) and even without any weapons at all they still managed to down an armed helicopter, flip two jeeps just by hitting the boosters near them, and outrun four MIG fighters.
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Enemy Scan
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Enemy Scan: Arguably one of the chopper's coolest features.
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Dodge by Braking
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Dodge by Braking: A common combat tactic was to slam open Airwolf's air brakes causing a pursuing aircraft to overshoot. Justified because Airwolf is a helicopter and can come to a dead stop in midair, while conventional aircraft cannot.
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Eyepatch of Power
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Eyepatch of Power: Dark Individual Lens Of Power, as worn by Archangel. He also has a medical eyepatch in parts 1 and 2 and the early parts of part 3.
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Ace Pilot
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Ace Pilot: Stringfellow and almost certainly Dominic qualify.
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Super Prototype
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Super Prototype: Airwolf is a unique prototype helicopter with superior weapons to anything in the air.
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Belly Dancer
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Belly Dancer: In the pilot episode "Shadow of the Hawke", a couple of CIA operatives disguise themselves as dancers in a Libyan nightclub.
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Artificial Intelligence
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Artificial Intelligence: Though not played with much in the series, Airwolf does have a primitive AI system that monitors and constantly optimizes the copter's systems. It also learns from and can assist the pilot in combat situations. These abilities are utilized in "Moffett's Ghost", as Airwolf has to find its own way to Langley and to deal with the situations it's in. These precise situations are not likely to be things Moffett could have predicted or programmed the autopilot to do without such AI, as he had no idea where Airwolf would be or what it would be doing if he were dead or in jail at that point in time.
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Sequel Hook
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Sequel Hook: The Video Will episode listed below ends with one of these, but nothing ever comes of it.
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It Is Pronounced
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It Is Pronounced Tro Pay: "Saint John" is pronounced "Sinjin" by all characters (and the opening narrator from season 1) within all 4 seasons, but is always spelled out as "Saint John" in all the documents, and even in the English subtitles. That's because it's the actual pronunciation.
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Waistcoat of Style
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Waistcoat of Style: Archangel.
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Disney Death
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Disney Death: String is the master of this. Often when it appears he can't outrun a missile, he'll dodge behind a sand dune or blow it up at the last minute, appearing to have been taken out with it. Airwolf then proceeds to fly over a sand dune or around a hill, in front of the badguy, Jason Voorhees-style. In one episode he does this with a B-52 bombing run simulating a nuclear attack. Moffett also does this at the beginning of the pilot episode/movie.
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Coffin Contraband
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Coffin Contraband: In "Half-Pint," an American running a mercy operation to repatriate the bodies of American soldiers from Vietnam is actually using the coffins to smuggle cocaine.
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Weapons Understudies
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Weapons Understudies: Use of a US chopper type - the Hughes 500 Defender- to play Soviet choppers, none of which even look like that. The aircraft frequently identified as MiGs are F-86 Sabres and Hawker Hunters; in all fairness, both look somewhat similar to the MiG-15 and MiG-17, given that they were designed around the same time, and form followed function.
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Opening Narration
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Opening Narration: All episodes of Season One after the pilot opened with a briefing narrated by actor Lance LeGault, explaining Airwolf's purpose and how it was stolen by String.
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Frickin' Laser Beams
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Airwolf II (AKA: Redwolf) has a red nose and underside. And a laser.
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Casino Episode
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Casino Episode: One episode has a mob-run casino seek to expand by muscling out local shops and marginalizing the townsfolk. When corrupt police won't help, More Dakka solves the problem.
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There Is No Kill Like Overkill
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There Is No Kill Like Overkill: This is Hawke's usual operating procedure. He does try to avoid bloodshed when he can, and he gives enemies the chance to surrender whenever possible. But when he shoots, he doesn't just shoot to kill - he makes sure no one is walking away.
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Recycled IN SPACE!
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Recycled In Space: Knight Rider....WITH A HELICOPTER!
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A-Team Firing
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A-Team Firing: Spectacularly averted. When Stringfellow Hawke shoots, he shoots to kill. Also, as stated in Mind Of The Machine, it's nearly impossible to miss a ground target with Airwolf's targeting systems.
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Atrocious Alias
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Atrocious Alias/Awesome Mc Coolname: The unusual combination. "Stringfellow" isn't really the name most people would associate with a badass action hero. But Hawke most certainly is.
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Dirty Communists
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Dirty Communists: Although some episodes go out of their way to have sympathetic Russian characters, most notably in "Proof Through the Night" when a deep-cover American agent was forced to come home... and the very Russian family he now had thanks to the length of his cover was forced with him. In a rather notable subversion in that same episode, especially considering the period in which the episode was written, the spy's family aren't thrilled to getting on Airwolf to begin a new life in the land of hot dogs and apple pie. They are all proud Russians and they don't take the news that the man they thought was a friend and family member is an American spy well, with both his daughter and his brother-in-law outright considering him a traitor. Yet they are portrayed mostly sympathetically.
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Weaponized Exhaust
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Weaponized Exhaust: In "Proof Through the Night", String uses the jet wash and turbulence from going supersonic to send a Soviet light chopper into a fatal spin. He also uses his jet wash to blow a truck on its side.
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Future Copter
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Future Copter: Airwolf's specs are absurdly advanced for a helicopter with a maximum cruising speed over twice that the fastest real helicopter and capable of using afterburners to reach Mach 2 with physics defying manouverability and an insane weapons loudout.
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Code Name
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Code Name: "Archangel," real name Michael Coldsmith-Briggs III.* Seasons after the first treated the code as his real last name.
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Red Scare
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Red Scare: The main villains.
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Black Helicopter
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Black Helicopter: It's black for a start,note Well, technically it's a dark charcoal gray, with a white underside designed to be a "wolf in sheep's clothing" as the flight suit badge references.
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Retool
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Retool: Season 4 was made for USA Network that brought in a major revision of the show. All of the "flying" scenes consisted of either recycled footage from previous seasons, or use of an RC copter due to having almost No Budget.
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Too Dumb to Live
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Too Dumb to Live: The Sheriff in "Sweet Britches" stands out. The Dirty Cop in that episode is overflown by an armed helicopter that blows out his windows, destroys two trucks and threatens to continue unless he releases his hostage. Mind you, he was facing life in prison or death row, but he would've at least had a chance to get away. While his cohorts had the sense to run out the back, he just keeps shooting and tries to kill his escaped hostage.
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The Ace
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The Ace: At first, it's claimed that Stringfellow is among the handful of people in the world, if not the only one, who can successfully fly Airwolf into combat, due to the fact The Lady is such an experimentally high-performance aircraft, capable of going into rotor-free "Turbo mode". After joining the cast, flying prodigy Caitlin acquires the necessary skill-set through observing him. Dom flies Airwolf as well, even going into turbo mode on a few occasions in the second and third seasons, but he never engages in combat while doing this.
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Good Colors, Evil Colors
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Good Colors, Evil Colors: All Firm agents wear white suits, though this may be more attributable to Archangel's preferences, since his own superiors wear perfectly ordinary business outfits. The one subordinate seen wearing a normal business suit turns out to be trying to steal Airwolf.
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Affirmative Action Girl
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Affirmative Action Girl: Caitlin joins the guys in the second season.
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And Starring
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And Starring: "With" Alex Cord "And" Ernest Borgnine as Dominic Santini.
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Gunship Rescue
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Gunship Rescue: Airwolf has a tendency to pull these off.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: "Stringfellow" was likely named after John Stringfellow, who built a steam-powered flying machine and achieved the first powered flight in 1848. The name of his partner, Dominic Santini, is likely a reference to the novel (and later film) The Great Santini, about a military aviator.
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Just Plane Wrong
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Just Plane Wrong: See that page for all the examples of "this would never work with a real aircraft", as well as "That's not an F-16! That's an F-4!" or "That's not a Mirage! That's a Hawker Hunter!".
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Roaring Rampage of Revenge
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Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Hawk does this full-on after Gabrielle dies due to Moffett’s torture of her. He plows through numerous Libyan tanks, aircraft, and surface-to-air missiles, then finally comes to a tense stand-off with Moffett, all while stoically not saying a word. Before Moffett can use his pistol in a near-miraculous, last-ditch attempt to bring down Airwolf, note Moffett had explained to a Lybian officer earlier in the episode Airwolf’s "weak point": a single bullet into the mid-air refueling intake. Hawke unloads Airwolf’s ENTIRE remaining missile cache on him...even continuing to pull the trigger switch after all are depleted. Dom finally breaks Hawke out of his daze...
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Hunting the Most Dangerous Game
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Hunting the Most Dangerous Game: The episode "Sweet Britches" involves the African Hunt Club Ranch, a safari club where customers can pay to hunt wild game from Africa, and occasionally prisoners from the local county jail.
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Life Imitates Art
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Life Imitates Art: A 1984 episode was entitled "Flight 093 Is Missing".
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Hypocrite
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Hypocrite: In the episode "Santini's Millions," Dom ends up on the board of directors of a major corporation (it makes sense in context) and ends up derailing his first board meeting when he realizes the company is charging the U.S. Air Force $16,000 a piece for aircraft sensors that he himself recently bought for Santini Air for $160, and he yells at them for ripping off the American taxpayers. Three episodes later, in "Severance Pay" Dom reveals that he's charging the Firm $4,000 for repairs to Airwolf despite having fixed it himself with parts from a coffee percolator. (The Firm does receive government funding, also, so this is also ripping off the taxpayers.) Sure, the amount is far less, but Dom is still doing the same thing he previously complained about other people doing.
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Elaborate Underground Base
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Elaborate Underground Base: Although there's not much in there, it's inside an extinct volcano and Airwolf takes off through the top. There's the ruins of a cliff dweller city in the Lair. Unfortunately, these ruins seem to be more of Easter Egg than anything else. Still, they could have been used as a base if needed.
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Translation Convention
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Translation Convention: Largely averted.
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In Space, Everyone Can See Your Face
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In Space, Everyone Can See Your Face: Airwolf doesn't go into space, but the crew's helmets have dark visors that can be sealed in case of pressure loss, but are normally open to allow the actor's eyes to be seen, though the helmets do cover the actors' lower faces like a conventional aircraft flight helmet.
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Grand Theft Prototype
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Grand Theft Prototype: Airwolf was stolen during the prototype stage.
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Cloak & Dagger
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Cloak & Dagger: The Firm is a fictional spy agency.
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Redemption Equals Death
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Redemption Equals Death: In "Once A Hero", Wallace reveals that he was responsible for betraying his fellow POWs by giving their escape plans to a prison-camp guard during the Vietnam War (albeit under extreme duress). When the team is ambushed by Laotian troops manning a hidden machinegun nest, he sacrifices himself by jumping into the machinegun nest with a live grenade while the enemy troops are reloading - and by taking out the enemy machinegunners, he's able to let the rest of the team escape with the prisoners they've rescued.
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Evil Twin
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Evil Twin: Airwolf II (AKA: Redwolf) has a red nose and underside. And a laser. The digital Airwolf from "Mind of the Machine". The Scorpion (AKA Airwolf III) in season 4. Recycled footage of Airwolf II
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Suspiciously Similar Substitute
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Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Saint John Hawke, a replacement for Stringfellow.
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No-Gear Level
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No-Gear Level: In "Proof Through the Night", String is forced to leave Airwolf's weapons behind in order to have enough fuel and lift to carry passengers out of Russia. He's thus forced to be creative when Soviet troops show up. See Weaponized Exhaust below.
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Number Two
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Number Two: Marella seems to be this for Archangel.
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 Airwolf
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Suicide by Cop / int_df6c9f95
 Super Bowl
seeAlso
Airwolf
 Airwolf
hasFeature
Super Title 64 Advance / int_df6c9f95
 Superior Firepower Other
seeAlso
Airwolf
 Superior Firepower: Other Naval Nukes
seeAlso
Airwolf
 Airwolf
hasFeature
Surprise Vehicle / int_df6c9f95
 Airwolf
hasFeature
Tested on Humans / int_df6c9f95
 Airwolf
hasFeature
The End... Or Is It? / int_df6c9f95
 Airwolf
hasFeature
The Foreign Subtitle / int_df6c9f95
 Airwolf
hasFeature
The Rain Man / int_df6c9f95
 The Vietnam War
seeAlso
Airwolf
 Airwolf
hasFeature
The Vietnam War / int_21771132
 Airwolf
hasFeature
Theme Music Power-Up / int_df6c9f95
 Airwolf
hasFeature
This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman / int_df6c9f95
 Airwolf
hasFeature
Upgrade vs. Prototype Fight / int_df6c9f95
 Airwolf
hasFeature
Vehicle Title / int_df6c9f95
 Airwolf
hasFeature
Video Wills / int_df6c9f95
 Airwolf
hasFeature
Volcano Lair / int_df6c9f95
 Airwolf
hasFeature
Waistcoat of Style / int_df6c9f95
 Airwolf
hasFeature
Was It All a Lie? / int_df6c9f95
 Airwolf
hasFeature
Weaponized Exhaust / int_df6c9f95
 Airwolf
hasFeature
Weapons Understudies / int_df6c9f95
 AirWolf
sameAs
Airwolf
 Airwolf
hasFeature
Emergency Impersonation / int_df6c9f95