Airwolf is an American television series that ran from 1984 until 1987. This high-tech military helicopter, code named Airwolf, and its crew undertook various missions, many involving espionage, with a Cold War theme. The flying Airwolf helicopter was actually a Bell 222, serial number 47085, sometimes unofficially called a Bell 222A. Airwolf is sometimes referred to in-show as "The Lady" by Santini and Hawke. - Wikipedia.com
Jan-Michael Vincent stars as Stringfellow Hawke, a reclusive renegade pilot who's assigned to top-secret missions for the CIA by the mysterious Archangel (Alex Cord). Hawke's weapon of choice is the high-tech battle helicopter of the future, Airwolf. Loaded with cutting-edge surveillance equipment and unbelievable firepower, Airwolf takes Hawke and his friend Dominic (Ernest Borgnine) around the globe in search of dangerous international spies and criminals. More Information.
Jan-Michael Vincent as Stringfellow Hawk
Ernest Borgnine as Dominic Santini
Alex Cord as Michael "Archangel" Coldsmith Briggs III
Jean Bruce Scott as Caitlin O'Shannessy
In the show, Airwolf was an armored, stealthy aircraft. The weapons were state-of-the-art, with machine guns that could rip apart tanks and bunkers. The belly missile pod could fire a variety of rockets, including air-to-surface Mavericks, Hellfires, and heat-seeking air-to-air Sidewinders. Airwolf was also equipped with an advanced computer system which could identify and track aircraft and ground vehicles. - Wikipedia. More Information Coming Soon.
Can you show Airwolf in action?
What happened to Airwolf? After the show was canceled, the modifications were removed (now owned by a private collector) from the Airwolf helicopter. It was repainted and eventually sold to the German helicopter charter company. . . Read More.
I created this website to honor all of the EMS crew on the ground and air ambulances. It was also created in memory of all the EMS men and women that have died in the line of duty, including Airwolf and its crew.
The Music from Airwolf - The amazing music on Airwolf, composed by Sylvester Levay and Udi Harpaz, that has stayed with the show's fans of this day and especially the memorable main theme tune used in both the openin and closing title sequences and during the aerial battle scenes between the real-life aircraft used on the show, which to many people nowadays symbolizes anything to do with helicopters! Airwolf Extended Themes is the sequel 2CD soundtrack album score to the earlier release from 1999 called 'AIRWOLF THEMES'. Read More.
Stringfellow Hawke lives a solitary life in the mountains and uses his cabins dock as a helicopter landing pad. He serenades eagles with Prokofiev on his Stradivarius cello Eagles Serenade. Listen to Eagles Serenade Instrumental Demo.
Bell 222 Flight Tours
Bell 222 Helicopter Starts up Takes off and is filmed in flight before landing. Bell 222 takeoff, shutdown, startup, and takeoff. Shot at the KMYF helipad, Dec. 31, 2011. Airwolf Rides (Bell 222) at Skydive Chicago, 2001Check out this great video.
Airwolf Fan Movie - Short Story - 'Valley of Fire' - has been written, produced and directed by 'Airwolf Themes' producer and long-time fan, Mark J. Cairns. Produced in collaboration with fellow Airwolf fans, Gerann Gerber, Tom Higginson, Roger Shore, and William Jeffery, this production started in January 2015; principal filming has now been completed and it is currently in post-production, with a hopeful airdate on Youtube later in 2017 (lots of FX work and Sound mixing to do yet!). Watch Now.
Can you show me some of Airwolf's Best Flight Scenes?