Col. Katherine Powell, a military officer in command of an operation to capture terrorists in Kenya, sees her mission escalate when a girl enters the kill zone triggering an international dispute over the implications of modern warfare.
Colonel Katherine Powell is a UK-based military officer in command of a top secret drone operation to capture terrorists in Kenya. Through remote surveillance and on-the-ground intel, Powell discovers the targets are planning a suicide bombing and the mission escalates from "capture" to "kill." But as American pilot Steve Watts (Aaron Paul) is about to engage, a nine-year old girl enters the kill zone triggering an international dispute, reaching the highest levels of US and British government, over the moral, political, and personal implications of modern warfare. Written by
Alan Rickman is wearing his parachute wings on his uniform chest above his medals. Qualified parachutists serving in the British Army wear their parachute badge on their right sleeve at the shoulder. Those who do not serve with a parachute unit are permitted to wear a parachute badge without wings (known as a lightbulb) on their left sleeve. Serving personnel who qualified as Special Forces parachutists are allowed a different badge. During the Second World War, they wore this badge on their chest above their medals. The badge shown on Alan Rickman's uniform appears to be the Mess Dress Para Wings Qualification Badge. It would still be worn on the shoulder, not on the chest. Only pilots wings are worn on the chest above medals. The confusion appears to be that American personnel wear their parachute qualification badge on their chest. The British do not. See more »