The American President doesn't get the Russian Premier to have the jamming shut off until after the pilots are no longer going to accept a verbal stop command, even from the President.
His Russian counterpart is emotional and unpredictable, but rises above his indoctrination to attain real dignity when the chips are down. The essays in our library are intended to serve as content examples to inspire you as you write your own essay. The President is in a bunker under the White House and in constant contact with the nuclear command center and the Pentagon and it is from these three locations that the future of mankind is debated.
He tries to egg on the president to follow up Grady's attack wing's accidental strike with a full-scale one, and after the president orders the nuking of New York as a conciliatory gesture, suggests recovering corporate financial records instead of victims.
These include zoom shots, freeze frames, and even negative images. In order to prevent an all-out nuclear war, the president states that he will order bombs to be dropped on New York City if Moscow is indeed attacked.
It's an idea that would be revisited 20 years later in the similarly themed War Games. He's the voice of reason and responsibility. His solution? When citing an essay from our library, you can use "Kibin" as the author.
As the Soviets get more effective against the bomber group, the bombers switch to a ground-hugging flight plan, causing them to fall off American and Soviet RADAR. The bomber wings' standing orders are to not deviate from the plan of attack past a certain time after leaving their fail-safe points, regardless of who's giving the order they have been trained with the possibility that whoever calls them over the radio may be a Russian agent imitating a higher-up.
You learned so well that now there's no difference between you and what you want to kill. I was reminded of Clark Gable playing a general in the aptly titled Command Decision