Strategic Command is a 1997 air hijack direct-to-video film directed by Rick Jacobson, starring Michael Dudikoff, and co-starring Richard Norton, Paul Winfield, Bryan Cranston, and Stephen Quadros. The film was written by Sean McGinly and Tripp Reed.
Rick Harding (Dudikoff) is a former Marine officer, now working as biological weapons scientist for the FBI. The movie starts, with Harding's lab being infiltrated, which results in terrorists getting their hands on a deadly nerve agent called Bromax 36. Led by Carlos Gruber (Norton), the terrorists hijack Air Force Two (the aircraft of the Vice-President), a Boeing VC-25 en route from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C.. Harding must participate in a midair effort to retake Air Force Two and save the Vice President and his wife.