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Dale Adam Dye, Jr. (born October 8, 1944) is an American actor , technical advisor , radio personality , and writer . Dye is also a retired U.S. Marine Corps officer and decorated Vietnam veteran . His company, Warriors, Inc., is a technical adviser to Hollywood . Dye has also contributed his expertise and voice to video games.

Dale Adam Dye, Jr. was born on October 8, 1944, in Cape Girardeau , Missouri , to Dale Adam Dye, Sr. and Della Grace ( née Koehler) Dye. [1] [2] His father was a liquor salesman in and around St. Louis and took Dale with him as he visited working-class taverns. There he heard war stories from World War II veterans. One particular story about man-to-man fighting told by a Marine who said he had fought in the Pacific Theater arrested Dale's attention. He looked up the Battle of Iwo Jima that night and made up his mind to become a Marine. Dye was educated at St. Joseph's Military Academy in Chicago and the Missouri Military Academy . [3]

Fellow Marine correspondent Gustav Hasford dubbed him "Daddy D.A" (as he was among the oldest of the correspondents) and included him as a character in his first semi-autobiographical Vietnam novel, The Short-Timers , and more extensively in his second, The Phantom Blooper . The movie based on Hasford's first novel, Full Metal Jacket , included the "Daddy D.A" character (played by Keith Hodiak ), though neither the character nor Dye's name is explicitly mentioned in the dialogue. [4]

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Dale Adam Dye, Jr. (born October 8, 1944) is an American actor , technical advisor , radio personality , and writer . Dye is also a retired U.S. Marine Corps officer and decorated Vietnam veteran . His company, Warriors, Inc., is a technical adviser to Hollywood . Dye has also contributed his expertise and voice to video games.

Dale Adam Dye, Jr. was born on October 8, 1944, in Cape Girardeau , Missouri , to Dale Adam Dye, Sr. and Della Grace ( née Koehler) Dye. [1] [2] His father was a liquor salesman in and around St. Louis and took Dale with him as he visited working-class taverns. There he heard war stories from World War II veterans. One particular story about man-to-man fighting told by a Marine who said he had fought in the Pacific Theater arrested Dale's attention. He looked up the Battle of Iwo Jima that night and made up his mind to become a Marine. Dye was educated at St. Joseph's Military Academy in Chicago and the Missouri Military Academy . [3]

Fellow Marine correspondent Gustav Hasford dubbed him "Daddy D.A" (as he was among the oldest of the correspondents) and included him as a character in his first semi-autobiographical Vietnam novel, The Short-Timers , and more extensively in his second, The Phantom Blooper . The movie based on Hasford's first novel, Full Metal Jacket , included the "Daddy D.A" character (played by Keith Hodiak ), though neither the character nor Dye's name is explicitly mentioned in the dialogue. [4]

Spy Game is a 2001 American spy film directed by Tony Scott and starring Robert Redford and Brad Pitt . The film grossed $ 62 million in the United States and $143 million worldwide and received mostly positive reviews from film critics.

In 1991, the governments of the U.S. and China are on the verge of a major trade agreement, with the President due to visit China to seal the deal. The CIA learns that its asset Tom Bishop has been captured trying to free a Briton, Elizabeth Hadley, from a People's Liberation Army prison in Suzhou near Shanghai. Bishop is being questioned under torture and will be executed in 24 hours unless the U.S. government claims him. If the CIA claims Bishop as an agent, they risk jeopardizing the trade agreement. Exacerbating Bishop's situation is the fact that he was operating without permission from the Agency.

Running out of time, Muir secretly creates a forged urgent operational directive from the CIA director to commence Operation Dinner Out, a rescue mission to be spearheaded by Commander Wiley's SEAL team, for which Bishop had laid the groundwork as a "Plan B" for his own rescue attempt. Using $282,000 of his life savings and a misappropriated file on Chinese coastline satellite imagery, Muir enlists Duncan's help in bribing a Chinese energy official to cut power to the prison for 30 minutes, during which time the SEAL rescue team retrieves Bishop and Hadley.