- The entire scene where American army rescues the captives.
- Major McCoy himself, the badass incarnate in the film sure does love to demonstrate awesomeness.
- He beats the general of the enemy down. Just when the enemy was about to fire on him, cue the grenade launcher which is attached on his motorcycle's muffler area and boom he goes.
- The scene where he himself ran to the airplane.
- The scene where the German flight stewardess looks at the Russian man's passport-holding arm and sees his prison camp tattoos. He could have been held in a concentration camp (40 years after the war) or he could be from a gulag. Point is, SHE KNOWS. They never met, but she feels for him. Doubles as a Heartwarming Moment and a bit of a Tearjerker as well. And to top it all off, she didn't want to identify all the Jews on board, because she didn't want to look like a Nazi, which is Truth in Television for many Germans, who want to distance themselves from that as much as possible
- Father O'Malley: You called for all the Jews. I'm Jewish, just like Jesus Christ."
Awesome / The Delta Force