Tom Cruise’s film ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ is coming after a gap of 34 years. The film is dedicated to the aviation dept. Now the US Navy has given the honor of Naval Pilot, thanking Tom Cruise and producer Jerry Bruckheimer for their contribution to the Navy. So far this award has been given 34 times.
Top Gun: Maverick Star Tom Cruise Is Being Honored By Navy Ahead Of Its Release
Tom Cruise was awarded the 35th and Jerry Brookheimer the 36th Naval Pilot Citation. Both can also wear this honor in public. Both have been awarded the same honor that is awarded to an actual naval pilot.
They are the first people to receive the honor in two years, and they’re among good company. Previous recipients have been Bob Hope, who was bestowed the distinction in 1986, Jim Neighbors in 2010, and Susan Ford Bales in 2016.
Let me tell you that the film ‘Top Gun’ created history as soon as it was released. Not only in terms of earning, but the film also completed a ‘Secret Mission’ of the American Army.
The film ‘Top Gun’ is based on an article published in 1983 in a California magazine with the same name. This article was about the US Navy training program ‘Strike Fighter Tactics Instructor Program’ (SFTI).
SFTI is also known as Top Gun. Under this program, pilots attached to the Navy are trained to fly fighter jets. At the time, watching Tom Cruise’s film ‘Top Gun’ created such a craze among the people that he was opened to the counter outside the cinema hall for his recruitment.
The sequel to this film is going to be released soon. The story and direction of ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ are strong, but the amazing dose of amazing action makes this film special for the fans of Hollywood films. Anyway, Tom Cruise has done the film stunts himself.
The film has been closely worked with the American Navy to make this film. The budget of this film is said to be 140 million dollars i.e. 964 crores. The film’s distribution in India is headed by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures. The film is going to release next year. The film ‘Top Gun’ is based on an article published in 1983 in a California magazine with the same name.