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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*In multiplayer, some of the killstreaks have a jet black paint scheme to them and the Russian flag on the tail. This applies to the [[UAV]], [[Counter-UAV]], [[AV-8B Harrier II|Harrier Strike]], [[Emergency Airdrop]], [[Pave Low]], and [[AC-130]].
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*In multiplayer, some of the killstreaks have a jet black paint scheme to them and the Russian flag on the tail. This applies to the [[UAV]], [[Counter-UAV]], [[AV-8 Harrier|Harrier Strike]], [[Emergency Airdrop]], [[Pave Low]], and [[AC-130]].
 
*The victory and defeat music of the ''Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2'' Ultranationalists is derived from the song [[Onwards]]. The spawn theme is derived from [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPj5iEoEIeY Going Loud].
 
*The victory and defeat music of the ''Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2'' Ultranationalists is derived from the song [[Onwards]]. The spawn theme is derived from [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPj5iEoEIeY Going Loud].
 
*In Modern Warfare 3, the Ultranationalists's spawn theme is heard in [[Back on the Grid]] when the player is using the mortar, while their victory theme is heard in the end of [[Return to Sender]].
 
*In Modern Warfare 3, the Ultranationalists's spawn theme is heard in [[Back on the Grid]] when the player is using the mortar, while their victory theme is heard in the end of [[Return to Sender]].
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