- SFC Apone, A A19/TQ4.0.32751E8
- Pt Crowe, T A46/TQ1.0.98712E6
- Cpl Dietrich, C A41/TQ8.0.81120E2
- Pt Drake, M A23/TQ2.0.47619E7
- Cpl Ferro, C A71/TQ9.0.09428E1
- Pt Frost, R A17/TQ4.0.61247E5
- Lt Gorman, S A09/TQ4.0.56124E3
- Cpl Hicks, D A27/TQ4.0.48215E9
- Pt Hudson, W A08/TQ1.0.41776E3
- Pt Spunkmeyer, D A23/TQ6.0.92810E7
- Pt Vasquez, J A03/TQ7.0.15618E4
- Pt Wierzbowski, T A14/TQ8.0.20034E7
- Ripley's nightmare was quite bloody, with a quick glimpse of the chestburster.
- Ripley and Burke waiting outside for the board's final decision; Ripley is convinced they think she is crazy.
- A longer scene with the Jordan family arguing; apparently, Newt and Timmy often play hide-and-seek inside the facility, which she calls 'Monster Maze'.
- A shower scene aboard the Sulaco.
- Ripley going into more detail about the facehuggers while briefing the Marines, calling the facehugger "a walking sex organ" to which Hudson replies, "Sounds like you, Hicks."
- While nearing LV-426, Gorman re-confirms that there is no communication whatsoever from the colony.
- There are thirty atmospheric processing units on the planet, as opposed to only one in the final film.
- The initial sweep of the colony complex includes the colonists' quarters as well. A dangling piece of ceiling sets off the motion tracker (white mice in the movie).
- Ripley returns into the APC, not yet ready to enter the complex. When she finally goes in, she is startled at the door by Pvt. Wierzbowski, who kept an eye on her.
- Gorman telling Burke that the Company can write off its share of the colony; Burke replies it is insured anyway.
- Ripley offers to be Newt's friend, but she declines, thinking Ripley will be dead soon anyway. Newt explains she evaded the Aliens because she was so good at playing Monster Maze.
- The resin from the Alien nest contains furniture, wires, as well as human bones.
- During the Alien attack, Apone hands back the rifle magazines, ignoring Gorman's order.
- During the escape, Gorman is stung unconscious by an Alien and almost pulled out of the APC; Hicks uses a gun turret to blast the Alien off the roof.
- Burke stresses the importance of the Aliens more strongly, even offering Ripley a higher percentage if she cooperates.
- Newt formally offering Ripley to be her daughter; Ripley likes the idea.
- Bishop reveals that Gorman's catatonia is caused by a neuromuscular toxin from an Alien's stinger (replaced by the discovery that Alien blood gets neutralized through oxidation in the movie). Bishop also predicts that the Queen has a large abdomen, and possesses basic intelligence.
- After the first sentry gun attack, a motion sensor indicates the Aliens have breached the door, and have entered the complex.
- Bishop encountering an Alien while crawling along the tunnel (this scene also appeared in the final script but neither in the theatrical release nor in the Special Edition).
- Gorman asks Vasquez if she still wants to kill him; she replies it won't be necessary.
- The second drop ship refueling itself before leaving the Sulaco under Bishop's remote control.
- Hicks uses a welder to open a duct into a service way. From there, Newt falls into a chute. Ripley follows, but takes a different chute.
- The first draft also included a scene with a cocooned Burke, which was shot but not included in any of the versions of the movie.
- There are tiny albino versions of the warrior Aliens in the egg chamber, which pick up the eggs.