Black Sheep Squadron
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|Name:||Black Sheep Squadron aka Baa Baa Black Sheep|
|Creator:||Stephen J. Cannell|
|Country of Origin:||USA|
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Black Sheep Squadron was a WWII TV series on NBC from 1976 to 1978, based upon the real life career and exploits of Gregory "Pappy" Boyington and the U.S. Marine Corps squadron, VMF-214. It was first titled Baa Baa Black Sheep but then renamed.
For a list of related fandoms, see List of Military Fandoms.
- The Cannell Files (letterzine)
- The Dispatch (letterzine, multimedia)
- Anything Goes #1 (1992)
- Everything But the Kitchen Sink #2 (1986)
- The G-2 Files (1990 - 1998)
- Heroes' Plight Goes to War (1996)
- Remote Control #2 and #15 (1992, 2001)
- Remote Control Goes to War
- Of Other and Such #2 (1986)
- Safehouse #1 (1991)
- Southern Comfort #3 (1987)
- Special Circumstances (1986)
- Suffering Heroes (1989)
- T.V. Fanzine (1991)
- World War II Special Gen Collection (2007)
- Adult Situations (1986)
- Wyvern's Fiction Archive
- Archive of Our Own, as of 11 September 2012, there were four.
- ^ "Pappy_Boyington". Archived from the original on 2022-06-18.