An army pilot is attached to the Black Sheep squadron in an effort to allow him to be the top scoring ace against the Japanese. His directness and competitiveness soon leads him into conflict with the men he is flying with.

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An army pilot is attached to the Black Sheep squadron in an effort to allow him to be the top scoring ace against the Japanese. His directness and competitiveness soon leads him into conflict with the men he is flying with.

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Action | War | Adventure | Drama

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15 March 1978 (USA)  »

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Trivia

One of the P-38's flown in this presentation was a former P-38M "Night Lightning," as can be seen by the double cockpit on the aircraft. The other P-38 had been modified from an air racing configuration and lacked a mocked-up Hispano M2(C) 20 mm cannon in its nose. It did have, however, mocked-up barrels for four Browning M2 .50 cal. machine guns in their correct locations. See more »

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The two Army Air Forces P-38 pilots are shown using B-5 life preserver vests. This is incorrect. The B-5 was a Korean War and later piece of equipment. These pilots should have been using B-3 or B-4 vests (the Black Sheep were using the Navy/Marine Corps equivalent of the B-4, as would be correct for that time period). See more »

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