List of fictional military brats

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This is a list of fictional military brats.[1][2] The term military brat refers to a person whose parent(s) were in the military while they were growing up.[1][2] These fictional people have backstories which indicate they may have shared this common culture.[1][2] Real military brats can be found at list of military brats, as can an article about American military brats and also the article about subcultures of military brats in a number of different English-speaking countries.[1][2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Ender, Morton. "Military Brat: Film Representations of Children from Military Families" Armed Forces & Society, Vol. 32, No. 1, 24-43 (2005)
  2. ^ a b c d Annika Hylmö "Internationally Mobile Children in Children's Fictional Literature: Legitimate Reflection or Reflecting Legitimation?" In Military Brats and Other Global Nomads: Growing Up in Organization Families 2002
  3. ^ Lee Child and Jack Reacher official website
  4. ^ Defenders: Strange Heroes #1
  5. ^ Marvel Universe on General Thaddeus Ross Marvel Universe on Betty Ross
  6. ^ Smallville episode "Gone" and Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane #13 (November 1959)
  7. ^ Proudly admits that she is an Army Brat. M*A*S*H* episode "Aid Station" (Season 3: Episode 19). Father is Colonel Alvin "Howitzer Al" Houlihan M*A*S*H episode "Father's Day"
  8. ^ 7th Heaven episode "Seven is Enough" introduces Eric's father Colonel John Camden.
  9. ^ Stargate SG-1 episode "Threads"
  10. ^ Burnett, Frances Hodgson. A Little Princess Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library p 30.
  11. ^ Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Encounter at Farpoint"
  12. ^ Fringe episode "Ability"
  13. ^ Father is Colonel Gladstone, Full House episode "Viva Las Joey"
  14. ^ ER episode "All in the Family"
  15. ^ Recess episode "Parent's Night"
  16. ^ Daughter of Admiral Takashi Hayase Macross Anime Net
  17. ^ House episode "Daddy's Boy."
  18. ^ JAG episodes "We the People" and "Rendezvous"
  19. ^ Degrassi: The Next Generation episode "Whisper to a Scream"
  20. ^ Star Trek: Voyager Episode 84 "Hunters", originally aired 1998
  21. ^ Opening credits for seasons 2-3
  22. ^ Jag episode "Wedding Bell Blues"
  23. ^ Captain William "Bill" Scully The X-Files episode "One Breath"
  24. ^ Saved by the Bell episode "Aloha Slater"
  25. ^ Home Improvement episode "The Colonel"
  26. ^ Battlestar Galactica episode "Exodus, pt II"
  27. ^ Space: Above and Beyond episode "The Dark Side of the Sun"
  28. ^ Disney Channel Original Movie Tiger Cruise
  29. ^ a b Interview with Mary Wertsch

Further reading[edit]

  • Ender, Morton. "Military Brat: Film Representations of Children from Military Families" Armed Forces & Society, Vol. 32, No. 1, 24-43 (2005)
  • Annika Hylmö "Internationally Mobile Children in Children's Fictional Literature: Legitimate Reflection or Reflecting Legitimation?" in Military Brats and Other Global Nomads: Growing Up in Organization Families 2002