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This is a list of fictional military brats. The term military brat refers to a person whose parent(s) were in the military while they were growing up. These fictional people have backstories which indicate they may have shared this common culture. 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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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Ender, Morton. "Military Brat: Film Representations of Children from Military Families" Armed Forces & Society, Vol. 32, No. 1, 24-43 (2005)
  2. ^ 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 Archived 2007-04-24 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Defenders: Strange Heroes #1
  5. ^ Marvel Universe on General Thaddeus Ross Marvel Universe on Betty Ross
  6. ^ Original Sin #1 (2014), Marvel Comics
  7. ^ Smallville episode "Gone" and Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane #13 (November 1959)
  8. ^ 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"
  9. ^ 7th Heaven episode "Seven is Enough" introduces Eric's father Colonel John Camden.
  10. ^ Stargate SG-1 episode "Threads"
  11. ^ Burnett, Frances Hodgson. A Little Princess Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library[permanent dead link] p 30.
  12. ^ Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Encounter at Farpoint"
  13. ^ Fringe episode "Ability"
  14. ^ Father is Colonel Gladstone, Full House episode "Viva Las Joey"
  15. ^ ER episode "All in the Family"
  16. ^ Recess episode "Parent's Night"
  17. ^ Daughter of Admiral Takashi Hayase Macross Anime Net
  18. ^ House episode "Daddy's Boy."
  19. ^ Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Imaginary Friend"
  20. ^ JAG episodes "We the People" and "Rendezvous"
  21. ^ Degrassi: The Next Generation episode "Whisper to a Scream"
  22. ^ Star Trek: Voyager Episode 84 "Hunters", originally aired 1998
  23. ^ Opening credits for seasons 2-3
  24. ^ Jag episode "Wedding Bell Blues"
  25. ^ Captain William "Bill" Scully The X-Files episode "One Breath"
  26. ^ Saved by the Bell episode "Aloha Slater"
  27. ^ Home Improvement episode "The Colonel"
  28. ^ Battlestar Galactica episode "Exodus, pt II"
  29. ^ Space: Above and Beyond episode "The Dark Side of the Sun"
  30. ^ Disney Channel Original Movie Tiger Cruise Archived 2007-04-19 at the Wayback Machine
  31. ^ a b Interview with Mary Wertsch Archived 2006-11-19 at the Wayback Machine

Further readingEdit

  • 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