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"Blackhawk: "Fury In the Philippines"": Impatient with all the inactivity at Blackhawk Island, Chop Chop flies to San Francisco and attempts to enlist in the U.S. Marines. Due to some severe intercultural misunderstandings he gets deployed as a cook aboard a relief ship to the Philippines.

Military Comics #11 is an issue of the series Military Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of August, 1942.

Appearing in Blackhawk: "Fury In the Philippines"

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  • Lotus Petal

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  • Blackhawk 2-engine 1-rudder fighters
  • German Aircraft Carrier
  • USS El Paso (Destroyed)
  • five Japanese Warships (four are destroyed)
  • many Japanese Fighter Planes (several are destroyed)
  • several U.S. Warships

Synopsis for Blackhawk: "Fury In the Philippines"

Impatient with all the inactivity at Blackhawk Island, Chop Chop flies to San Francisco and attempts to enlist in the U.S. Marines. Due to some severe intercultural misunderstandings he gets deployed as a cook aboard a relief ship to the Philippines.

The Blackhawks work out Chop Chop's whereabouts and fly after him, after refueling near Panama, aboard a German aircraft carrier. They fly to the Philippines and arrive there at the same time as Chop Chop's ship, and a task force of Japanese warships. A one-sided naval battle ensues, and the El Paso is sunk. The Blackhawks land on one of the Philippines, and encounter two old European enemies, and kill them.

Meanwhile on a nearby tiny island, Chop Chop has hooked up with Lotus Petal, and is preoccupied.

Appearing in The Sniper: "The Last of Obergast"

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Appearing in Loops and Banks: "The Bombing of Tokyo"

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Appearing in Shot and Shell: "The Microplasmed Morons"

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Appearing in Death Patrol: "The Windbag's Tale"

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Appearing in Phantom Clipper: "Battle of Teagly Island"

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Appearing in Inferior Man: "The Invisible Brooklyn Bridge"

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Appearing in X of the Underground: "The Cholera Serum"

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Appearing in The Blue Tracer: "The Jap Invasion of Alaska"

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Appearing in Secret War News: "U. S. Seaman Traps U-Boat"

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Appearing in Atlantic Patrol: "The Merchant Ship That Sunk a U-Boat"

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Notes

  • Partially reprinted in The Blackhawk Archives, Volume One.
    • Blackhawk Island is hidden deep in the fog-shrouded wastes of the North Atlantic Ocean, per page 2 panel 1.
    • Starting with this issue, Chuck replaces Zeg as the seventh member of Blackhawk Squadron.
    • The proper Grumman XF5F Skyrockets will be back in Military Comics #15. This issue continues the use of the single-rudder modified version.
    • Andre's engagement to Barbara von Rath, established last issue, is not mentioned in this or any later issue.
  • Also featured in this issue of Military Comics was:
    • "We'll Moider D'Bums!" (text story) by Dick French

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