Boyle bails out over an island occupied by a British officer (Peter Frampton), his native aide and the aide's ill daughter.
The Black Sheep become sudden heroes after unwittingly saving Eleanor Roosevelt's transport plane from an enemy air attack.
Four nurses do a show for the Seabees in exchange for repairs to the island airstrip; guest Joe Santos.
A World War II flying ace arrives on Black Squadron turf with an offer to help -- but one of Pappy's Lambs learns of the ace's devious plans.
Pappy is ordered home to boost morale, and his strict replacement (Richard Jaeckel) manages to alienate the whole squadron.
The Black Sheep scramble, leaving Col. Lard, Micklin's enlisted men and the nurses to fight enemy invaders.
An underage pilot and a nurse, who's a general's daughter and Pappy's old flame, disrupt the squadron.
A slick sergeant (Scott Colomby) cons Pappy into exchanging whiskey for airplane oil that fails during combat.
When it comes around to the requalifying tests, the Black Sheep squadron members fail miserably. With Robert Conrad, Dana Elcar and Dirk Blocker.
A Navy commander (Tim Matheson) and his squadron, flying with the Black Sheep, falsely claim to have sunk a ship.
T.J.'s romance with a Eurasian girl may jeopardize the squadron's assignment to stop the enemy's top commander.
A chief mechanic confronts conflicting emotions when he is promoted to a position he really doesn't want.
Pappy and a combat priest clash when they must decide on what to do with a pilot who's afraid of flying.
A challenging dare comes in the form of an enemy's request that Pappy meet him in the sky for a duel.
Marine command decides to split up the squadron after a bombing run wrecks the island and kills mechanic Hutch.
Pappy and his troop encounter another battle when women pilots arrive in the combat zone with a no-nonsense commander.
Pappy and two men are shot down on an island set for Marine invasion in 24 hours, only to find an orphanage already there.
Gen. Moore orders Pappy to fly escort for Gen. Wright (Joel Fabiani) and a new bomber, but Wright then orders the opposite.
A new pilot, son of a wealthy family with military connections, accuses Pappy of ordering American troops strafed.
French is pressured to become an ace during an unexpected visit from his father (Kenneth Mars), a top newspaper publisher.
Gutterman cracks after being shot down by a Japanese ace; the squadron gets an aggressive mechanic (Red West).
As the general's (Gregory "Pappy" Boyington) visit continues, Pappy learns the nurse (Anne Francis) he loves is married.
A general (Gregory "Pappy" Boyington) visits; burned Pappy is attracted to a beautiful nurse (Anne Francis).
Pappy is ordered to turn over command to a movie-star pilot (James Darren) in an attempt to boost morale.
Casey transfers out after clashing with Bragg over a WAC nurse, Bragg's former high-school classmate.
Pappy concludes the only way to forestall a pending court-martial is to destroy a seemingly impregnable Japanese radar post.
A Marine colonel lands with his paratroops on the Black Sheep's island, then announces he's commanding the next mission.
Stubborn Pappy volunteers to lead a dangerous mission, only to be rendered helpless en route by a relapse of malaria.
Japanese commandos capture all but two of the Black Sheep in a plot to seize an expected visitor, Gen. Douglas MacArthur.
When the Black Sheep are ordered on a suicide mission, Pappy comes up with the idea of attacking in enemy planes.
A captured Navy airman (Kent McCord), brainwashed by the Japanese, is planted to inform on the unsuspecting Black Sheep.
The Black Sheep enter a captured Japanese flying ace in a ping pong tournament against a Seabee outfit.
Pappy welcomes an admiral's son, an ace pilot, into the outfit, only to learn the rest of the squadron consider him a jinx.
Shot down by one of his own pilots, Pappy is helped by a fugitive Australian navy officer (Rene Auberjonois).
Hostile Col. Lard plans to reassign the Black Sheep squadron to duty behind the lines for bending too many regulations.