Black Bat

Black Bat was a regularly occurring crime-solving character in a series of pulp novels and stories published in Black Book Detective.

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Fairchild C-123 Provider - Operational History - Covert Operations - Southeast Asia
... and another 5 C-123Bs to be used by ROCAF/Taiwan's top secret 34th Squadron, a Black Ops units called the "Black Bat", as Flight B section(Flight A section is the two P2V-2U/RB-69A ... These aircraft were issued to the secret Taiwanese Black Bat unit operating in South Vietnam, In October 1964, MACV, CIA and ROCAF/Taiwan signed the South ... In May 1970s, C-123Ks from the "Black Bats" supported the secret US military incursion into Cambodia ...
Black Bat Squadron
... Black Bats (Chinese 黑蝙蝠中隊 pinyin hēi biānfú zhōngduì) 34th Squadron was the name of a corps of CIA reconnaissance plane pilots and crew based in Taiwan during the Cold War ... The squadron's emblem was a bat and seven stars and its formal name was the 34th Squadron of the ROC Air Force ... Lockheed C-130E Hercules, and 3 "black" Lockheed P-3A Orion (149669, 149673, 149678) ...
The Black Bat - Comics
... with Batman, Nedor Comics the comic publishing arm of Thrilling Publications, did not do a Black Bat comic series however it did do a series with a character called "Mask", based on the Black Bat ... Moonstone Books will be including the Black Bat in their new series of comics based on public domain pulp heroes called "Return of the Originals", which begins ... Black Bat Doubleshot, written by Mike Bullock with art by Michael Metcalf, is one of the five main titles in the line ...

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    Visit the Navy-Yard, and behold a marine, such a man as an American government can make, or such as it can make a man with its black arts,—a mere shadow and reminiscence of humanity, a man laid out alive and standing, and already, as one may say, buried under arms with funeral accompaniments.
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