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Friendly fire is the inadvertent firing towards one's own or otherwise friendly forces.
Friendly Fire may also refer to:
Film and television [ edit ]
- Friendly Fire (1979 film), a dramatic TV movie starring Carol Burnett & Ned Beatty
- Friendly Fire (2006 film), a film by Sean Lennon and Michele Civetta
- Friendly Fire (TV series), a 2012 Hong Kong modern serial drama
Literature [ edit ]
- Friendly Fire: The Illusion of Justice, a 2010 memoir by Adam Bereki
- Friendly Fire, a 1992 essay collection by Bob Black
- Friendly Fire, a 1976 non-fiction book by C. D. B. Bryan
- Friendly Fire, a 2006 novel by Patrick Gale
- Friendly Fire, a 2002 play by Peter Gill
- Friendly Fire, a fictional superhero on the team Section 8 in the DC Comics universe
Music [ edit ]
- Friendly Fire (Joe Lovano & Greg Osby album) (1998)
- Friendly Fire (Sean Lennon album) (2006)
- Friendly Fire (Shara Nelson album) (1995)
- Friendly Fire Recordings, an American record label
- Friendly Fires, a UK indie band
- "Friendly Fire", a 2002 song by Pet Shop Boys on the B-side of "I Get Along"
Radio [ edit ]
- Friendly Fire, a Canadian radio program co-hosted by John Downs
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