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'The Sandbaggers' is copyright © 1978-1980 Yorkshire Television. Yorkshire Television currently is a unit of Granada PLC.

The Ops Room is an unofficial, non-revenue-generating fan site operated as a hobby.

Content created for the Ops Room: The Order of Battle article is copyright © 2002 Philip H.J. Davies.The essays about Sandbaggers characters Matthew Peele and Sir Geoffrey Wellingham are copyright © 2002 David J. Koukol. The ¦Sandbaggers Primer² essay and the article about Roy Budd are copyright © 2001 Paul D. Lagasse. The biography of Ian Mackintosh is copyright © 2000 Lawrie Mackintosh. All other original Ops Room content is copyright © 2000-2002 (except the guest book and message board, which are not copyrighted) to Roy B. The web site changed hands in 2003, with new material copyright to Andy, the Ops Room's current owner.

The Ops Room gave permission to Granada licensee BFS Entertainment & Multimedia Ltd to reproduce certain Ops Room content on BFS’s Sandbaggers DVDs, which were released in August 2001.

Other content, reproduced with permission: The images of Neil Burnside and Willie Caine on the Early US Fandom page are copyright © 1992 Kate Nuernberg and are reproduced with permission. The pages from Queen & Country Issue 1 are copyright © 2001 Greg Rucka and are reproduced with permission.

Other content, reproduced within a 'fair use' context: Some copyrighted images and textual excerpts are reproduced on the Ops Room as components of critical reviews or evaluations. These reproductions are intended to fall within the fair use provisions of copyright law.

Acknowledgments
For their kind and generous help in making the Ops Room better, the management expresses thanks to: Dr Philip HJ Davies, Dave and Wendy Laing, Doug Payne, Jeanne DeVore, Lawrie Mackintosh, Greg Rucka, Sherri Fillingham, Jeff Smart, Michael Macomber, Mike Vinceitore, David J Koukol, William Marshall, Amy Howard Wilson, Paul D Legasse and Kenneth Morgan.

Hall of Honours
In particular, I'd like to thank Roy, the founder of this web site for the gift of it to me. I hope to be a worthy heir.

Jim Royal, without whose help, talent and guidance, this site would have been optimized for Lynx, with the content in Courier 10.

Pascal Fleurelien, without whose generous loan of a snazzy SCSI drive and ATTO board, this site would have been optimized for a 400k floppy.

Thanks, too, to everyone who has signed the guest book and contributed to the message board.