Sergeant Major Zak Carey is serving what is his final tour of duty at an Army base in Clemens, Georgia. Zak doesn't like the way the Army keeps the base and the bar is not what he's accustomed to. So he goes off base to get a beer. When he goes to the bar one of the local prostitutes tries to come on to Zak but Zak turns her down. That's when the deputy who appears to be her pimp beating her up. That's when Zak strikes him. Later he learns that the Sheriff is corrupt and takes what happened to the Deputy as an attack on him and tries to get Zak but the Army backs him and Zak is not intimidated. That's when they arrest his son on trumped up drug charges. Before Zak can fix it, his wife tries to get a lawyer for their son but this only pushes the Sheriff to send their son to a prison farm. With no other recourse Zak gets into his own vintage Sherman Tank and busts his son out and they try to make it to the state line so that they can expose the Sheriff. Written by
Sergeant-Major Zack Carey takes the law into his own hands with help from his own personal tank (Video Australia)
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Did You Know?
The make and model of the two brown Sheriff's patrol police vehicles that the tank ran over were a 1974 Plymouth Satellite and a 1975-1976 Plymouth Fury. See more
When the tank drives over the police cars at the roadblock, the front end of the tank raises up before it strikes the cars, exposing the fact that a small ramp was set up to aid the tank in climbing onto them. See more
Why would anyone want to own a Sherman tank?
Because it's very hard to shoot yourself while you're cleaning it.
References Gone with the Wind
Lyrics by Donna Schifrin
Music by Lalo Schifrin
Performed by Gene Morford See more