A rich corporate industrialist, Carter Anderson III, hires Santini and Hawke to ensure his safe transportation needs when it becomes evident that he might be targeted for a hit. Anderson is aware of the existence of Airwolf and Hawke agrees to use the supercopter to help protect Anderson if necessary. Caitlin agrees to fly one of the helicopters for the mission, but there's a twist that she's unaware of; her new boyfriend just might be in on the assassination plan. Written by
R. Bernard Ment
Did You Know?
Numerous errors took place with the weapons used by the assassin. The rocket launcher he used to destroy the trailer was obviously a piece of galvanized pipe. The Corsair had two tubes under each wing while on the ground, then only one tube each side while in flight. It was launching rockets, not Sidewinder missiles as Dom described them. A Sidewinder is a modern heat-seeking guided missile that would require a control system not present on the WW2 vintage Corsair. A rocket is an unguided projectile. While these were carried by Corsairs, they are ineffective for firing upon an aircraft in flight. Rockets were used against stationary ground targets. Finally, the Corsair as shown could only fire a maximum of two rockets, yet it was shown firing many more than that. See more