In Lima, Peru, a local 15-year-old boy tries to sneak into the US embassy at night by jumping from the top of the perimeter wall; a Marine guard challenges him, and the boy fires at the guard, who returns fire and kills him. A strident Peruvian anti-US group stirs up strong feelings and violent behavior against the US citizens. While Harm and Meg investigate, they uncover a number of entanglements and complications; they take part in a shootout and survive it, and they eventually figure out the truth. Written by
Did You Know?
The scene in which the convoy of Suburbans is attacked is interspersed with footage from Clear and Present Danger
(1994). The scene is now actually used as a training video in US government agencies. See more
When the flag draped casket of Gunnery Sergeant Granger is driven to the awaiting transport, it is driven with the head first. Caskets should be transported feet first, thus the Stars and Stripes should be over left shoulder. See more
Lt. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
If security gets any tighter, they'll be strip searching us.
Lt. j.g. Meg Austin
Don't get my hopes up, sir.