Erskine accompanies two nurses to a forward medical aid station and finds that the Japanese are in the area. However, the General, who has just taken over the situation on the Kokoda Trail, refuses to believe it and does nothing.
A good commander in New Guinea is dismissed by his superior General who wants to claim credit for his work. Erskine is accompanying two nurses to a forward medical aid station on the Kokoda Trail. When there, Erskine finds a forward Japanese scout in the area and kills him. Despite reporting the situation, the General refuses to believe it and thinks it is a set up as it puts him is bad light. He orders Erskine to be withdrawn but Erskine stays and helps stop a Japanese artillery platoon attempt to go around behind the aid station. Written by