Trevor and his family enjoys the hero's welcome and leave for arm surgery. Future interim XO lieutenant colonel Evan Connors arrives to learn the ropes. Dr. Chris Ferlinghetti promotes Denise to his surgery assistant. In Iraq, husband Frank's pride gets tainted with jealous insecurity, so he bitches about her unwillingness to sell Mac's motorbike. Vietnam MIA private Ernest 'Ernie' Flowers's corps is finally identified and repatriated from Cambodia. His only surviving relative, step-daughter Beverly Jacop, herself in the army, refuses to attend his memorial, but Ernie's buddy is found, retired master sergeant James Vayro. Trevor questions his own hero credentials, but army PR insists on a public decoration ceremony. Meeting James helps. Written by
Did You Know?
Not every hero carries a gun and runs into battle. Sometimes their scientists and archaeologist. Did you know the Army has a bunch of those people over in Hawaii? Some of them are civilians, some are soldiers. And they form JPAC. And that stands for Joint Prisoners Missing in Action and Accounting Command. And it's their job to scower the globe and find missing soldiers. Their still finding doughboys from World War I buried under hayfields in Belgium. I can't even believe that. World War II ...
"Army Wives Theme"
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