Flynn, an honorably discharged Marine with a mixed record, now an employee of Citdential, a multinational civilian security firm under contract to the US government, returns to the USA from work in Baghdad, now accused of having killed an Iraqi businessman whom he had a duty to protect; when Flynn arrives at the LAX airport, a Citdential detail tries but fails to intercept him, and a company agent dies during the process; Director Vance tasks the Callen team to find Flynn fast. G and Sam check out tats and chicks, Kensi and Dom find a body, and Eric produces at the office, then the four musketeers wait and watch; Kensi offers to call a tow truck. Citdential guys mess up a meet. The gang finish sorting out the pieces and putting them together, then a major confrontation takes place on a sidewalk, but G and Sam (having learned what really happened in Iraq) hold the winning hand, so they come out on top; finally G gives Flynn a ride. Written by
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(at around 6 mins) Director Vance refers to a "former Marine". However, there's no such thing as a "former" Marine. Once a Marine, always a Marine. Ask any Marine. There are retired Marines, discharged Marines, dead Marines, and Marines no longer on active duty, but there's no such thing as a "former Marine". See more
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