One member of a Marine team became separated and lost during a sandstorm in Iraq, leaving behind a classified piece of radio gear; he hiked alone 200 miles into Syria. He now faces a charge of dereliction of duty; in a preliminary hearing Sturgis prosecutes, and Mac defends; in court some difficult questions come up. Harm flies again for the CIA; he and a co-pilot make a training hop aboard an advanced spy aircraft over the Pacific Ocean; en route, however, they become diverted to a real tactical mission over North Korea, and their flight becomes complicated and interesting. Sturgis continues to show much displeasure, especially against Bud. The last words consist of a high-power zinger by Mac against Sturgis.
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Chris Ryan's real name is "Colin Armstrong". See more
The aircraft is seen approaching Rabb and Watson from behind and they hear the sonic boom before the aircraft flies over. This is the incorrect order. With the plane flying 6 times the speed of sound, the sonic boom trails well behind plane. At this speed the aircraft would far past the point where the sonic boom is heard. See more
Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.
With Commander Turner's anger at me, and the Admiral's anger at Commander Rabb, this used to be a lot more pleasant place to work.