With Thanksgiving as a backdrop; Colonel Brewster's decision to go to the press about the Phu An massacre lands him a lot of trouble with the higher echelon, especially when he goes on the record with journalist Sid Boyle. Percell -after his cold turkey- is physically fine, but psychologically still shaken. Goldman, Zeke and the squad are gathering evidence for Colonel Brewster's theory that the NVA must have fuel storage dumps at regular intervals along the Ho Chi Minh trail.
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Opening blurb: On Thanksgiving 1968, Twenty U.S. Servicemen Lost Their Lives In Vietnam. See more
A sign on one of the buildings in the background as Anderson and Percell walk by says "Keep Tan Son Nhut Clean," but the venue of the base had shifted from Tan Son Nhut to Camp Barnett several episodes before. See more