Now the ship is reconquered, the cure in production and Granderson dead, CO Chandler's happiness seems complete when he finds his family, relatively safe. he decides to grant many crew a chance to search for their loved-ones, starting in Norfolk. However hat opens a floodgate of emotions,u potentially upsetting commitment .to the cause. Chandler himself resolves to resign and be with his family, but they convince him to obey his calling and help save the world in humanity's worst crisis in history. Another rebellion is brewing, to seize the cure.
Did You Know?
A variety of aircraft are seen taking the cure to other parts of the country. One is a Grumman C-2A Greyhound. The markings on the tail show it to be with Fleet Logistics Squadron 30 (VRC-30) the "Providers" which is based at Naval Air Station North Island San Diego, CA. The F/A-18 Super Hornet seen taking off had the letters 'NE' and a dragon on the vertical stabilizer which means it's from Strike Fighter Squadron 192 (VFA-192) "Golden Dragons" which is part of Carrier Air Wing 2 (CVW-2) and is based at Naval Air Station Lemoore. Another is a Lockheed C-130 Hercules with Niagara and the number 79281 on the vertical stabilizer. This aircraft is part of the 914th Airlift Wing based out of the Niagara Falls Reserve Station, New York. There's also a C-17 Globemaster III with March and the number 44138 on the vertical stabilizer. This aircraft is part of the 452nd Air Mobility Wing based at March AFB, located in Riverside County CA. See more
CO CDR Tom Chandler
There's some stuff I didn't tell you. Some things that happened to our crew while we were out at sea. There are people out there who want the cure so badly, they're willing to do anything for it, including kill. As long as Nathan James is leading the mission to spread the cure, our ship will be a target, and it is not a safe place for you. And I can't put my crew in a position where my own judgment might be affected because I'm thinking about how to protect you instead of the mission.
The Last Ship Opening Theme
Written by James S. Levine
& Jim Dooley See more