"When pretty Beth Hunter (JEAN ALLISON) drives into Laramie with a dead man in the back of her buckboard, it sets off a chain of events which send her young husband Tracy (MICHAEL MACREADY) into the hills pursued by a posse."
The Texas Rangers ask the Russians for assistance in capturing a criminal the Russians had previously dealt with. A mild-mannered Russian shows up, pretending to be powerful. When they find the criminal, the Russian gets beaten up.
A family man hard-pressed for money is forced to help with a bank robbery. The robbery goes awry and the man returns to his family. As they prepare to leave town, the son falls into a sink hole. Walker and the others try to help the boy.
CD is inducted into the Ranger Hall of Fame. Meanwhile, the only case CD could not solve when he was a Texas Ranger comes back to haunt him. The Hangman is back to his old tricks. The Hangman taunts CD with calls about his killings.
Trivette's cousin is killed when he learns soldiers are stealing supplies from the base. The killers are part of a white-supremacist group; the leader is arrested for murder. The group retaliates by taking over a TV station for hostages.
The men from Bravo company are patrolling in the jungle when they find a fresh trail, one that leads to a trap by a group of VC soldiers. The Americans are out-numbered and in a very bad position. Suddenly they are rescued by Montagnards. Anderson trusts them, and has the squad follow them back to their village where they meet the translator -- an ex-GI (Kithem). The American is obviously hostile to the presence of Goldman and the rest of the Americans. Against Kithem and Anderson's better judgement, Goldman follows orders to help fortify the native """compound"""" against the VC. Kithem warns that all the American attention will only bring down the ARVN and NVA forces. Which is exactly what happens."
In a small South Vietnamese hamlet, an NVA officer arrives to brief his men that they will soon begin infiltrating towns and villages through-out the country in preparation for the Tet Offensive. Meanwhile, Bravo is in the bush, while Baker is losing a battle with his dysentery. As he """answers the call of nature"""" he sights VC closing on the unit and then
Hanley orders Saunders and his squad to take a bridge that is guarded by a heavily fortified house. Nick Adams guest stars as a self-centered, wise-cracking private who only cares about saving his own skin. He reveals during the episode that he is a jazz drummer and is soon to be leaving the front to play in an army band entertaining troops and wants to be sure he keeps himself in one piece.
James Coburn guest stars as a ruthless German spy masquerading as an American G.I. in order to get into American headquarters to create havoc. When the jeep he is driving hits a land mine, Sgt. Saunders and his squad bring him and two other German spies back to their company headquarters for first aid. Saunders slowly begins to suspect there is something wrong as Coburn's character makes slight mistakes while speaking and interacting with the other men.
After Troy is set up on false charges by a captured POW camp commander, the other members of the Rat Patrol must infiltrate a German division's headquarters to find evidence that will prevent a court-martial.
Col. Joe Gallagher's 918th squadron is badly chewed-up by German fighters while trying to bomb the crucial Focke-Wulf aircraft factories. The Geman Luftwaffe operations commander, Col. Halland, is pleased as he visits his loved-one, Pat Conboy, an english traitor who broadcasts a German propaganda program under the name of the Danzig Lady.