Anderson has to bring the body of a (black) soldier to the U.S. and meet with his family. And it all coincides with the recent assassination of Martin Luther King. At the same time several of the black soldiers are reeling from it and the Lieutenant in charge of these men who is black, tries to get them to go on. When they disobey his orders, he considers action but Goldman tries to talk him out of it.
Did You Know?
This episode aired on the 21st anniversary of Martin Luther King's death in Memphis Tennessee. See more
SSG Anderson's Class A uniform should have not only Time in Service hash marks (1 per 3 years of service) on the left sleeve below the elbow but also Time in Combat hash marks (1 per 6 months of combat service) in the same place on the right sleeve. See more