A boxer and his manager are the squad's newest replacements.
The squad receives four new replacements. Which ones will survive their first day in combat?
Saunders wonders whether or not a new squad member's wound is self-inflicted.
Once again, Saunders clashes with another sergeant on a behind the lines mission to set up a telephone line.
A squad member, who was a farmer in civilian life, can't seem to realize that he's not behind the plow anymore.
Hanley and a British officer escape from a German POW camp and attempt to make their way back to Allied lines.
Saunders has to make his way back to Allied lines without hearing after a grenade explosion leaves him deaf.
Saunders accuses a soldier with a distinguished battle record of disobeying orders and causing the deaths of two others.
A French youth and his dog impede Hanley's mission behind German lines.
The squad finds themselves saddled with three older replacement soldiers who may or may not be able to pull their weight.
Saunders and two other squad members are trapped inside a German wine cellar.
Saunders confiscates a vehicle owned by a Frenchwoman to get a wounded Kirby to medical aid but the woman isn't happy and attempts to slow him down. It seems as though she was going to use the vehicle to help bury her own recently deceased son.
Special Guest Stars: Nina Foch
as Madame Carmaux |
A British major takes Hanley and Kirby with him on a mission to destroy German V-2 rockets.
The squad is ordered to destroy a valley full of construction equipmant to keep it out of German hands.
Hanley and Caje are hidden by a French countess in her chateau that's being used as a headquarters by the occupying Germans.
Special Guest Stars: Luise Rainer
as Countess Lorraine De Roy |
After Hanley is captured by a notorious S.S. captain, Saunders tries to learn his location so that he and the squad can attempt a rescue.
A German spy poses as a downed American aviator in order to kill an American intelligence officer being escorted by Hanley and the squad.
On a patrol, Saunders gets pinned underneath a heavy object but his companion refuses to abandon him to get important information to Lt. Hanley.
KIrby swears vengeance against an SS colonel who beat his childhood friend to death during an interrogation.
An impostor leads the squad through a fake raid on a German radar station in order that the Germans can get their hands on some important members of the French resistance.
Hanley receives word that a new squad member is wanted on a murder charge back in the states.
A German lieutenant posing as an American G.I. gets key information from a captured Saunders who escapes and tries to set things right once he discovers the deception.
A straggler joins the squad and begins behaving erratically and endangering the lives of the men.
Shot down behind enemy lines in an old observation plane, Hanley must make repairs and fly the airship back to Allied lines himself.
The platoon receives orders to take a hill that is defended with deadly efficiency by two German bunkers.
After suffering heavy casualties, the platoon once again is ordered to make another attempt to take a hill being held by the Germans.
A young female learns that Saunders has just killed her father, a German straggler.
A German sergeant whose squad was wiped out by King Company begins stalking them and picking them off one by one.
Hanley tries to save one of his men who is trapped in quicksand.
A new squad member is terrified that a German prisoner who speaks English might reveal his moment of cowardice.
Kirby, K Company's biggest goldbrick and asshole, is left in charge of the squad during a German advance.