Steve's mission is to develop an anti-missile system consisting of towing Convair F-102 jet fighters from a KB-50 tanker.
Steve is assigned to re-educate a group of dare devil fly-boys the basic Air Force principles.
Steve steps in when his friend is injured and agrees to fly a dangerous experimental plane, an F-100 Super Sabres from with rocket boosters.
Steve and Major Pitch Hammer prepare for an around the world trip conducting an experiment to measure the brain and heart activity of the pilots during the flight.
Steve must keep his passengers calm and land a plane safely after one of the engines fails.
Steve is accidentally thrown from an airplane during a paramedic parachute training jump. When the Drill Master is injured while attempting to rescue Canyon, both must survive in a wild mountain countryside.
Steve is asked to defend a decorated pilot who is being court martialed for reckless flying.
Steve is put in charge of transporting the first Atlas missile to Cape Canaveral.
Steve, his crew and a B-52 set out to beat the around the world speed record, all being monitored by Ben Radin, a newsman who has a grudge against airmen.
Steve is to fly a plane that drops a test bomb.
A crewman become ill with spinal meningitis while on a flight from Brazil to California and needs immediate treatment. Things get worse when the landing gear becomes stuck and the only solution may be to crash land.
An investigation of a pilots death after a plane crash at Andrews AFB in Arizona points to pilot error, but the pilots father wants the investigators to dig deeper.
Christmas time at the base finds a group of orphans flown in to celebrate the holidays. But Steve tries to explain the meaning of Christmas to a little girl who has never celebrated the day.
Steve makes a forced landing inside unfriendly territory while carrying an American diplomat from Istanbul to Pakistan.
Local citizens around the Big Thunder AFB protest the base and the airmen just as Steve arrives.
A routine landing turns dangerous when the front landing gear will not lower forcing a possible crash landing at Big Thunder AFB.
Industrialist Peter Brendan's plane has been reported missing by his wife, and Steve is requested by State Senator Smith to make a search.
Steve begins a search for a missing WWII soldier in New Guinea after a native shows a pair of dog tags which had belonged to him.
A carved, wooden monkey statue in which Steve had bought from a peddler in Taipei, has an Air Force nurse and himself in danger back at Big Thunder AFB.
When a boxer beats up his sparring partner while training for a championship bout, Airman Featherstone plans revenge by provoking the fighter into a grudge match.
Robbers of the Penrose AFB bank kidnap Steve and Maior Willy Williston, confiscating their plane as a getaway vehicle with plans of parachuting over Mexico and leaving the tied up men behind.
A blackmailer kills the wife of an Big Thunder airman. Steve and Police Chief Hagedorn head the investigation.
A group of Communists hold a girl hostage in exchange for her father, a Hungarian underground leader.
Steve's bomb training mission turns to danger when a problem forces him to release a small arsenal over a disposal area and are retrieved by two youngsters.
Steve intervenes when Airman Pete Randal's chances of transferring to the Air Force Academy is jeopardized over a disagreement with a sergeant about a woman.
The pilot and his co-pilot die in a freak accident while the plane is headed towards the USSR, with the controls set on auto pilot.
Loyalty tears apart a young airman.
A training exercise has Steve and his men from Big Thunder making a rendezvous with another unit over the mid-Atlantic.
Steve tries to save Major Williston from his plane wreckage before it explodes.
Capt. Dennis Parker, a Korean war veteran arrives at Big Thunder in a state of shock.
An Indian ruler is a guest on the base.
Steve is sent to investigate UFO sightings in Altora, Kansas.
A saboteur is masquerading as a trainee jet pilot at the base.
Steve challenges another pilot in a contest to shoot down jets with guided missiles.