An old high school buddy of Rice's is now a private in his platoon.
Rice rescues a woman from attackers in a dark alley only to have her tell the police that he was one of them.
Rice goes undercover as a private to investigate reports that a drill sergeant is brutalizing recruits.
Rice is assigned as an aid to a cantankerous general and has to fend off the advances of a love-struck teenaged damsel.
Just to look at guest star Neville Brand, whose tough roles far outnumber his sympathetic ones, is enough to frighten the average man. Here he plays a general who gives our lieutenant hero (Gary Lockwood) a really rough time when he is mistakenly assigned as temporary aide to the general, who is already excited because he is under senatorial fire. As if that isn't enough, the lieutenant has the added problem of escaping an amorous young miss (Linda Evans). Brand is very good in his cold-eyed military role, and playing his sympathetic wife is Sheila Rogers.
Rice tries to get to the truth of the matter about a fight between a private and a corporal who both gave the exact same story in the exact same words.
While participating in an air-infantry exercise, Rice discovers that he gets airsick.
Gossip abounds when Rice begins working on a dance committee with the wife of a fellow officer.
Rice and his squad receive training in guerilla tactics from an advisor who demands realism in the training and who soon forgets that he's not back in combat.
Rice tries to help a pal woo a damsel but develops a crush on her himself.
A female Vietnamese officer, assigned to combat training, is determined to prove herself the equal of any man.
At a court-martial, Rice is assigned to defend a friend accused of a hit-and-run.
Rice has his wooing of a damsel interrupted by a battle alert and this time it's not a drill.
Rice is assigned to whip a platoon of misfits into shape.
Captain Rambridge is astonished when a ten year old Korean orphan arrives on his doorstep saying that he's her new father.
A Marine Corps veteran, who's now a writer, plans an article on the "soft" peacetime Corps.
Rice has the unenviable task of escorting the body of a young Marine killed on maneuvers back to his hometown.
Rambridge's ex-wife unexpectedly arrives at Camp Pendleton after a separation of several years in order to determine whether or not the couple's divorce was a mistake.
Temporarily paralyzed in an automobile accident, Rice bristles at the attention given to him by an admiral's daughter whom he suspects of being insincere.
A veteran sergeant begins having second thoughts after proposing marriage to his longtime galpal.
During maneuvers, Rice has to work with a helicopter pilot whom he's disliked since their days at Annapolis.
Rice must deal with the issue of racism inside his platoon.
A former Marine does not want to accept a job as a technical advisor for a movie being made about the wartime exploits of his platoon.
Assigned to Shore Patrol duty, Rice releases a Marine picked up for fighting with sailors against the advice of more experienced colleagues.
Another officer takes temporary charge of Rice's platoon and uses the unit to further his own personal ambitions.
A writer who dislikes officers accuses Rice of causing a Marine's death in training maneuvers.
As the public relations man in a training film, Rice is assigned to keep an eye on a hot-tempered but smokin' hot starlet who's agreed to appear in the film.
After recommending an enlisted man for a commission, Rice discovers that there's a security risk in his immediate family.
At a missile test site disguised as a civilian technician, Rice gets caught in the middle of a conflict between a rebellious scientist and a security officer.
Sent to Vietnam on a top-secret mission, Rice gets his first taste of combat when his helicopter is shot down.