Roy Cook has plans to erect a casino on San Clemente Island, only he is murdered before he gets the project off the ground.
After Scott gets grounded, Tom Drake fills in for him in Scott's plane only to put it in the ground, prompting Bertilli to risk his own life to find out why the pilots are blacking out.
As Zeke is flying from Monterey, Mexico to California, he picks up what sounds like a distress call from Bertelli.
Bertelli is not liking the new Blue Angels public information officer Sid Templeton and hassles him so strongly that he brings down the wrath of the boss on his own head.
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Always happy to help a fellow pilot, Bertelli suspects sabotage after inspecting a crop duster's plane when the insects aren't affected by spraying.
The Blues become involved in a project that takes food, medicine and supplies to the victims left after the Korean war.
After Scott's father is killed in a factory explosion, he and Bertelli investigate the case to see if it was an accident or if it was arson.
The Blues go undercover, in a sense, when they are assigned to drill their carrier landing abilities, but at the same time, test the intelligence officers who are stationed on board.
During a time of reflection, Bertelli and Scott remember back to when they first met during the Korean conflict.
Stuck in a small town with nothing to do, Bertelli and Scott run into retired Navy man Walter Hadley, who's about to spark a lot of action in tomorrow's race.
Flying around in fast jets, as dangerous as that is, starts to look pretty safe as Bertelli and Scott tour a school that trains fire fighters to jump out of planes into roaring fires.
Surviving a plane crash is one thing, only now Bertelli must ward off hungry sharks until he's rescued.
Bertelli tries to convince Cort Ryker that the Gold Cup race is too perilous for him and his custom built speed boat.
A woman is in danger of dying after not responding to blood transfusions so the Blues come up with their own solution to help out.
Pop Benson is a retired Naval officer and a group have gathered together in a hotel to honor him. Only there's one in the crowd who is not there to do anything but steal.
Bertelli and Scott take off to Miami for some R and R. While there, they meet a couple of rich girls who aren't aware that there's trouble in their expensive suite.
All is not as it seems after Scott rescues a couple of fisherman who have become stranded.
The Blue Angels team take off on a much needed quiet vacation. Only they run into a gang of drug smugglers who don't care about vacations.
A plane without a pilot is on a collision course with downtown Los Angeles, so Bertelli goes after it, hoping to intercept the craft before it crashes.
Scott's younger brother thinks a career as a boxer trumps going to school and getting an education, so the Captain sets out to persuade him he's wrong.
Flying a jet aircraft is a challenge every time you go up. But now Scott has another challenge, to find a helicopter and a doctor for Bertelli who was just struck by a venomous snake and will die soon if they're not successful.
A regular part of a Naval pilot's training routine is desert survival drills in case of the need to bail out inland, only now, it's become a real fight just to live.
Scott and Bertelli meet up with Ann Ryan, the only witness to a murder and who is now in grave danger from the killers, who just happen to show up while they are at a restaurant.
When Commander Donovon replaces the much loved Arthur Richards, resentment runs strong among the Blue Angels, that is until they learn a disturbing truth about their former boss.
Two trainees in the Blues' team have squared off against each other, and during a drill inside a burning building, one of the men sees his opportunity and leaves the other there to be killed in what will look like an accident.
The cold war is in full force as the Blues get the risky order to photograph Lebanese territory, which in a jet, is only moments by air from Communist Russia.
Playboy Charlie Robinson is an amateur pilot and is quite vocal about his dislike for the Blue Angels, which quickly begins to change when he needs their assistance.
The Blue Angels volunteer to fly a child to Colorado for surgery by a specialist only the father is against the use of jet planes.