Major Jack Temple leads the low Squadron on a raid to bomb the flying Bomb (V2) assembly plant at Laon. His aircraft "The Lucky Lady" is hit and he is forced to bail out with his crew. Major Temple and 4 of his crew (Kinner, Nichols, Weinstock & Moody) are captured and taken before Oberst Alfred Hoeptner, the commander of the Laon facility. Hoeptner decides that he is going to keep the men prisoner at the factory to prevent them from being bombed. Major Temple states that it is a violation of the Geneva Convention, and Hoeptner aggress hoping that the Americans will file a protest with the Red Cross. All he needs is a little time to close down the factory and move the machinery elsewhere. Back at Archbury, Frank & Harvey are listening to Lord Haw Haw's broadcast outlining the capture of Temple and the fact that he and his men are being held at Laon. Frank and Harvey head off to the officers club, and when Harvey suggests darts, Savage comes up with the idea of pinpoint bombing the target.
Back at Laon, Temple notices that Germans seem to be evacuating everything but one building. They are using Temple and his men to cover the fact that they are still manufacturing the bombs. When a recon plane sent by Savage flies over, Temple and his men form a straight line pointing to the building. Savage realizes what they are doing in the photograph and convinces Crowe to let him try to hit the target with a single plane before the 100 plane saturation bombing raid takes place. In Laon, Temple and his men try to escape, and Moody is killed. Realizing that Temple pointed out the building to the recon plane, Hoeptner moves the equipment. When the bombing raid starts, Hoeptner moves Temple and his men out of the compound so they won't be killed. During the raid Temple and his men get a chance to escape, and Temple has the opportunity to kill Hoeptner but does not and instead knocks him out. After ordering his men to escape, Temple goes back to show the bombers which building to bomb. He steals a fuel truck leaving a blazing trail pointing to the correct building. Hoeptner regains consciousness and shots Temple dead trying to stop him, then dying himself in the flames. Savage bombs the correct building and back at Archbury learns of Temple's death. He recommends Temple for the Medal of Honor and as the episode closes Savage struggles over a letter to Temple's wife aided by Harvey.