An 11-year-old girl seeks revenge when McCord (Chuck Connors) kills her bank-robbing father. Guest star: Lola Albright.
A freight-line owner tries to murder McCord. Guest stars: Lola Albright, John Ireland.
McCord (Chuck Connors) thwarts assassination attempts against a presidential candidate. Guest star: Burgess Meredith.
McCord (Chuck Connors) discovers who is behind the plot to assassinate the president. Guest star: William Bryant.
McCord goes under cover to learn who is planning to kill President Grant.
A teenager and his companions rob McCord. Guest star: Dolores Del Rio.
Gen. George Custer orders an attack against the Indians. Guest star: Robert Lansing.
McCord (Chuck Connors) is successful at stopping one Indian outbreak, but can't prevent a second eruption.
President Grant asks McCord to help prevent a war with Indians. Guest stars: Robert Lansing, David Brian.
McCord (Chuck Connors) jeopardizes his life to prevent an epidemic. Guest star: Patricia Medina.
McCord (Chuck Connors) is in the middle of a battle between two cattle barons. Guest star: Rod Cameron.
McCord (Chuck Connors) steps in to prevent a friend's hanging. Guest star: Beau Bridges.
After killing a gunman, McCord is appointed sheriff by grateful townspeople. Guest star: Mona Freeman.
McCord looks back on his days as an Army lieutenant. Guest star: James MacArthur.
McCord (Chuck Connors) is hired as a bodyguard for an actor with criminal intentions. Guest star: Martin Landau.
McCord (Chuck Connors) finds a girl near death. Guest star: Bruce Dern.
McCord searches for a gold shipment that mysteriously disappeared en route to Washington. Guest star: Harry Townes.
McCord (Chuck Connors) is instrumental in getting an orphanage built.
McCord's life is in danger as he continues to side with a band of Gypsies.
McCord (Chuck Connors) sparks a town's anger when he befriends Gypsies. Guest star: Gary Merrill.
Bank robbers take McCord hostage. Guest star: Lloyd Bochner.
McCord (Chuck Connors) stars in a short-lived circus act. Guest stars: Dick Clark, Pat O'Brien.
McCord is forced into a duel. Guest star: Greg Morris.
Apaches attack McCord and a group of inexperienced soldiers. Guest star: Greg Morris.
McCord (Chuck Connors) turns a shunned undertaker into a hero. Guest star: J. J Pat O'Malley.
A man claims he can prove McCord's innocence. Guest star: Michael Rennie.
Two prospectors scheme to steal McCord's land survey report, which confirms evidence of a lot of gold and oil in Alaska.
Townspeople are forced to admit their prejudice against an Indian woman who is raising a seemingly orphaned boy.
A gunman is led to mistakenly believe that he's a hero.
McCord tries to protect a newspaper publisher who refuses to support Paul Mandell for public office.
McCord helps an Apache leader who is the target of a bigoted major.
McCord finds himself on a stagecoach with one of the officers from his court-martial and a prisoner who is going to be hung.
McCord's latest job takes a nightmarish turn when he is beaten and robbed.
McCord battles thirst and Indians en route to an Army hospital.
A West Point cadet attempts to prove that McCord isn't a wartime coward.
A religious fanatic tracks down McCord to avenge his eldest son's death.
A young woman claims McCord left her brother to die in the war.
Jason meets the family of the first man he ever killed and sees how deeply the living were wounded.
McCord's mission almost ends in death when the commanding officer recognizes him.
McCord is sent on a secret mission to break up a gang of Mexican outlaws attacking American soldiers.
The president wants to meet with McCord while he is in Washington to offer him a mission that could avert a war with Mexico.
Five men hope to control a town when they find everyone has run off to a silver mine to get rich.
McCord confronts a bully who is the source of a widow's problems.
Jason is "arrested" by a bounty hunter who announces some unknown man has put $5,000 on his head.
McCord is almost hanged when he tries to help a terrorized town.
Jason McCord steps in when a priest is attacked by four Indians.
A newspaperman (Claude Akins) is determined to label McCord a coward.
Set in the 1880s, this series revolves around Jason McCord, a man dismissed from service after being falsely accused of cowardice. This episode: Jason aids a dying man in the desert.