A special-operations mission in Pakistan goes wrong; JT suspects a spy in E-Ring.
JT is celebrating his promotion to the rank of colonel when he and the Special Ops team learn that an officer has been kidnapped in Spain.
While JT and his team investigate war criminals in Sarajevo, the attorney they are guarding is poisoned.
JT and his SOD team deal with bioterrorism after an illegal lab producing a plague is discovered in Amsterdam.
On Christmas Eve, JT learns that a Taliban force is advancing on an Afghan village that aided Delta in the past and orders a Special Ops humanitarian and relief mission to the area.
McNulty and JT learn that a Navy SEAL, thought to be dead, is still alive, so they immediately plan to rescue him but cannot get past the civilian oversight board.
JT and a Special Ops team must aid the FBI when a radical Christian group takes over a mosque and keeps its members hostage.
JT discovers Angie's attackers and must finish a job they started together years ago.
Angie is in a life-threatening situation, and she can leave JT only one clue as to what is happening to her.
JT challenges his superiors' reasons for placing a known terrorist on the capture/kill list and learns that politics in the Pentagon can be deadly.
Two Marines accused of raping a woman in Surinam face certain death unless JT can convince the Pentagon elite to take action.
Africa experiences another threat of genocide, and JT struggles with the politics of the Pentagon, which does not see it as a priority.
McNulty puts JT in harm's way to deal with a Special Forces team that may be treading on Iranian soil illegally.
McNulty and his staff must act quickly to keep a terrorist ally from slipping away; JT must send his friends into harm's way when a high-risk mission requires the best of the special-ops teams.
Maj. Jim Tinewski must convince his superiors at the Pentagon and the Joint Chiefs of Staff that the United States should risk war with China to rescue an American operative.