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D.G. Bogard, a ruthless agent for a rival organisation to the FIRM plans a high intensity satellite survey which he is sure will unearth Airwolf’s hiding place. Hawke has to find a new hiding place for Airwolf. Bogard is determined to find the super copter at any cost. He threatens to blow him and Airwolf up if Hawke does not surrender the chopper. But Hawke is not ready to give up Airwolf--not without a fight.

Meanwhile Dominic responds to a mayday call and picks up Antonia "Tony" Donatelli, a lady pilot whose small plane had made a forced landing. He really does not want to be held up by her, and he is suspicious of her being out there in such an isolated area but he agrees to give her a lift. Hawke is also suspicious of her but then he has the idea that she might help him evade Bogard.[1]

Episode summary

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Story Locations

Aerial Boneyard at Mojave Air and Space Port [2]

Aircraft seen

  • Airwolf
  • Bell 206 JetRanger - belonging to Santini Air and 3 others in olive drab belonging to Bogard.
  • Bell 206L LongRanger - Angel 1 and a silver colored one belonging to Bogard callsign Black Leader.
  • Boeing-Stearman PT-17 - Antonia's aircraft
  • McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom - stock footage. Two F-4s callsign Silver Flight are sent by Bogard to pursue Airwolf
  • Douglas A-4 Skyhawk - stock footage.
  • Boeing B-52 - stock footage of final bomb run.
  • Douglas C-133 Cargomaster - Hawke hides Airwolf under the wing of one at the aircraft boneyard
  • Other aircraft in the background at the aircraft boneyard:[3]
    • Lockheed T-33
    • Boeing 707
    • Douglas DC-8
    • Convair C-131 Samaritan
  • Skylab - stock footage of Skylab is used to represent a surveillance satellite

Firearms seen

Research Notes

  • This episode features a briefing from File A56-7W - [2] just after the beginning credits

Guest stars/Recurring cast

  • Kathleen Lloyd as Antonia "Toni" Donatelli
  • Lance Legault as D.G. Bogard
  • Deborah Pratt as Marella
  • Jeff MacKay as Sergeant Willie Nash
  • Hank Brandt as Colonel Ellinson
  • James Edgcomb as Agent Dickens
  • Peter J. McKernan as Pilot


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