“Pacifism isn’t always the moral course. The moral course (in World War II) was to resist the aggression. (Stalin) made Hitler look like a second story man, but because the world was tired of fighting for what was morally right, millions more had to die.”
(1996) Trapped in a flooding basement with seven other people after a building collapses, Yellowjacket emergency volunteer Gordon McKittrick despairs over his limited medical skills while a fellow volunteer struggles to rescue them.
(1996) Tempted by his former gang members to join in the carousing on Devil's Night one last time, Yellowjacket volunteer Ben Varga witnesses the torching of an old building and is horrified when several children are critically injured.
(1996) Comforting rookie pitcher West Rideout when he injures his shoulder, Yellowjacket volunteer Lydia Malcolm is astonished when West confesses that he has fallen in love with her and will not take no for an answer.
(1996) Caring for a prematurely born infant and its mother, who is suffering from an infection and can only see her baby through a glass wall, Barina is tempted to bend the rules in order to ease the bereaved mother's suffering.
(1996) Embarking on a wilderness challenge with their fellow Yellowjackets, greenhorn volunteers Ben Verga and Gordon McKittrick are soon lost and in trouble, a situation that is complicated when they discover a kidnapper's hideaway.
(1996) Believing that she is prepared to handle anything in her duties as an emergency volunteer, teenage Yellowjacket Lydia Malcolm confronts unexpected feelings of self-doubt when someone close to her is critically injured.