Captain Mack Hawkins, Lieutenant Ludlow Dooley and the Kiowa-Comanche Detachment of Indian Scouts are sent on a hazardous assignment up into the Rocky Mountains of Montana. Their orders are to protect railroad surveyors coming under fire from hidden snipers. To further complicate matters, a revolution by the Métis against the Canadian government unexpectedly involves Hawkins and his men.
Captain Mack Hawkins, Lieutenant Ludlow Dooley and their Kiowa-Comanche Detachment of U.S. Scouts are dispatched to the Arizona Territory, their mission to put a halt to a series of raids on horse ranches. Neither they nor the U.S. Army realize these crimes are connected to a Native-American religion called the Ghost Dance. There’s a bloodbath in the offing and Hawkins and his men are damned.
Captain Mack Hawkins and his Kiowa-Comanche Scout Detachment are sent to Texas to put a stop to a series of hit and run raids avenging the executions of the Saint Patrick’s Battalion. They quickly discover that the mixture of Irish and Mexican blood produces ferocious and incredibly brave fighting men. It’s a sure bet there’ll be hell to pay before the last bullet is fired.