This film presents the Grumman A6-E Intruder; a twinjet all weather attack air craft first produced in 1960 and which had first seen action in the Vietnam War although it’s service continued into the 1990’s. From a Naval Carrier vessel (:19), a carrier strike is to take off for a simulated attack mission at night. The attack and support craft on the vessel are zoomed in on (:27). Pilots are briefed on their upcoming mission below deck (:33) and weather forecasts are reviewed (:40). On the mission, troops are instructed to keep an eye on the railroad trestle on their way out for any moving trains (1:03). As the mission was to be conducted at night, forces were to utilize their targets on the TRAM system (1:34). This stands for the target recognition attack multi sensor and it is equipped with three sensors (1:48). A shot follows from behind the center window of the forward-looking infrared device known as the FLARE (1:50). This had the ability to sense the variations in heat in any object (1:56). The image thrown from it follows (2:03) of a vessel as whole images were viewed rather than radar blips (2:06). The laser ranger is pointed to which provides a target range to an onboard computer (2:17). The designator (2:24) directed laser guided bombers to their targets. The laser receiver (2:36) receives the target from a ground troop known as the forward air controller (FAC). The FAC is seen illuminating the target with a laser designator (2:46). The A6-E is seen preparing to launch its laser guided weapons (3:06) towards it’s first target of the railroad trestle (3:12). The Intruder swings in low towards its target to avoid being located by enemy radar (3:27). The air crafts terrain clearance system is pointed to (3:30) as it moves over hill tops (3:37). Footage is then provided of a shot of the terrain ahead viewed through the forward-looking infrared receiver (3:41). A damn site that had been chosen as a checkpoint passes by (3:51). As the craft nears the target, the laser range finder is activated (4:12). This is where the railroad would be hit though the film shows no explosion as it is a simulated attack (4:17). After the trestle was to be hit, the FLARE system assesses bomb damage (4:28). A second run is to be completed and the FAC is seen calling in the target (4:36). The target location is transmitted to the Intruder (4:46). The craft switches to TRAM imagery in order to positively identify the target (4:54). After the attack is completed, reconnaissance is conducted (5:10). The infrared system is seen utilized over oil drums showing the level of fluid in the drums (5:20). The laser ranger improved weapon deliveries (5:55) and the laser designator, along with guided missiles ensured accuracy of strikes (6:01). The film concludes with the Grumman logo (6:21).