When Tim goes missing, Holly reaches out to the tribe and Tim's platoon for help; Denise catches Michael in a compromising position.
Latasha worries about Quincy's future in the Army; Gloria agrees to go out on a date with Hector, but is torn when Patrick asks for a second chance.
The men return from Afghanistan; Holly is excited to reunite with Tim; Quincy's injuries jeopardize his army career; Gloria welcomes Hector home.
The troops get orders to return to Fort Marshall; Maggie bonds with Caroline; Latasha worries about unexpected expenses; Hector gets some sad news.
The tribe gathers for Claudia Joy's dedication ceremony; Denise gets caught up in a hospital emergency; Michael and Kat bond at a non-work function.
The tribe falls short of their fundraising goals for Claudia Joy's garden until Gloria discovers Holly has a hidden talent that could help them.
After an awkward conversation with Jackie, Gloria calls things off with Patrick; Denise tries to help ease the tension between Gloria and Jackie.
Denise helps Michael sort through Claudia Joy's clothes; Eddie's impending deployment prompts Caroline to insist on living with her real mother.
Gloria meets a new man; Jackie's son reveals surprising news; Denise and Frank celebrate their anniversary apart; Holly is unable to talk to Tim.
Joan is disappointed to be pulled from combat; Latasha's son is rushed to the emergency room; Gloria receives her divorce papers.
Denise has her hands full; Latasha, Maggie and Denise come together when their boys get into trouble; Jackie worries about Kevin's return to battle.
The group comes together to say goodbye to a loved one; Roxy and Gloria befriend a young Army wife; Roland has an opportunity to expand his research.
The people of Fort Marshall mourn the loss of one of their own.
The seventh season of Lifetime's hit drama Army Wives will see new challenges to the tribe, including a heartfelt and final goodbye to one of their own in one of the series' most dramatic and pivotal moments.
The group learns that Fort Marshall is merging with an air force base; the troops deploy to Afghanistan; Joan makes a decision about her career.
Roxy and Trevor prepare for a new future; Roland and Joan argue; Kevin takes out his frustration over his condition on Sophie.
Roxy (Sally Pressman) struggles with the suicide of one of her FRG members, in this scene from episode 9.
Denise tries to find out who is to blame for a little girl s broken wrist.
The cast of Army Wives disagree over who is the most sensitive character, in this behind the scenes from episode 6.
Roxy (Sally pressman) and Pamela's (Brigid Brannagh) families find it difficult to exist under one roof.
Joan (Wendy Davis) and Roland (Sterling K. Brown) face the fallout when adopted son David's HIV status becomes public, in these highlights from episode 6.
Trevor (Drew Fuller) fills in the approaching negotiator on the tense situation he finds himself in, in this scene from episode 9.
As new leader of the FRG (Family Readiness Group), Roxy (Sally Pressman) turns to Denise (Catherine Bell) for help, in this scene from episode 8.
Cut down about when Audrey Whitaker helps General Holden get his third star she expects payback.
Roxy (Sally Pressman) is shocked by the spending habits of one of her FRC members.
Claudia Joy (Kim Delaney) and Michael (Brian McNamara) discover just what it will take for Michael to become Core Commander, in these highlights from Episode 4.
The cast of Army Wives discuss how they got started in their acting careers and what it is like to be on the set of Army Wives.
Frank Sherwood (Terry Serpico) relives his time in Africa in his nightmares.
Joan (Wendy Davis) and Michael (Brian McNamara) discuss Claudia Joy's (Kim Delaney) absence, in this scene from episode 8.
The cast of Army Wives discuss what might have been their other professions if they hadn't become actors.
Kim Delaney, Catherine Bell and the rest of the cast discuss which characters they would and wouldn't want to be stuck with during a hurricane.
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