The town drunk (FRANK McHUGH) is allowed to pose as F Troop commander during his daughter's visit.
Chief Wild Eagle (FRANK DE KOVA) fakes an attack on Fort Courage to keep his tribe in good standing with the Indian Council.
O'Rourke (FORREST TUCKER) is promoted to Lieutenant, endangering his secret business ventures.
Parmenter's (KEN BERRY) domineering mother (JEANETTE NOLAN) wants him transferred to a safer post.
Nearsighted Vanderbilt (JOE BROOKS) wins a marksmanship contest with the help of Wrangler Jane (MELODY PATTERSON).
Agarn (LARRY STORCH) alone keeps seeing an Indian sneaking about the fort, but fellow troopers believe he has Indian fever.
O'Rourke (FORREST TUCKER) installs Agarn (LARRY STORCH) as fort cook so they can profit from inflating the food supply lists.
O'Rourke (FORREST TUCKER) and Agarn (LARRY STORCH) have a dispute, which divides the whole troop.
The men of F Troop discover they are not in the army and take off into the carefree civilian world.
Sergeant O'Rourke's (FORREST TUCKER) past catches up with him at a 25th anniversary party arranged by army friends.
Agarn (LARRY STORCH) resigns from the army to follow a beautiful gypsy (ZSA ZSA GABOR), who told him he's a gypsy king.
Chosen by army brass to test a top-secret bulletproof vest, F Troop is infiltrated by spies.
The peaceful Hekawis win a battle at last, after a bloodthirsty major (ANDREW DUGGAN) orders them massacred.
Parmenter (KEN BERRY), with the help of an inventor (GEORGE GOBEL), plays poker to win back F Troop's lost pension fund.
Corporal Agarn (LARRY STORCH) goes on a manhunt for the notorious bandit El Diablo (LARRY STORCH), his look-alike cousin.
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