Anywhere anytime with Martin Caidin is usually above or below ground level and filled with action-packed vocables (blazing; searing; smashed; crashed; dazzling; racketing; crackling in 11 lines) and if you'd eliminate them you'd have a pretty simple scenario about Matt Bowden, freelance flyer, who is recruited by Dutch Ryland presumably to shoot some travel films but actually to ferry guns and bombs and rockets to a new independent African country. And his girl--Diane--and his friend who almost does them in. . . . Gutsy to be sure; disembowling for surer.