An attack of a private plane immediately after it lands, turns out to be a terrorist takedown of the secret army transfer of terrorist, Ala A Din Keshwar. NCIS: LA gets called in because Keshwar is the man Dom's captors wanted released. NCIS didn't know the Army had him in custody, much less that they were transferring him. Tempers run high in a jurisdictional war with Army Major Rick Medina, as they try to find Keshwar before he escapes the country. They track down the van Keshwar left the airport in, and Medina has his men charge it, against Callen's orders not to. As Callen predicted, the van was a trap with a suicide bomber driver, who blew up the van and the men who got close to it. Using NCIS: LA's tracking resources, Sam pushes to find Moe, the Sudanese "lost boy" he sponsored to get in the country; Moe has knowledge of the organization that freed Keshwar. Sam finds Moe, restores Moe's trust and learns Moe got back into the country on a Turkish ship. Callen suspects that Keshwar will use the same route to disappear and they race to the port. Improvising a quick undercover ruse, Callen and Kensi get close to the ship, however, Medina shows up at the last minute, nearly blowing their operation. Turns out Medina sold out for money and was trying to help Keshwar escape.