The Stooges get up to their usual shenanigans in this collection of six armed forces-related shorts. In "Boobs in Arms" (1940), the boys are enlisted in the army by a jealous husband. In "Back From the Front" (1943), they explode a torpedo and find themselves on a Nazi warship. "G.I. Wanna Go Home" (1946) finds them living in a vacant lot after being discharged. In "Wee Wee Monsieur" (1938), Moe, Larry, and Curly join the French Foreign Legion after failing as artists in Paris. In "No Dough Boys" (1944), they are mistaken for Japanese soldiers after posing in makeup for a magazine ad. Finally, in "Dizzy Pilots" (1943), trouble abounds when the Stooges try to prove they can fly an airplane.