A WWII bomber pilot, hell-bent on revenge for Pearl Harbor, disappears at the Hiroshima explosion and reappears decades later—unaware of the time jump—unaware his atrocious weapon is about to unleash a racial genocide.
DEAN leads a troop in a B-25 with an experimental weapon on a one-way mission to Japan. The Hiroshima A-bomb triggers Dean’s bomb, and the B-25 disappears and reappears in the same place, with a crew that has no idea that they jumped into 2020. Pentagon finds out about the B-25, decides to keep everything under the radar, and orders the US Air Force base in Japan to take care of the problem.
The Japanese send their jets on a hunt after Dean’s B-25 thinking it is a test plane with a cloaking device. Dean and his team find them in the middle of a deadly hunt in a plane with no weapons and an unstable bomb, which mysteriously protects them. Convinced they were still in 1945, Dean outperforms his hunters and leaves them stunned when a Navy technician discovers that Dean’s bomb must explode on the ground if they want to prevent even a bigger catastrophe. Dean does his best to avoid a missile launched at his plane when the Japanese find out what the real mission of the B-25 is, and order their fighter jets to take out the B-25.
The chaos in the sky settles down, and Dean and his crew realize in which year they are. Their escort leads them to a Russian supercarrier whose captain plans to defect to America. After a risky landing, Dean and his teammates unite with their hunters on a brand new ship, which got a new owner, the flag of the USA.