Jason protests that someone planted the knife on him and asks Charlie to stand up for him. She just makes a cryface and asks about Billings, the guy she saw him talking to in Atlanta. Jason protests that he was just some Georgian, but even his own father doesn't believe that lie. Aaaaand we're back to square one with Willy and Biff Neville, the drama that chases its own tail and never ends. Jason confesses that Billings is from the Monroe Militia, and he told him that if Jason killed Miles he could have whatever he wanted. It's unclear if that offer came from Monroe, but Jason says he refused it anyway. Miles doesn't believe him and wants to shoot Jason, but Tom stops him. Jason flees. Miles chases him, with Tom on his heels.
Colorado. A militia soldier finds a recently extinguished campfire; while he's distracted, Rachel jumps on his back and strangles him to death with her belt.
Fort Hanson. Miles is just wandering around, kind of looking for Jason, kind of wondering what the ethics are of banging Nora while she's still all hallucinatey. He comes across John, who holds up the bloody switchblade and says Jason didn't kill the pilot and Ramsey -- the switchblade has a manufacturer's mark on it from Annapolis. "Know anyone who's been to Annapolis lately?" he asks, just before Jim jumps out from wherever he was hiding and shoots John. Guess that bag o' guns wasn't too secure after all.
Miles and Jim fight, then Miles uses his betrayed voice to say, "Jim.". You'd think Miles would be just a touch more jaded, considering all the people he's killed and/or screwed over and lives he's destroyed, but when it comes to his friends, seriously, the dude is made of tapioca. Jim's all, remember how you ruined my Stephen King-lovin' life? He confesses that the militia has his wife and they've threatened to kill her. Miles deduces that Jim was the leak that led the drones to them in Kentucky. Jim says his orders were to kill Miles, Neville, Ramsey, and John. Miles is still oddly fixated on how Jim used to be his friend. They fight, but just as Jim is about to fillet Miles, Jason shoots him dead. He walks outside to where his father was watching the fight, and brushes by Tom without a word.
Nora fixes the helicopter and tells Miles he looks like ten miles of bad road. She thanks him for being on her side. He climbs into the pilot's seat while the rest of their diminished rescue crew loads up. Charlie apologizes to Jason, who's still sore as hell about the whole you'll-make-out-with-me-but-you-won't-trust-me-not-to-murder-your-genocidal-uncle thing. Neville powers up the amplifier, Miles switches on the helicopter, and they explode into a fireball. Eh, just kidding.