23-year old Marshall Stone was a U.S. flyboy stationed in England who had numerous bombing raids during World War II. When his B-17 crash-landed in a Belgian field near the France border, he left his wounded crewmates behind and hid into the woods to escape the German troops. After that, Marshall had to rely by the kindness of some Belgian and French citizens who risked their lives to help him evade the Nazis.
Decades later and facing the end of his career as an airline pilot, Marshall is having the urge to go back to the crash site and find those people who helped him. Most of all, he wants to search for that girl in a blue beret who was courageous enough to protect and guide him through Paris. Upon his return to the site, Marshall finds himself draw back in time. In his journey however, astonishing revelations about the people he knew during the war starts to unfold but none more electrifying and inspiring than the story of the girl in blue beret.