Following a bombing attack, Alex (Gerald Anderson) lends his computer expertise by helping the military track the terror group’s online activities. While on his mission, Alex finds a new friend in Olan (Ketchup Eusebio), a righteous soldier who advises him to go after his heart’s desire of joining the army.
While on the way to the barracks after a day’s data gathering, Alex and the troopers led by Olan are ambushed. Olan and a number of uniformed men die in the encounter while Alex survives, albeit wounded after exchanging bullets with the enemies.
Haunting memories of the tragic incident flash on Alex’s mind. Thinking about Olan and the other dead soldiers drown him in misery. This intensifies his desire to join the military. Alex tries to go back to his work in the office but nothing seemed normal anymore. He is still in trauma and deeply frustrated knowing that there are uniformed men risking their lives for the safety of others including his.
Minda (Mickey Ferriols) is full of worry as she listens to Alex’s sentiments while Dante (Rommel Padilla) asserts his disapproval. Alex attempts to explain his side further, pushing Elmer (Vin Abrenica) to his limits. A furious Elmer storms to Alex and initiates a brawl but the latter displays his usual composure. Alex tries hard to avoid Elmer’s anger while Minda panics and begs Dante to stop their sons. As the clash ends, Minda wishes to run after Alex but Dante forbids her from doing so.
Later, Minda apologizes to Alex and asks him to extend his patience towards Elmer. A touching conversation happens. Alex thanks his foster mother for all the love he received since the beginning. Minda replies in a manner full of compassion, saying she doesn’t ask anything from Alex in return.