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This is a list of missions that Scott Tracy went on.

Ring of Fire Part 1Edit

After Brains had performed some modifications on Thunderbird 1, Scott took off to help stabilize Sealab I so that Gordon could evacuate the crew.

Ring of Fire Part 2Edit

After the Hood set off earthquakes around the Ring of Fire, Scott and Virgil were sent to Taipei to prevent a solar collector dish from burning the town. Scott uses his jetpack and heads inside the dish, but Brains' schematics are out of date for the mirrors to be turned away from the city. After hearing workers still trapped under the dish, Virgil was sent in to rescue them while Scott cut through the dish's support arm, sending the dish crashing to the ground. However the heat fries Scott's jetpack, and he had to remotely pilot Thunderbird 1 to break his fall.

Space RaceEdit

Scott called into Alan to see how his space junk duty was going, before returning to the building fire he was currently attending.


Scott is sent out to a South African mine when John in Thunderbird 5 detects a radiation leak. He goes to shut down the mine, but investigates further when he realisations that a radiation suit is missing. He discovers Marion Van Arkel, the daughter of the mine's owner, who came to collect uranium for an unknown bidder. Marion shows Scott a secret way up via a staircase, but the staircase ends halfway up the exit. Using Thunderbird 1's cable, Scott manages to hoist the two of them up, but Marion's uranium is dragging them down. After she nearly falls, she realises that she has to dump it and does so. Outside, a storm is brewing and Scott can't keep Thunderbird 1 steady, putting both their lives in danger. The cable snaps, but thankfully Virgil in the Mole shows up just in time to save them.


Scott takes Thunderbird 1 out to help the troubled Fireflash. He checks for external damage and finds none, before overseeing the rest of the rescue.


Scott and Brains fly out to Japan to stop an out of control monorail test train, endangering another passenger train with the use of Thunderbird 1. When the initial attempt fails, Scott has to rely on both John and Brains to stop the train, while he dreads the thought of having to stop the train with the emergency brake which would be like hitting a brick wall.


Thunderbird 5 is hacked by EOS, an AI that originated from old game code written by John. Scott and Lady Penelope discover that the John contacting them is fake. With a backlog to attend to, Thunderbird 1 is launched along with the other crafts to deal with the rescues.


Alan and Kayo, after rescuing Ned Tedford from a solar flare, lose radio contact with Tracy Island. Scott, like his brothers, believe that Alan and Kayo have perished, but radio soon comes back online, and with some help from Brains Thunderbird 3 and its crew make it safely back to Earth.

Tunnels of TimeEdit

Scott and Virgil arrive at the lost temple after they hear word of Gordon, Lady Penelope and Parker becoming trapped inside. After Virgil restrains Scott from striking Professor Harold, the two brothers set up a snake cam to see how everyone is doing inside the temple.


After Virgil and Gordon are knocked out of action by a power surge, Scott in Thunderbird 1 arrives at CIR.R.U.S. to evacuate the crew. A statically charged shock causes Scott to fall off the weather station, and it rises up too high in altitude for another attempt to be made with Thunderbird 1.

Heavy MetalEdit

Scott in Thunderbird 1 is sent out to Switzerland to save a passenger jet that has fallen into a gravity well. After the jet has been saved, Scott helps stabilise Thunderbird 2 with Alan.

Falling SkiesEdit

When the Estrella Grand Space Hotel begins to fall from space, Scott, Kayo and Alan all go up in Thunderbird 3 to the aid of the hotel and it's guests. Scott goes out in one of the pods to check out the damage to the hotel only to find another tear in the structure has been made and he makes the decision to evacuate the passengers and he and Alan preform a high altitude drop-off with Thunderbird 2.


Scott and Alan take Thunderbird 3 to the moon to rescue their dad's old friend Captain Lee Taylor who is stationed on decommissioned lunar base "Alfie" from a meteor shower. When Taylor refuses to leave the base, Taylor employs Scott's assistance to helping him defend the base using the O.D.D.M defense system that was created by Jeff Tracy to protect the base. After the moon base fails to keep the O.D.D.M online, Scott and the captain have to evacuate the moon base, using the Luna rover to escape for the safety of Thunderbird 3.


After lying about an important meeting with the GDF, Scott -along with his other brothers- are waiting around the house for Virgil to return to give him a surprise birthday party.

Heist SocietyEdit

When the Hood tries to make and escape with the Centurium 21, Gordon in Thunderbird 4 wraps a cable around the Hood's submarine and Scott tries to force it to the surface in Thunderbird 1, only to tear the sub apart. The Hood still makes his get away but not with the precious Centurium.


After having back to back missions, Virgil and Scott both take on another one out to the arctic circle to help ground the Aurora generator which has failed to discharge excess energy that it harvests from the Aurora Borealis due to a malfunction in the generator. After being unable to get close enough with Thunderbird 1 and 2, both Scott and Virgil must attempt to reach the generator using the pods. When a heavy storm sets in preventing them from going further, Scott and Virgil have a brief moment of trying to understand why Scott is so determined to risk it all and push himself and his brothers to the limits.

The HexpertEdit

Scott and Virgil are recruited to help find a safe location to drop a large reinforced tirinium vault that houses unstable anti-matter after Parker informs Colonel Casey that while he can break into the vault, there isn't a way to close it. together they remove the vault from the building and drop it down a nearby mine shaft while rescuing Lady Penelope, Parker and the scientist.

Comet ChasersEdit

When watching a rich explorer who gets trapped in the tail of Hailey's comet, Scott and Alan fly out in Thunderbird 3 to try to save them. Scott flies into the comet's tail with a pod to try and reach the 'Solar Wind' to retrieve Fran├žois and his wife Madeline Lemaire - turns out this isn't the first time he has had to rescue the Lemaires, having done so prior to this from the Mariana Trench.

Designated DriverEdit

Scott wakes Alan up and flies him out to the Creighton-Ward Manor for driving lessons.

Chain Of CommandEdit

After rescuing the GDF from a serious bridge disaster, a high up official from the GDF imposes restrictions on International rescue, which prevents Scott and his brothers from preforming rescues. When Thunderbird 2 is forceably grounded with them all inside, they all make the decision that while they have to respect authority, if it prevents them from saving lives then they will risk being labeled as outlaws to be able to preform their duty.

Touch and GoEdit

When the air traffic control system C.A.T.C.H is taken offline, Scott and Virgil are sent out to save a cargo plane from crashing down to earth after a mid-air collision with another plane. Scott dives down to the plane to get inside and secure the safety of the pilot before trying to land the plane, only to have Thunderbird 2 assist in a forced landing when the plane loses both its wings on the way down. After rescuing the pilot, Scott rushes to the aid of Kayo only to arrive as she is rescued from certain death by the Hood and his hubship.


When a covert operation by the GDF goes south, Scott flies out to try and assist Kayo in trying to retrieve the magnet, but when the stolen GDF flyer becomes the more immediate threat to a factory, Scott flies in to get the workers to safety just as the Flyer crashes through the building.


As Kayo is trying to tell the Tracy's something important about herself and her family, the boys all get call outs to rescues at various locations around the world. Upon arrival, Scott can't locate his missing mountain climber, but instead finds a bomb ready to detonate. When the bomb is deactivated, he returns to Thunderbird 1 only to have the craft under the control of the Hood. After the control is reset and given back to the Tracy's, Scott rushes to Tracy Island and it reveled to the brothers that Kayo is The Hood's niece. Scott helps aid in the destruction of the Hood's Hubship on returning to the island and the arrest of their enemy.


When a Geological survey team fall foul to the earthbreaking machine controlled by The Mechanic - Scott, Virgil and Kayo are sent out to rescue the survey team and put a stop to the earthbreaking machine. Scott rescues the survey team, only to end up in the line of danger to be saved by Kayo who stops the machine dead in it's tracks before the Mechanic makes his escape.

Ghost ShipEdit

When John loses contact with Tracy Island on a simple rescue, Scott sends Alan up in Thunderbird 3 to check it out and offer assistance.

Deep SearchEdit

Scott puts Alan in charge of the rescue operation on Europa, saying that Alan needs more experience being able to conduct and lead missions.


With the help of Captain Lee Taylor, International Rescue need to help a space vehicle - the Helius - transporting colonists to Mars. A proton storm cause a systems malfunction and the ship overshoots Mars and heads straight for the asteroid belt. Thunderbird 3 launches with Alan, Scott and Taylor and a POD to fend off the asteroids. When trying to avoid a large asteroid the Helius is damaged and International Rescue must try and find a way to land the ship on Mars, even though it was only designed to orbit the planet.

Up from the Depths Part 1Edit

A survey vehicle stalls at the bottom of the Marianas Trench, just as it discovers an International Rescue prototype vehicle once flown by Jeff Tracy. Gordon takes Thunderbird 4 down to save the crew however, danger awaits in the form of an old foe.

Up from the Depths Part 2Edit

After the Mechanic's ship flees the scene with the TV-21 Scott chases after it but Thunderbird 1 is unable to grab the enemy ship and suffers damage. The Mechanic then steals a GDF vault containing iridium, with Ned Tedford inside, and sends his ship into space. With two Thunderbirds out of commission Thunderbird 3, with help from MAX, is modified with weapons so that Alan can fight the ship while Scott tries to recover the vault and the TV-21. Meanwhile, Kayo, Lady Penelope and Parker head for Scotland to search for the Mechanic.

Lost KingdomEdit

Scott appears at the start of the episode and then briefly at the end.


Using a remote controlled rocket booster Langstrom Fischler tries to bring a comet into Earth's orbit so he can mine it. When the rocket doesn't fire the comet ends up on a collision course with both the Earth and Globe One, a GDF space station with Captain Ridley O'Bannon aboard. While Alan and Virgil take Thunderbird 3 up to the comet and find a way to destroy it John and EOS use Thunderbird 5 to help O'Bannon to move Globe One out of the comet's path.

High StrungEdit

John detects a high altitude balloon heading straight for the Southern Alps in New Zealand and is unable to contact the pilot. At first everyone suspects that Francois Lemaire is the pilot but when Scott boards the craft he discovers that the pilot is a teenager named Brandon Berrenger, who works for Lemaire. When the balloon crashes on top of a mountain Scott and Brandon have to use Brains' new invention, RAD, to get down.

Fight Or FlightEdit

Scott, Virgil, and Kayo assist a plummeting cargo zeppelin with a dangerous loading claw and volatile fuel source that could be deadly if it crashes.


Scott walks in after back to back missions only to be sent back out to K2, but on the way is asked if he can drop Brains off at Hromundartdinhurmindur. instead of landing Thunderbird 1, Scott drops Brains in the RAD down to the volcano from the skies.

Power PlayEdit

Scott has to get inside the dam to rescue the workers trapped inside and climbs through one of the water release pipes. When the Mechanic realises he isn't alone he tries to flush Scott out with the water from the dam and Scott uses his jet pack to keep him steady against the flow of the water. inside the dam Scott meets up with a member of the GDF who helps him get to the civilians only to in turn discover he had been assisted by The Hood who only wanted revenge on The Mechanic.

Bolt from the Blue Edit

Scott in Thunderbird 1 flew above Thunderbird 2 and took damage from the solar energy bolts so Thunderbird 2 could rescue the crew of the cargo plane and the Panda.

Attack of the Reptiles Edit

Scott flew Gordon to the site full of giant lizards. He later used Thunderbird 1 to catch him, Buddy and Ellie Pendergast in a net.

Clean Sweep Edit

Scott flies Thunderbird 1 into the atmospheric cleaning machine to rescue the trapped workers.

The Man from TB5 Edit

Scott rescues John when the building goes down with him on it.

Home on the Range Edit

Scott appears multiple times in the episode, first at training, later in the rescue, and then at the end back at the ranch.

Long Haul Edit

Scott appears at Thunderbird 2's space launch sight and later back at the island watching the rescue progress.

Hyperspeed Edit

Scott arrives at the rescue site in Thunderbird 1 and boards the Hypercar. He later rams it into the one that needs rescuing, and he swaps the batteries of it. He later escapes from the Hypercar with the rescue victims on Thunderbird 4. He later declines a interview offer in a humorous manner.

Brains vs. Brawn Edit

Scott goes out to where the emergency beacon is only to find the victim is the Hood. But Grandma tells him to rescue the Hood. Later, Thunderbird 1 is being hit by the laser fired by Project Sentinel. He then hands it over to Thunderbird Shadow. When Thunderbird 2 comes to take The Hood off FAB 1, Thunderbird 1 then takes it off Thunderbird 2, and they end up passing the Hood around. He then appears near the end of the episode when the Hood and the Mechanic are arrested.