In post–Civil War Texas, a military scout is torn between his Native American culture and his loyalty as a soldier.
In the years following the American War Between the States, West Texas is receiving waves of new settlers—and a growing military presence to protect them. Holton Lang, a half-Native American former military scout who lives peaceably with the Mescalero Apache, is promoting the tentative harmony between the US cavalry and the Native American population.
When the delicate peace is broken, Holton is asked to negotiate a new agreement with the US military at Fort Davis. But he can only do so much. Brave and proud, Stalking Wolf joins other hostile warriors in bloody warfare against the white settlers and blue-coated military. Leaving behind his Apache wife, Holton journeys back to his former home in white civilization for talks of peace. When the battle becomes personal, Holton is finally forced to confront the chasm that separates the two worlds into which he was born.
In the tradition of the classic John Ford and John Wayne cavalry pictures, West to Bravo evokes an era of classic Western fiction and paints an exciting and touching tale of one man stuck in the middle of a terrible conflict.