The sixth season premiere of Army Wives took Lifetime by storm on Sunday night after its ten-month hiatus, with back-to-back premiere episodes that pitted the characters against a natural disaster.

In "Winds of War," the first of the two premiere episodes, a hurricane hits Fort Marshall just as the base has been decommissioned and everyone is preparing to leave. Roxy (Sally Pressman), already struggling with moving away from her friends and family, must now struggle to protect herself and her son from an increasingly dangerous storm.

The following episode, "Perchance to Dream," deals with the aftermath of the hurricane and the resulting life-threatening conditions. In the episode, General Fleming (Mike Pniewski) reveals to Major-General Holden (Brian McNamara) that Fort Marhsall will get a last-minute reprieve due to more extensive damage suffered at Fort Hope. "Hell," he said. "It'll take six months and a boatload of money just to get Fort Hope up to 40 percent capacity."

You can catch Army Wives Sundays at 9 p.m. on Lifetime.

Watch a clip from the premiere here:

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