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By Brian Michael :
Commander Harmon Rabb, Jr. and Lieutenant Colonel Sarah MacKenzie are JAG lawyers, who together investigate and litigate crimes committed by Navy and Marine personnel. Occasionally, they engage in adventurous activities in order to solve their cases. With Rabb's fighter pilot background, and MacKenzie's good looks, they are a hot team both in and out of the courtroom.
By Anonymous:
Lt. Harmon Rabb is a JAG lawyer and is accompanied by Lt. Meg Austin. Together, they solve cases and problems of various kinds. From a psycho who wanted to bomb a cruise ship from a submarine to taking a risky mission of recon photos. Rabb used to be a fighter pilot until he and his co-pilot were in an accident. From then, he became a JAG. Every week he and Lt. Austin have a new case to solve.
By DocRushing:
A lieutenant in the US Navy approaches a pair of diamond merchants in Antwerp, Belgium, and offers to sell them not only a perfect two-carat stone but also as many others as they want. Meanwhile the gem in Meredith's engagement ring attracts attention and arouses curiosity. The admiral traces its history, then he finds the same lieutenant (at the Naval Research Lab) and arrests him for conduct unbecoming and discrediting the service. Mac prosecutes, and Harm and Bud defend. The evidence presents a lurid story. Further, Harm takes custody of Mattie, and he places two birds in the same nest. Harm and Mac continue to talk, and the admiral makes a shattering discovery.
By DocRushing:
Just before Christmas bad financial news arrives at Mattie's hangar, then Harm and Mattie run into resistance to the petition for a guardianship. Mattie's father reappears; the hearing becomes an emotional contest; Mac makes a surprise appearance on behalf of Harm; the court takes the matter under submission. Later Mac speaks with Mattie's father, and he agrees to take a course of treatment and to withdraw his objection to Harm's petition. The admiral's first gift for Meredith becomes destroyed, but PO Coates tries hard to make everything work out. Sturgis continues to deal with his own thinking, and he meets a new friend. Chaplain Turner preaches a Christmas sermon, then the gang returns to the HQ to watch a video feed of the USO show in Iraq. Mac takes Mattie to the Vietnam wall, and Mac gives some good news and some bad news.
By DocRushing:
A woman radar-intercept officer (RIO) disappears at night from an aircraft carrier in the Adriatic Sea. Two lawyers in the JAG Corps of the US Navy, Lt. Harm Rabb and Lt. Caitlin "Kate" Pike, investigate. Two Italian fishermen discover the body of the missing person. Despite resentment and resistance from several sources, Harm and Kate sort through the evidence, and they find the answers. Harm, a former Naval aviator, gets a ride in the back seat in combat aboard an F-14 Tomcat, of the type which he previously flew; while doing so, after the bird sustains damage, and the pilot loses consciousness, Harm flies back to the carrier and makes a successful landing at night.
By DocRushing:
RAdm. Tom Boone, Harm's father's wingman during the Vietnam War, has become nominated to serve as the Commander of the US Sixth Fleet (ComSixthFleet or C6F) and to get his third star. Days before the Senate confirmation hearing for Boone's promotion to vice admiral, the office of the SecNav receives an anonymous hotline tip alleging that Boone has taken part in a massacre of civilians in South Vietnam. Mac and Harm investigate, and Clayton Webb reluctantly lends a hand, even discussing a part of the background of his own father at the CIA. Meanwhile RAdm. Chegwidden continues to have problems while trying to reclaim his impounded car, and Bud returns to work after the tragic turn of events in his family. Harriet seeks more time, support, and attention from Bud. [To be continued.]
By DocRushing:
RAdm. Boone goes on trial in a court-martial on charges related to a massacre of civilians in a village in South Vietnam. Mac and Bud prosecute, and Harm and Loren defend. Clayton Webb produces a surprise witness with surprising testimony. RAdm. Boone contemplates an unexpected change in his career plans. While Bud and Harriet deal with their grief, Harriet wants more support from Bud, yet Bud devotes much attention not to Harriet but rather to his research into the medical questions about their loss. Harm talks separately with Harriet and later with Bud. Meanwhile RAdm. Chegwidden eventually gets back his SUV, but now it needs repairs.
By DocRushing:
Gunny delivers Webb to a small rural hospital, and Harm and Mac return to Ciudad del Este (after Harm's "hard landing" in a forest). Gunny and Webb rejoin Harm and Mac in the city, then they meet again with Hardy, the local CIA man. Sadik, the Islamic drugs-and-arms dealer, kills Hardy's secretary, who has worked as a double agent for Sadik also. While Gunny babysits with Webb, Harm and Mac pursue Sadik, and they even stop a train, but they fail to catch him. Harm and Mac continue to examine and discuss their relationship; Mac predicts that things will never work out between them -- because, she says, each of them wants to be on top, both physically and emotionally. Then they fly back to Washington.
By DocRushing:
Unknown to the CIA, Webb and Mac have become prisoners of a drug-and-arms dealer in Paraguay. Harm asks the admiral to send him officially to Paraguay to rescue Mac, but he declines, so Harm resigns his commission and goes unofficially. Gunny tails Harm, and they meet. The terrorists torture Webb, and they prepare to torture Mac in his presence. However, Harm and Gunny attack the dealer's stronghold. The dealer goes to the cache of missiles while Harm and Gunny free Webb and Mac. Webb needs prompt medical attention, so Gunny drives him toward a hospital, and Harm and Mac attack the stored missiles by using a borrowed aircraft. Meanwhile Bud and Harriet have their own problems while dealing with the events in Paraguay. [To be continued.]
By DocRushing:
A SEAL team rescues a captive US diplomat from Hamas terrorists amid a fierce gunfight in Lebanon; the PotUS himself asks the SecNav to nominate a lieutenant, the OiC of the platoon, for the Medal of Honor. In Coronado, California, Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate the circumstances and the background; however, they have much trouble in learning anything -- because of the refusal of the lieutenant to talk about the incident due to his personal views and attitudes, and because of the refusal of his men to talk due to their perception of his behavior during the rescue. Eventually, though, Harm finds the pieces of the story and puts them together.
By DocRushing:
At night in the Persian Gulf a group of terrorists make a sneak attack on a US Naval warship and explode a weapon, killing five sailors. Upon the arrival of one of the prisoners in the USA, a Marine corporal on a guard detail turns and shoots him on live TV network coverage. Mac and Bud prosecute the corporal for first-degree murder, and Harm defends. However, an "anonymous benefactor" hires a high-priced and high-powered civilian lawyer who also was one of Mac's law professors at Duke. A super-zealous and super-conservative patriot becomes involved -- more than he had intended or expected. Harm gets back his old job, and he helps to solve the mystery.
By Jesse Sanchez:
A marine assigned to a protection detail turns around and shoots the suspect, it's caught on film. Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends. Later a private citizen hires a lawyer for the Marine. Mac finds herself facing off against her former law professor.
By DocRushing:
Harm flies to USS Patrick Henry (CVN-74) for his semiannual carrier qualifications -- scheduled before Mac and Mic set their wedding date -- on the day of the rehearsal. Harm expects to miss the rehearsal and the dinner, but he promises Mac to attend the ceremony. Mic and Bud go shopping together, Mac continues to show ambivalent feelings, and Bud and Harriet have trouble with their car and a cellphone. Harm passes his carquals. Skates has permission for a weekend in Washington with her fiancé. Harm feels a strong need to attend Mac's wedding, the next morning, so Harm and Skates head to Andrews AFB aboard an F-14 Tomcat -- after a thunderstorm begins to form. They encounter problems with both the weather and the aircraft, and they eject. A chopper finds Skates in a rubber boat and hauls her aboard. The admiral and the gang receive the news during the dinner. The episode and the season end while Harm is near his boat but still in the rough sea. [To be continued next season.]
By Jesse Sanchez:
Rabb flies to a carrier a short while before Mac and Brumby's rehearsal dinner. He promises to return in time for the dinner, but his jet encounters bad weather. Rabb and Skates are adrift in the ocean. The rehearsal dinner is more concerned with the rescue/recover of Rabb and Skates than the nuptials
By DocRushing:
Skates is back aboard the carrier and in the sickbay, but both Harm and his inflatable boat are adrift separately in the sea. Both the storm and the rescue efforts continue; eventually a chopper pilot sees Harm, and the crew haul him aboard, but he's in critical condition. After arriving in the sickbay of the ship, Harm arrests, and the medical team have difficulty in reviving him; however, Skates pitches in, and she succeeds in rousing him. Meanwhile, the JAG team gather in their headquarters to await news, and Sarah postpones her wedding -- indefinitely, much to the chagrin of Mic. Sarah makes a major contribution to the rescue. Harm, with trouble with his memory, transfers to the Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Maryland, then he goes to his pad. Mac again shows much uncertainty, and Mic sees the signs and understands them. Mic pulls up his stakes in Washington, and he flies back to Australia. Then Harm receives emotional visits from both Mac and Renee in the same evening.
By DocRushing:
During a test of a new version of a missile, a carrier-based F/A-18 Hornet accidentally fires a missile and destroys an aircraft first described as a North Korean commercial liner in international airspace above the Sea of Japan. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate aboard the carrier; they discover not only the cause of the unintended firing but also a spy message and the spy. During a confrontation with North Korea, a salvage vessel of the US Navy finds the wreckage of the downed aircraft, which proves to be not a commercial liner. Harm takes another ride in a Tomcat, with an atypical passenger under unusual circumstances. Bud and Harriet continue to build a history together.
By DocRushing:
Bud and Harriet hold a dinner party on Christmas Eve in their new house for the JAG gang. Everyone encounters delays or difficulties along the way. Harm and RAdm. Boone lose one ride but rescue a lost aircraft (hauling Toys for Tots), a young Marine couple lose a home but gain a lifetime blessing, RAdm. Chegwidden delivers another baby in his office, three visitors from the East present valuable gifts, a new Naval aviator receives his wings, and Bud and Harriet get bad news and then good news from Santa Claus. PO Coates joins for duty and for dinner. The catered dinner comes from an unexpected source, who remains for the party. Everything eventually works out. Bud invokes, "God bless us every one", then all agree and exchange, "Merry Christmas".
By DocRushing:
Bud and Harriet hold a party on Christmas Eve in their new house for the JAG gang. Everyone runs into difficulties en route, but everything finally works out. Bud invokes, "God bless us everyone "; all agree and exchange, "Merry Christmas".
By Jesse Sanchez:
Harm and Admiral Boone work on some projects on the Coral Sea. The CAG is friendly towards the Admiral, but openly hostile towards Harm. He reveals the source of his anger towards Harm, and warns Harm not to pull any stunts or the CAG will have Harm's wings pulled. Harm and Boone end up having to lead a cargo jet that's lost it's bearings. Bud and Harriet try to host a party, but run short on funds due to some misfiled paperwork. The disbursing officer refuses to help them. JAG HQ plays host for a couple that's been evicted, and the mother is about to have a child, and 3 emissaries search for JAG HQ to learn of the legal system.
By DocRushing:
While a team of Marines aboard a helicopter gunship has a task to protect a relief convoy during a UN peacekeeping program, the Marine captain in charge exceeds the written rules of engagement by directing the pilot to land and his team to seek to capture the leader of a group of rebel combatants. Six of the Marines then die in an ambush. Sturgis prosecutes the captain for dereliction of duty and negligent homicide. Harm and Bud defend him, who says that he has followed an oral "suggestion" from his colonel. Harm ruffles the feathers of Bobbi by issuing a subpoena for her and by calling her to the stand. Meanwhile Mac investigates a case of an unlikely high-tech peeping tom.
By DocRushing:
Two F-14 Tomcats encounter two MiGs on a patrol in a no-fly zone above Iraq, and one of the Tomcats goes down in action; nobody dies. Harm and Mac investigate aboard the host aircraft carrier. The pilot of the surviving Tomcat misses a shot, saying that an unknown voice told him not to fire at the attacking MiG. Harm takes a ride in a Tomcat, and two aviators in another Tomcat run into trouble. Mac not only finds the explanation for a mechanical problem but also suggests a solution to prevent an aircraft from accidentally entering enemy airspace. Everything works out aboard the carrier. Harriet gets a free dinner but runs into much inconvenience.
By DocRushing:
Two F-14 Tomcats encounter two MiGs in a no-fly zone above Iraq, and one of the Tomcats goes down in action; nobody dies. Harm and Mac investigate. The pilot of the surviving Tomcat misses a shot, saying that "a voice" told him not to fire.
By DocRushing:
The Christmas season has arrived, as has much activity. Two Marine MPs arrest a Navy woman petty officer who impersonates Santa Claus and steals money given to charity; Loren prosecutes, and Harm defends. The preliminary hearing is postponed until after Christmas, but the Navy has closed the empty brig, so Harm takes the defendant in his custody. The defendant stays with Mac, and she learns from several, including Chloe, who visits with Mac. Harm finishes rebuilding his Corvette, then it disappears again and soon reappears. Mikey receives word of his appointment to the US Naval Academy. Everyone gathers at the Roberts pad before going to the Christmas Eve worship at the chapel, where Sturgis's father, a retired Navy chaplain, not only preaches but hits the spot. Harm and Mac share a very friendly moment below the mistletoe, and Webb arranges for a huge surprise for Harm.
By Jesse Sanchez:
Harm takes a female Petty Officer into his custody, so she won't have to spend the holiday in the brig. Harm and Turner finish rebuilding his corvette, but it's promptly stolen. Chaplin Turner shows up for Christmas Mass. Webb has a surprise gift for Harm.
By DocRushing:
Someone kills a Naval officer on Okinawa shortly before his ship leaves. Harm is there on leave while changing flights; the admiral directs Harm to the ship; Kate, already on Okinawa for duty, joins Harm; the two investigate; Meg joins them. The victim was well versed in a new computer-based combat-control system aboard his ship, which takes part in war games during the investigation. The new system badly malfunctions, taking control and heading the ship toward North Korea; a welcoming party from shore meets the ship and tries to seize it. Harm and company solve the mystery, and Meg regains control of the ship, which then turns back toward international waters.
By DocRushing:
A Naval officer is killed on Okinawa, and his ship soon encounters major trouble during war games at sea. Harm, Kate, and Meg investigate and solve. A rogue system takes over the ship and runs it toward North Korea, but Meg regains control.
By DocRushing:
An F-14 Tomcat crashes nearby while students watch from a school playground in California. While Harm investigates, he smells a cover-up; he eventually discovers both a second F-14 (previously undisclosed) and a civilian death on the ground (previously unknown); he finally gets some answers about the strange crash and the strange program. Harm negotiates a good settlement for the daughter of the civilian victim; he impresses both a blonde (his assistant in California) and a redhead (the daughter of the victim). Bud's anger-management course degenerates into a fight. Mac beats the general during an annual requal on a pistol range.
By DocRushing:
RAdm. Chegwidden serves as the senior member of the annual selection board for promotion to the rank of captain, and the SecNav brings much pressure to bear on him in favor of Cdr. Ted Lindsey, who now serves on the staff of the SecNav, and who appeared in seasons 1 and 4. The SecNav expresses displeasure with the admiral and threatens bad consequences for him. Tiner achieves much success on behalf of Gunny but gets an unpleasant surprise of his own. In a state court Harm represents a former Marine staff sergeant and drill instructor who faces the strong likelihood of a life sentence because of a three-strike law.
By DocRushing:
The SecNav exerts pressure on the JAG as the senior member of a selection board for promotion to captain, Tiner acts on behalf of Gunny, and in a state court Harm helps a former Marine DI who faces a life sentence due to a three-strike law.
By DocRushing:
It has come to light that Cdr. Carolyn Imes had never passed a bar exam. She goes on trial for fraud and conduct unbecoming; Sturgis prosecutes, and Mac and Bud defend. Mac asks Harm for his help in the Imes matter, and she continues her relationship with Webb, who causes the CIA to fire Harm for his involuntary appearance on worldwide TV. Catherine Gale turns up pregnant. The fixed-base operator at Harm's airport has changed hands, and Harm meets Mattie, the 14-year-old daughter of the ostensible new owners. Harm and Mattie find common areas of interest; Mattie hires Harm for crop-dusting. Harm visits Catherine's mother, and he makes an unsuccessful attempt to start a relationship with Catherine. PO Coates works hard to persuade the admiral to take Harm back. The admiral gives an invitation to Harm, and Harm takes Mattie flying and gives her an invitation.
By DocRushing:
A Navy lieutenant drowns during night maneuvers at sea; he was a Naval aviator temporarily assigned to a Seal team; he was also the son of a woman senator, who expresses much anger, criticism, and frustration toward the Navy. Harm and Meg investigate; the admiral and the senator join them at Roosevelt Roads in Puerto Rico. At first they meet stonewalling and misrepresentation; however, persistence and determination eventually produce the right answers, which lead to a surprising conclusion. Harm twice uses his flying skills.
By DocRushing:
A Naval aviator, while temporarily assigned to a Seal team, drowns at sea; he was the son of a woman senator. Harm and Meg investigate. First they meet stonewalling and misrepresentation, but persistence and determination produce the truth.
By DocRushing:
During an exercise an F-14 Tomcat clips the top of a utility tower in Nevada. The two aviators eject and survive, and the aircraft crashes into a desert; however, burning debris from the crash kills a mother and a baby in a car on an adjacent road. Mac joins them from Washington to represent the pilot, who has requested a lawyer. While Harm recreates the fateful flight, he gives Mac a ride in a Tomcat; she finds it challenging. The evidence appears to implicate the CO of the involved squadron, who was a mentor and one of the instructors of Harm while he was in flight school. In a pretrial hearing Harm prosecutes him, and Mac defends him.
By DocRushing:
While reviewing old criminal convictions, Harm finds a murder case in which the convicted man did not receive effective representation at trial; he obtains a new trial; the prisoner is both a former Navy captain and the father of LCdr. Teresa Coulter; the victim was Teresa's mother, and Teresa believes her father to be guilty. Harm's involvement places serious stress on his friendship with Teresa. In the new trial Mac prosecutes, and Harm and Bud defend. After pursuing several leads and theories, Harm and Bud eventually figure out what killed Teresa's mother. Meanwhile the admiral makes another date, and he helps a woman lieutenant who is the daughter of a dead long-time Navy buddy.
By DocRushing:
USS Chicago made a port visit to Sydney, Australia, 28 years ago, during the Vietnam War. It appears that, after an altercation at a waterfront amusement park, a petty officer from that ship was murdered; at the same time a seaman disappeared from the Royal Australian Navy. Recently, however, local authorities apprehended a man believed to be the missing seaman; they book him for the old murder. At Brumby's request Harm and Bud fly to Sydney because the prisoner asks to speak with a JAG officer of the US Navy; the accused tells Harm that he is the US sailor previously believed to be dead. Harm has trouble while driving in left-hand traffic. Mac escorts back to Sydney the body, long buried in the US, of the one believed to be the US sailor. The Australian judicial system takes jurisdiction. While in Sydney, Mac behaves as the Romans do. [To be continued.]
By DocRushing:
The admiral unexpectedly joins Harm, Mac, Bud, and Mic in Sydney, Australia, and the previous adventure continues. Mic prosecutes the US former petty officer for murder, and Harm defends him; they disagree, Bud becomes caught in the crossfire, and the admiral prescribes a resolution. Courtroom fireworks ensue, and testimony introduces a twist. Mic suggests a social arrangement, and he and Mac make a discovery and a conclusion. Clayton Webb shows up several times in Sydney with different companions, speaking various languages; of course, he's not at liberty to explain. The JAG gang wind up their business in Oz, and they head back to the US.
By DocRushing:
A woman Marine recruit dies under suspicious circumstances during boot camp at Parris Island, South Carolina. Harm investigates while Meg checks out basic training from a different viewpoint -- while undercover as a recruit. Harm soon begins to distrust the official appraisal of the death as an accident. Both Harm and Meg accumulate evidence, and Meg survives threats and attempts against her life and limb. The two of them together assemble the pieces of the truth.
By DocRushing:
A woman Marine recruit dies at Parris Island. Harm investigates while Meg poses undercover as a recruit. Harm distrusts the official appraisal of the death as an accident, and Meg meets threats and attempts against her. They find the truth.
By DocRushing:
A civilian boat violates an exclusion zone while directly approaching an Iraqi offshore oil terminal; it disobeys an order to stop; a US helo fires across the bow, then it disables the rudder; the Iraqi government protests; Harm investigates. While in the Persian Gulf, Harm also does his carrier quals in the F-18 Hornet; while doing so he intercepts a small civilian aircraft on a collision course with an oil rig, and he destroys the bird; unpleasant consequences follow, but it all works out. A Marine gunnery sergeant has commandeered an Iraqi civilian SUV at gunpoint; the owner of the SUV is the son of an Iraqi official who is a friend of the general; that too works out. A new JAG officer joins the gang, Mac quickly forms a dislike toward him, and the dislike increases.
By DocRushing:
Marine gate sentries catch a first-class petty officer with a Stinger missile in the trunk of his car at a fictional submarine base in the Pacific Northwest; officials later find that a second Stinger also is missing. Harm and Meg investigate; at the base they meet Lt. Kate Pike, who was Harm's first partner. While Meg questions the suspect, a brig break takes place, and Meg becomes a hostage. Troops and a chopper pursue the escapees, much shooting follows, and Meg barely avoids drowning. Harm, Meg, and Kate eventually wind up with an armed small satchel-type nuclear weapon; they take it as far as possible from the base before it detonates, and they eventually disarm it.
By DocRushing:
A sailor has stolen two Stinger missiles from a base. Harm and Meg investigate. A brig break takes place, with Meg as a hostage. Troops and a helo pursue, and much shooting follows. Harm, Meg, and Lt. Kate Pike prevent a nuclear detonation.
By DocRushing:
Harm and Mac investigate an apparent murder aboard a ship at sea; while Harm interviews the prime suspect inside the brig, the ship collides with an uncharted reef; in the brig the lights go off, the telephone dies, the compartment starts to fill with water, and the suspect goes berserk. Circumstances change in the brig, and Harm gives consideration to an alternate theory. The Chief Master at Arms abandons Harm and the sailor. The admiral, after a retirement party, arrives aboard a nearby ship, which has come to help; he lends a hand, and Harm and the suspect figure things out. The admiral starts to wonder about the degradation of skills while one ages.
By Jesse Sanchez:
Rabb investigates a death on board a ship. As he's interviewing the suspect the ship collides with something, trapping him and 2 others in the brig. Shortly the cabin begins filling with water. As they try to figure a way to get out, they also try to solve the crime. Chegwidden meets with an old friend whose about to retire.
By DocRushing:
At the joint detention center at the US Naval Station at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, three Army MPs follow orders to remove a detainee from his cell for questioning; the prisoner resists; while the MPs subdue the prisoner, he becomes comatose. The detainee is a member of the US Army -- disguised as a prisoner for a training exercise -- instructed to resist -- for training of the MPs in dealing with uncooperative prisoners. A court-martial results; Mac prosecutes, and Harm and an Army lawyer defend. Meanwhile Bud slugs a mouthy civilian who berates military people and activity, and who threatens Mike; the Commonwealth of Virginia prosecutes Bud, and Sturgis defends him. The general orders Bud to enroll in an anger-management class.
By DocRushing:
While working on a nuclear-disarmament agreement with Russia, Mac and Sturgis have an appointment with an expert -- a woman Naval officer -- a commander who is a PhD in nuclear physics from Harvard University. When she does not arrive, they start looking for her. With help from a vision by Mac, they find her body, and the local police find a suspect, who unwittingly leads them to an international web involving weapon-grade uranium and a rogue terrorist group. Meanwhile aboard USS Patrick Henry (CVN-74) Harm investigates a mishap which included a severe injury of a sailor. Further, Sturgis loses an old love, Mac absentmindedly lets a secret slip, and Sergei meets Loren.
By DocRushing:
During air ops aboard a carrier a woman enlisted air-traffic controller makes a serious mistake; no casualty results. The command master CPO calls her to his office for counseling; she then alleges that he offered her favorable treatment in exchange for sexual favors. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate; the matter goes to trial. Harm and Bud prosecute, and Dalton and Harriet defend. Personal histories catch up into the present, and a witness makes personal confessions while on the stand. Dalton violates both ethics and a personal trust; Mac dumps him. Bud and Harriet have a bumpy ride. The three musketeers form an impromptu vocal trio at a nearby bar.
By DocRushing:
During a NATO exercise a carrier-based F-14D Tomcat has a midair collision with a civilian Italian helo; six locals die. The Italian government wishes to prosecute the pilot for manslaughter; the populace erupts in anger and indignation. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate in Italy; Mac prosecutes, and Harm and Bud defend. Rep. Latham goes to Italy to look after the interest of the US and its presence in Italy. The Navy pilot says that a light aircraft unexpectedly appeared, he avoided, and he then struck the chopper. Harm takes Bobbi for a ride, which she greatly enjoys. Harm and Bud persist in their search; Francesca joins them; they find the explanation.
By DocRushing:
A submarine of the US Navy rescues 10 North Korean crewmembers from the sinking of their midget submarine in South Korean waters in the Sea of Japan; six of them wish to defect. The admiral sends Sturgis to the boat to lend a hand; he deals with medical questions as well as legal ones after a viral illness breaks out among the survivors. Sturgis runs into trouble with a US Naval intelligence officer of Korean descent. Harm returns to the Navy and the JAG Corps; he stays in touch with Mattie, and he meets an underprivileged WW2-era Navy veteran with a legal problem. Harm helps the veteran, and Mac and the admiral join in doing so.
By DocRushing:
While Harm and Mac do a daily jog together, they accidentally run in front of a car; Harm shoves Mac to safety, but the car hits Harm. Mac takes him to a nearby civilian hospital; an Israeli official is a patient at the same hospital for a heart transplant that same day. During the surgery several members of the Hamas seize control of two floors of the building, to hold the official as a hostage to obtain a release of a prisoner. Harm and Mac help with the takeover, and Harm helps with a birth. After fireworks and other action everything works out, and an elderly Navy former chief petty officer lends a pair of hands in an unusual but important way.
By DocRushing:
RAdm. Chegwidden goes to a local high school to speak on Career Day. When he arrives, he confronts a student for his rude behavior toward a girl. The conversation deteriorates, the boy spits at the admiral, and the admiral slaps the boy. A student video team record the incident. The SecNav demands a retirement, and the CNO holds a Flag Mast. Mac defends the admiral, Sturgis offers him help, and everyone else in the office also supports him. The boy's lies overtake him, he becomes discredited, and the world goes on. Meanwhile in a court-martial Harm defends a Navy SEAL officer who has disobeyed an order while going back to recover the body of a fallen member of his team (and leading to the death of another member).
By DocRushing:
While conducting a NATO exercise in the Adriatic Sea and while emerging from a blinding fog, a US frigate collides with a Turkish destroyer -- due in part to the presence of a Greek destroyer escort nearby, ostensibly to protect the claim of Greece to a small uninhabited island. The SecNav orders RAdm. Chegwidden himself to prosecute the commanding officer (CO) of the US ship -- because he has received politically motivated orders from above to appease NATO and the other nations involved. Displeased and uncomfortable, the admiral directs Harm and Mac to provide the accused CO with a vigorous defense, and they gladly comply. After some courtroom fireworks the attorneys work out a solution which serves the interest of justice. Meanwhile Mikey Roberts, Bud's brother, visits Bud and Harriet, meets Gunny's sister, from New Mexico, and finds her attractive and interesting, but finally Mikey gets a disappointing surprise.
By DocRushing:
An enlisted Marine dies during an ambush in a village in Iraq; his sister is a schoolmate of Mattie; Harm and Mattie help the mother and the sister of the fallen Marine. The firefight took place due to bad intel from a local source, who disappeared; the same Marine outfit find him and get better intel; then the Marines finish their business in the village in question. The Marine Corps requests an investigation of the failure of the body armor in this case and in several other similar failures; Bud investigates; it appears that there is a problem with the quality of the armor. Harm meets a cynical, annoying TV news reporter, and he makes a deal with him. While Harm and Mattie talk about the fallen Marine, they continue to gain a better understanding of each other.
By DocRushing:
A Marine dies in an ambush in Iraq; his sister is a classmate of Mattie; Harm and Mattie help the mother and the sister of the Marine. Bud investigates the failure of the body armor. Harm and Mattie continue to understand each other better.
By DocRushing:
The 16-year-old daughter of a Marine general dies during surgery. The general demands an explanation, and he does so with zeal and forcefulness. Harm and Mac investigate the circumstances. During a hearing it becomes known that the behavior of the general has improperly influenced the testimony of a witness. That in turn requires the general to face a charge of unlawful command influence. Harm prosecutes, and Mac defends. However, Mac finds the real cause of the death, and justice prevails. Bud becomes frustrated with his duties back in the office until he encounters a challenging and interesting claim for disability. Loren changes her mind, Harm confronts her, and Renee sends an announcement. Bud receives a welcome letter.
By Anonymous:
Harm and Mac investigate a Marine general claims that a Navy doctor caused the death of his teenage daughter during routine surgery. Meanwhile, Bud is so frustrated with the simple cases he's been given, he decides to investigate what appears to be an open and shut case and gets surprising results.
By DocRushing:
A newspaper in Washington prints a guest editorial supposedly by an anonymous Naval officer; the op-ed piece represents a violation of the UCMJ, because it contains words contemptuous of the PotUS. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate; Bud finds evidence indicating that the article in question originated from Harm's office computer. Then the Office of the Inspector General of the Navy also investigates. An outside civilian group offers legal help. Harm figures out who wrote the objectionable item, he holds a press conference, and he gets a promotion to full commander. Mac encounters an unusual question about childbearing; suddenly the estranged wife of a dead Marine enters the picture.
By Jesse Sanchez:
Rabb is about to be promoted to full Commander. However a newspaper prints a highly critical editorial criticizing the President. A preliminary investigation shows that Rabb may have written the piece. Rabb must figure who really wrote the article, or he'll be thrown out of the Navy. Mac tries to help a young female when her fiancée is killed in an auto accident. She still wants to have his children, but his ex-wife won't allow it.
By DocRushing:
At night in Kirkuk, Iraq, a firefight breaks out with friendly forces on each side; one Marine dies; each side says that the other side fired first. Harm and Mac investigate; the widow approaches Mac with some background material. Attention turns onto a retired Marine sergeant major who now works for a private firm under contract to the DoD; the SecNav orders his recall to active duty and his trial at court-martial; Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends. Bad intel presents a problem. Harm calls the CEO of the civilian firm to the stand, and he exposes information extremely damaging to the firm. Mattie continues to improve her relationship with her father, but without ditching Harm.
By DocRushing:
Harm, Mac, and Bud go to the Black Sea to observe war games between the US and Russian navies; Harm and Bud go to a Russian ship, and Mac to a US ship. The two commanding officers are old enemies who try hard to settle old grudges. Troubles brew aboard the Russian ship, not the least of which is that the captain is a psychotic with a secret plan of his own for his ship and himself; he eventually loses control of himself, his crew, and his ship. Harm and Bud make the most of the situation aboard the Russian ship, and they eventually reach the US vessel in safety. Mac helps the US skipper, in part with her ability to speak and understand Russian.
By DocRushing:
An F-18 Hornet crashes on the deck while attempting to land aboard a carrier at sea, and the pilot dies instantly; Harm and Mac investigate, and they suspect suicide. The pilot's squadron commander stands accused of dereliction of duty for his having failed to help the pilot and ground him (because of his expression of his depression and suicidal thinking); Mac prosecutes, and Harm and Bud defend. Suddenly the suicide theory crumbles, then Harm and Bud find the real problem and the person responsible. Bud practices his skills in suicide prevention; he also reaches out to Mike. Harm, Coates, and Mattie have trouble with the Dragon Lady; Harm turns in some of Mattie's written work.
By DocRushing:
A Hornet crashes on the flight deck of a carrier, and the pilot dies instantly, apparently by suicide; his squadron commander is accused of dereliction of duty; Harm and Bud figure it out. Harm, Coates, and Mattie deal with the Dragon Lady.
By DocRushing:
Bud has lost his right lower leg due to a land mine in Afghanistan. A helo takes him to USS Guadalcanal, where the requisite people and facilities are available. Bud's condition becomes critical. Harm, Mac, and Sturgis, aboard USS Seahawk, receive the news about Bud. Sturgis returns to Washington. RAdm. Chegwidden directs Harm and Bud to decide which of them will stay temporarily in Bud's billet aboard USS Seahawk, and which will return also to Washington; however, they both go to USS Guadalcanal, igniting the ire of the JAG. PO Coates gives much help to Bud and shows much concern about him and loyalty to him. The admiral, Loren, and the SecNav appear as witnesses before a congressional committee. The admiral aids and comforts Harriet, as does Midn. Mikey Roberts, on emergency leave from the US Naval Academy. Bud gets into serious trouble during surgery, but he encounters an astounding change of course.
By Jesse Sanchez:
Bud is in critical condition. Chegwidden says one person can stay, 2 others have to return to JAG. Sturgis returns. Harm and Mac stay to check on Roberts, disobeying the Admiral. Mike Roberts takes an emergency leave from the Academy to be with family while the doctors struggle to save Bud's life.
By DocRushing:
A woman Naval aviator feels displeased while enduring the indignities as a polliwog during a traditional ceremony while crossing the equator; she then files a charge of sexual harassment against the CAG, claiming that her treatment as a polliwog was one part of a series of harassment of her by him. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate. The CAG denies that he has taken part in any such harassment, and he explains in detail that he grounded the complainant because she's a substandard pilot who does not cut the mustard but does blame everyone and everything except herself. A congresswoman intervenes and visits the ship. The tragic climax makes clear who was right. Bud meets Ens. Harriet Sims.
By DocRushing:
A woman Naval aviator accuses the CAG of sexual harassment after he grounds her. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate; a congresswoman intervenes. The CAG says that the pilot is substandard. The tragic climax shows who's right. Bud meets Harriet.
By DocRushing:
In a woodland west of the Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, a deputy sheriff tries to stop a car carrying two SEALs taking part in a Navy training exercise. During the resulting chase he loses control, crashes, and dies. Harm and a new staff member, LCdr. Tracy Manetti, prosecute the driver for negligent homicide, and Mac and Sturgis defend. The defense team discover helpful evidence. Bud goes home -- to his new home -- and he and Harriet try hard to cope with their new circumstances. The new SecNav takes office. Arranged by RAdm. Chegwidden, Harm takes Meredith for a thrilling flight aboard his antique aircraft, and she gives Harm a few thrills in return.
By DocRushing:
Mac learns more about Ltjg. Diane Schonke, who looked so much like her, and who died (in season 1) before Mac and Harm met each other. While Harm reexamines an old cache of letters (by both Harm and Diane), he deduces who killed Diane. Harm and Mac then discuss Diane, her death, and the investigation. Harm leaves, to intercept the killer, and Mac follows him. Harm and his suspect meet, then Mac arrives by surprise and amid unexpected circumstances. Astonished, the killer takes an unplanned and extreme action. Harm and Mac share a prolonged kiss; she makes an observation and asks a question, which Harm answers by saying that nobody will ever know.
By DocRushing:
Mac learns more about Ltjg. Diane Schonke, who (in season 1) looked so much like her. While Harm reexamines an old cache of letters, he deduces who killed Diane. Harm intercepts his suspect; Mac arrives, and the killer takes extreme action.
By DocRushing:
A Marine in Iraq stands accused of unpremeditated murder by shooting an allegedly unarmed civilian who supposedly had sought refuge in a mosque; Vic, the new man, goes to Iraq and defends him against an aggressive prosecutor; Vic discovers the object for which the "victim" had tried to reach. After the trial the general arranges some continuing education for Vic by sending him to the front with a combat unit; he sees action and takes part in it. The general asks Mac for a personal favor; she talks with both his daughter and the general himself. While Tom stays on a binge, Harm continues his vigil with Mattie, who remains in a coma.
By DocRushing:
Everyone has returned from the tribunal at sea in the previous episode. Capt. Sebring, a military judge, stands accused of vehicular homicide, allegedly as a result of an instance of road rage. The other driver is a single mother whose baby dies. Mac and Sturgis prosecute, Harm defends, and the admiral appears as a witness. The defendant hurts his case by his behavior in the courtroom due to problems at home with his wife and their son. Harm eventually discovers the real cause of the wreck. Meanwhile Webb continues to pursue a leader among the terrorists of Al Qaeda, and Loren continues to promote trouble between Bud and Harriet, who try hard to sort things out.
By DocRushing:
One night in her apartment in Washington, a woman Navy ensign shoots and kills a colonel of the Turkish army; she claims self-defense for her safety while he appeared to make a sexual advance on her. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate. The Turkish government applies political pressure on the admiral through the SecNav. Harm shows much persistence and perseverance, and Mac uses her feminine instincts. Someone opens fire on Harm and the defendant. Harm defends the ensign in a preliminary hearing; then he invites her to dinner at his pad, but she fails to show up. Later that evening in the office the admiral tells Harm more about the case. Bud and Harriet take another step together.
By DocRushing:
Harm gets a promotion to lieutenant commander. During a routine patrol of a no-fly zone, an F-14 Tomcat experiences a catastrophic malfunction; the crew ejects, and the bird explodes moments later. A Serb chopper strafes the pilot and the RIO, helpless, while they descend below their parachutes; Capt. Boone, the CAG, engages the helo and destroys it. The pilot dies. Harm and Meg investigate aboard USS Seahawk (CVN-65) in the Adriatic Sea. Higher authority orders the CAG to face a general court-martial in Naples; Harm and Meg defend him. Harm also takes part in a mission to rescue the RIO. The trial ends, then Harm and the RIO return with evidence in hand. The prosecutor learns about carrier flight operations.
By DocRushing:
During a live-fire artillery exercise at a Marine Corps base, due to an error in relaying the coordinates, shells injure seven Marines in a recon team, one of whom later dies. The accused is a lieutenant who is a son of a former commandant of the Marine Corps. Harm and Meg investigate; they encounter stonewalling, lying, withholding of evidence, and tampering with evidence. Meg, with a helping hand from the mysterious Ollie North, provides the necessary evidence to prove the truth.
By DocRushing:
An EP-3 Orion aircraft of the US Navy conducts electronic reconnaissance of a warship (a cruiser) of the People's Republic of China in international waters in the Straits of Taiwan. Two Chinese MiGs buzz the Orion, and one of them collides with it and damages it. The Orion makes an emergency landing at a Chinese military airfield. The SecNav recalls RAdm. Tom Boone to active duty, then Tom and Harm go to China to try to reclaim the crew and the bird. They get the people and head back, and one of their escort pilots acts on an entirely different plan of his own. Meanwhile Gunny requests a transfer to Force Recon, and Mac, Sturgis, and Bud deal with two midshipmen from the US Naval Academy who duel each other while using antique sabers.
By DocRushing:
Harm and RAdm. Boone return with the crew of the EP-3 Orion but without the aircraft. However, a pilot of the US Navy, having acted on his own initiative, has destroyed the bird on an airfield on Chinese soil. Predictably, the pilot goes on trial in a court-martial. Sturgis prosecutes, and Harm and Bud defend. Mac investigates a complaint about a situation involving a leaked videotape showing demeaning behavior toward a woman Marine officer; she also shows that she can still cut the mustard. At home, while Harm rebuilds his Corvette, he realizes that he's bought a second-hand part from his stolen one.
By DocRushing:
Two petty officers engage in a fistfight aboard an aircraft carrier at sea, and one of them dies; Bud prosecutes, and Vic and Harm defend; soon friction develops between Harm and Vic; later they work together; however, Bud discovers the explanation for the death. A seaman apprentice has released two dolphins from their pen, and the dolphins returned, but the seaman now faces a pretrial hearing; Sturgis prosecutes, and Mac defends; mitigating factors come up, and justice prevails. Meanwhile Mattie regains consciousness and starts to converse. Finally the general announces not only a reorganization but also transfer orders for both Harm and Mac and a promotion for Harm.
By DocRushing:
During a training exercise five newbies and a seasoned instructor make a jump from a C-130 Hercules at an altitude of 4,000 feet; the jumpmaster (the instructor) signals the jump about 800 yards too soon; due to the mistake, two trainees land in a lake, and one of them lands also in a hospital and soon dies. The jumpmaster faces a court-martial; Mac prosecutes, and Bud and Loren defend. It becomes necessary for Harm to replace Mac as the prosecutor; his analysis of the case goes beyond the question of whether a light turned green. The admiral has both a new girlfriend and a new outlook on the world; Gunny goes barhopping, and Mac makes a journey to Australia.
By DocRushing:
Three Navy enlisted men waylay the owner of a bar in Norfolk, and one of them, without provocation, harshly beats him. Harm and Mac investigate; they find a possible lead and an interesting shipboard ethic. Harm and Mac prosecute, and Mic and Bud defend. Testimony reveals that the three men and a woman sailor had previously gone together to the bar in question, that the woman had become unconscious and eventually raped, and that the assault on the owner had supposedly taken place as an act of vengeance. However, Harm finds out what had happened, and what could not have happened. Meanwhile Bud helps his brother, Mikey, to deal with his recent enlistment.
By DocRushing:
During the past 11 months three Navy men lieutenants have died during knife attacks in and around Washington; the most recent body is found in the Arlington National Cemetery. Harm and Meg investigate; their attention turns to the Thai ambassador, his wife, and his chief of security, because the victim gave the wife a ride shortly before he died. The chief gives a confession, but Meg distrusts it, and Harm reaches his own conclusions. Meg and Harm discover the truth. The events lead to Harm's revealing a part of his past as a teenager.
By DocRushing:
This is a sincere tribute to those who have served during war and peace in the Nurse Corps of the US Navy, especially during WW2. It consists of a romantic, emotional, melodramatic war story set aboard USS Goodwill, a fictional hospital ship of the USN, just offshore during the Battle for Iwo Jima. An elderly man meets a young woman on the grounds of the national cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, then he tells about his experiences aboard that ship. The regular JAG characters transition into other roles, including the admiral as a chaplain, Harm as an injured Marine officer, Bud as a Navy medical officer, Sturgis as an orderly, and Mac, Harriet, and Meredith as nurses.
By DocRushing:
Webb arranges for Harm and Mac to attend a reception at the Sudanese embassy in Washington, supposedly so that Harm can hack into the computer system at the embassy and reload it remotely from outside. Mac provides a diversion, and Harm does his part. Then the Sudanese guards appear to take over the embassy, but Harm and Mac find that the takeover is a scam. Harm puts the word out to the world, and the ambassador, who is behind it all, tries to flee while taking Mac and a stolen lot of a lethal virus. A pacifist poet-professor talks some sense to the remaining guards, then Harm and Mac overpower the ambassador. Bud and Harriet learn some news.
By Jesse Sanchez:
Webb convinces Harm and Mac to go to a dinner at the Sudanese embassy in Washington. The embassy soon becomes under siege by a faction in the Sudanese government. Harm and Mac try to find a way out and discover the real reason Webb wanted them there; they find a cache of a lethal virus in the embassy. The Admiral won't let Webb leave the JAG headquarters until Harm and Mac are out of the embassy.
By DocRushing:
A torpedo with a nuclear warhead has disappeared from a submarine, the disbursing officer aboard an aircraft carrier faces charges of fraud and larceny, and 10 million dollars go astray without reaching the carrier. Bud prosecutes the disbursing officer in a preliminary hearing, and the judge orders the defendant to face a general court-martial. Sturgis figures out the location of the missing torpedo, and Harm figures out the framing and the irregularities aboard the carrier. Both the cash and the torpedo eventually show up. The admiral continues to recover after his accident, he names his new dog, and Mac runs the shop as the senior officer present.
By DocRushing:
Al Qaeda has bought an old diesel-electric submarine from Iran, has recruited a Russian submarine captain and several Russian submarine sailors, and has loaded a submarine-launched cruise missile with a dirty nuclear warhead. The admiral, Sturgis, and Loren brief a three-star admiral in one of the war rooms of the National Military-command Center at the Pentagon. Harm and Mac, still in Afghanistan, follow the trail of the uranium, and they arrive aboard USS Seahawk (CVN-65) for testing for possible exposure to radiation. Sturgis goes as an adviser aboard USS Watertown (SSN-696) in pursuit of the rogue submarine in the Arabian Sea. A battle takes place, and Harm successfully uses an unusual tactic in the air. Webb stays busy, and Harriet frets about the colors for the new house. Bud gives legal advice on the bridge aboard Seahawk; however, he also goes ashore to attend the groundbreaking for a new school building in Afghanistan and, sadly, takes a tragic misstep.
By DocRushing:
RAdm. Chegwidden finds it necessary to convene a hearing about the accusation that Bud provided an inadequate defense during the previous episode (to avoid any favoritism, other impropriety, or an appearance of such). Sturgis prosecutes, and Harm defends. Sparks fly between Harm and Sturgis, and Mac reluctantly appears as a witness for the prosecution. Bud and Harriet cope. Harm discovers the reason for which Bud did not succeed in contacting a key witness who could have provided an alibi for the defendant. Sturgis tries (but fails) to set up the admiral with a lady, and the admiral stumbles (albeit clumsily) into one by himself.
By DocRushing:
In a meeting of the officers the general announces the establishment of a new office in San Diego, two sets of transfer orders, and a promotion; Mac will take over the new unit in San Diego, and Harm will transfer to London and get a promotion to the rank of captain; the general gives his consent for Harm and Mac to select their own staffs to go with them, so they start. Vic goes to Parris Island and investigates the case of a Marine recruit, his bizarre behavior, and his fraudulent enlistment; Vic creates an inventive and constructive resolution. Harm and Mac review their respective memories with each other, then they talk with each other, then they propose to each other. They agree that one of them should retire, but they can't decide which one, so the gang gathers at a pub, then Bud flips a coin, which Mac calls.
By Jesse Sanchez:
Harm is promoted to Captain, and assigned to London. Mac is assigned to San Diego. They start deciding which of the staff they want to take with them on their new assignments. Since they'll be half a world apart, it's finally time for them to face their feelings for one another. The end of the series.
By DocRushing:
A gunnery sergeant in the Marine Corps stands accused of fatally shooting his wife. Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends. The defendant does not fully cooperate with Harm, but Harm eventually figures it out, and justice prevails. Both Bud and his father have difficulty with Bud's condition, but each of them starts to straighten out. Loren prepares for her transfer to her next duty station in the Arabian Sea. Sergei returns to Russia, and Loren gives him a ride to an airport. The President accepts the resignation of the SecNav.
By DocRushing:
Bud experiences anger and agony over the recent tragedy in his family. He first considers filing a civil suit for negligence on the part of a Naval Reserve physician. While giving fatherly advice RAdm. Chegwidden dissuades Bud from that plan. Bud then files instead a report of an alleged criminal violation under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), and the matter goes to trial in a court-martial. Mac prosecutes, and she moves a ring. Personal considerations cause Mic Brumby to resign from his new civilian job in Washington and to start the process of returning to his home and to the Royal Australian Navy. Clayton Webb gives bad news to Harm and later gives him good news. Harm suddenly visits his mother in San Diego, and he contemplates another trip to Russia and Chechnya. A secret about Harriet comes into the light, yet she and Bud reaffirm their mutual love and devotion.
By DocRushing:
During war games at Quantico a Marine corporal, driving a tank, becomes disoriented and accidentally demolishes his unit commander's tent; he then faces a court-martial for dereliction of duty. His personal life, which includes a drug-user estranged wife with sole custody of a one-year-old son, has diluted his attention and marred his performance. Harm, Mac, Bud, and Dalton all work to defend the corporal and to represent him in the custody proceeding. Harm gets a change of venue to Parris Island; however, en route there, the defendant escapes, returns to Quantico, seizes a tank, takes his son for a ride, and precipitates a confrontation. Harm brings in Grandma Bea to join the defense team, and she helps immeasurably. The story ends after the custody hearing but before the court-martial.
By Jesse Sanchez:
Harm and Mac try to help a marine who drives his tank over his commands tent during an exercise. He claims he was distracted because his ex-wife has sole custody of their son, and feared for his son's safety due to his ex's unproven drug habit
By DocRushing:
In a local church a Marine general has presented a guest sermon, including certain remarks about the Islamic faith, which some listeners and reporters have interpreted in different ways; that same general has become appointed to a joint position in cooperation with a general of the Iraqi army. A turmoil ensues. A court of inquiry leads to a general court-martial; Mac prosecutes, Harm defends, and a woman TV reporter agitates. Sturgis comes under scrutiny over a complaint of racial bias by a Naval officer of Korean descent about an incident in a previous episode; after discussion between Bud, the investigator, and the complainant, the latter withdraws his gripe. The gang leans hard on Coates, asking whether the admiral will marry Meredith; she gives an encoded answer.
By DocRushing:
A reporter for ZNN, a fictional cable news network, accompanies a SEAL team on a mission against an enemy target in Afghanistan. The SEALs walk into an ambush, during which four civilians die, and three SEALs sustain injuries. Harm and Mac investigate, and they discover that, 51 minutes before the firefight, the reporter had made a satellite phone call which may have allowed the enemy to discover the location of the team. The President of the US issues an order to prosecute the reporter in a court-martial. Harm and Mac do so, and Sturgis defends. Mac, by her knowledge of the Farsi language and the Persian culture, discovers what happened. Meanwhile Bud receives and carries out his transfer orders to serve as the Legal Officer aboard USS Seahawk (CVN-65), where he finds an acquaintance as his legalman.
By DocRushing:
In a firefight Taliban insurgents kill a Marine private first-class who has spent the three previous days with a Navy psychiatrist; the company commander of the victim accuses the shrink of medical malpractice by sending the Marine back into battle too soon; Harm and Mac investigate; the matter goes to a court-martial; Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends; the trial raises questions about official procedures. Bud defends a commander who has refused to surrender his position as the commanding officer of a frigate after BuPers ordered his relief for cause due to a collision with a pier; this trial raises questions about official policies and the inflexibility of the application of them.
By DocRushing:
A Navy psychiatrist goes on trial for malpractice; Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends. Bud defends a commanding officer who has disobeyed orders to relinquish command of his ship. Each trial raises questions about Navy practices and policies.
By DocRushing:
Harm and Bud investigate a crash of an F-14 Tomcat while it leaves a civilian upgrade facility. The inquiry exposes a number of irregularities at the outside firm. In a court-martial Mac prosecutes the Naval quality-assurance officer at the plant, and Harm and Bud defend him. Mic, now a civilian lawyer in Washington, represents the contractor, which blames the crash on pilot error. Rep. Bobbi Latham conducts a congressional investigation into wasteful military overspending, including some of the activities of the vendor involved here. Renee introduces a new TV commercial for Bobbi's campaign for reelection, and the admiral tries hard to provide a happy birthday to Sydney.
By DocRushing:
During a transit from Gitmo to Key West, a frigate of the US Navy encounters a 12-year-old Cuban girl clinging to floating debris; the ship rescues the girl and takes her aboard. While doing so the vessel briefly enters Cuban territorial waters; a small Cuban patrol boat briefly hassles the frigate, then goes elsewhere. The skipper is of Cuban descent, and he hates Castro and his regime. The admiral sends Harm and Bud to lend a hand. The Cuban government, the INS, the US Department of State, and the SecNav enter the action, and Harm makes a quick side trip ashore. Eventually the captain escorts the girl while she steps onto US soil in Key West. Meanwhile Mac and Mic talk more.
By tomtrekp:
The frigate USS Stanley Dace under the command of Captain Berroa is patrolling the waters of the Caribbean Sea off Cuba when they spot a refugee struggling to stay afloat in the water. To pick her up the ship must cross into Cuban waters. When they do they are intercepted by a Cuban vessel which demands that they turn the girl over to them. Captain Berroa is a Cuban-American who despises Castro's regime and refuses to turn her over. Harm and Bud are sent to the ship to mediate the dispute and try to avoid an international incident.
By DocRushing:
Two Marines in a recon team sustain injuries from explosions during a training exercise. Mac and Bud investigate whether the company commander, a mustang captain, has placed his men at undue risk. By the initiative of the admiral, Harm goes undercover as a gunnery sergeant. A third Marine becomes injured during another live-fire exercise. The captain acknowledges his actions and explains his reasons.
By DocRushing:
The admiral returns to duty. A young Marine pilot, who is also a Vietnamese refugee from the fall of Saigon, comes under suspicion of taking part in human trafficking, along with his wife, who is also from Vietnam. Although the couple and other Vietnamese feel reluctant to reveal the circumstances, Harm and PO Coates persist, they find the truth, and justice prevails, even without going to trial. The SecNav, under political pressure, sends an investigator to look into a number of unusual occurrences. The investigator is Cdr. Ted Lindsey, who tries hard to grind his ax; he says that he'll recommend the transfer of everyone in the office.
By DocRushing:
Near the end of a nine-hour patrol over Afghanistan, a US carrier-based pilot, claiming self-defense, drops a 500-pound bomb on a British position, killing three soldiers and injuring others. He stands accused of violating the rules of engagement and disobeying an order to hold his fire (from a controller aboard an AWACS aircraft while seeking clarification about friendly forces). In a court-martial the pilot faces charges of involuntary homicide and dereliction of duty. The officially approved use of go-pills is involved. Mac and Bud prosecute, Sturgis defends, and Harm presides. Bill O'Reilly, a TV commentator, appears as himself. Mac later gets a temporary assignment.
By DocRushing:
The admiral presents Harm with his second Distinguished Flying Cross (for action during a previous story). Mic prosecutes a sailor accused of smuggling marijuana into the US aboard a Naval vessel; Mac defends. One witness is a dog, which the court allows the defendant to confront; the dog has trouble, but he gets a new home. One Marine attempts a rape, and another Marine saves the woman; however, the second Marine disappears. Harm and Bud find him; Harm learns the reason for the disappearance of the hero, and he finds an unusual way by which to persuade him to appear and to testify. Chemistry and discussion occur among Harm, Mac, and Mic.
By Jesse Sanchez:
A woman is assaulted by marine, and saved by another marine. The second marine refuses to testify against the first marine, but not to cover up the crime. Harm must find out why he won't take the stand. Mac and Brumby square off in a customs inspection case.
By DocRushing:
Harm gives Mac a ride in his (and his father's) antique Stearman aerobatic biplane; the engine unexpectedly quits, so he must set her down off-field in a woodsy area in the Appalachian Mountains. Harm misses two appointments at the JAG headquarters, so Bud takes over for him. Meanwhile nearby three poachers shoot and kill a game warden; Harm and Mac encounter them while seeking help. One of the poachers opens fire; Harm and Mac escape into the woods, but they meet several challenges and difficulties. They remain overnight on the run and in the woods. Eventually they return to the aircraft, Harm repairs it, and they safely take off again.
By DocRushing:
While awaiting the conversion of an aircraft carrier of the US Navy into a museum ship, inspectors discover the skeleton of an aviator lieutenant inside a previously sealed void compartment. Harm and Mac investigate in Alameda; Bud and Harriet research in Washington and continue to check out each other. Harm has some unusual experiences aboard the ship, and Mac strikes up a friendship with a local detective. The inspectors appear to have sought something other than rust. Harm finds an important book, which contains a clue about the whereabouts of his father. The local detective turns out to be someone else instead, and the book disappears. Webb lends a hand and says something nice.
By DocRushing:
While the admiral and a girlfriend jog together, they encounter a nonexplosive booby trap; then Harm, Mac, and Bud question a midshipman from the Naval Academy about the accidental death of a goat, the school's mascot. In the admiral's office Harm sees a snapshot of a small Buddha, so he and Mac check it out; the admiral senses a connection with Vietnam. A small Buddha shows up at the scene of a fatal wreck, and the admiral's girlfriend dies due to an explosion at his house. Bud works out a deal for the mid. A bad guy from the past tries to con the admiral, so he, with the help of the gang, cons the conner, and Webb assures them that he'll finish the case.
By DocRushing:
The US Navy seizes a Pakistani cargo ship hauling, in part, 195 kilos of heroin, but one kilo disappears; Harm, already in the Arabian Sea on another assignment, becomes involved; the admiral sends Mac to lend a hand. Also involved is a member of MI-6, the British Secret Intelligence Service. Harm finds the missing kilo, and a SEAL is implicated; Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends; eventually, though, they find the real culprit. Bud helps an enlisted Marine who got a recording contract, but who now is at risk of becoming indebted to the record company for a breach of contract due to the deployment of his outfit. Bud and Mike start making up with each other.
By DocRushing:
By using a CoD flight from Kosovo, a petty officer smuggles a pregnant Albanian woman aboard Harm's carrier. The CAG talks with Harm about his career prospects. Skates feels her mortality, but she concludes that she can survive anything if she can survive Harm's stunts. Harm does some good flying, and he helps a newbie JAG officer in the defense of the smuggler; he interrupts closing arguments; the CAG expresses approval of his performance and his fervor for justice and the law, then he nudges him back toward the JAG Corps. The gunny starts his new duties at the JAG office, and that causes new competitiveness to arise among other staff members.
By Jesse Sanchez:
As Harm helps an inexperienced JAG attorney defend a sailor, he realizes he has better career as a lawyer than as an aviator. Before he leaves he proves to the other aviators he has the skills to be a pilot. Meanwhile Gunny is introduced to the staff at JAG HQ
By DocRushing:
A smuggled IED in Iraq explodes inside a work tent and kills 17 Marines in a reserve unit from a small town in Oklahoma; one man survives; Harm and Bud go to the hometown and provide legal help to the families; the survivor returns home. The local Marine Corps Reserve Center burns due to arson; the sheriff suspects the returned hero; Harm and Bud investigate, then the hero-suspect goes on trial in his hometown; Harm and Bud prosecute, and they discover the truth. Meanwhile, Mac goes to Iraq and investigates the explosion; among the locals she learns the real story; she and the senior Marine officer watch a new democracy at work.
By DocRushing:
A Navy physician in Iraq has administered to a local child a drug which was in short supply in a field hospital; she now faces a pretrial hearing for having disobeyed an order and having endangered US military members; Harm prosecutes, and Mac and Bud defend; Bud presents evidence that the shortage had resulted from a mistake by the senior surgeon. The general's brother, William, served as a SEAL in SE Asia; a helo pilot died, but he saved William and his team. Unidentified remains have recently become discovered near the site in question; William strongly suspects that the body is that of the pilot; Vic and Catherine set out to find a relative and to get a sample of DNA; after a zigzag journey they find his brother in Memphis.
By DocRushing:
In a port in the Persian Gulf a service boat approaches a destroyer of the US Navy alongside a pier. A USN security team in a patrol boat intercept the intruding boat, subdue two terrorists, board the boat, and discover explosives and a woman sergeant in the US Marine Corps. Harm and Mac investigate, and the sergeant comes under suspicion and before a hearing. Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends. Webb arrives from the CIA with news, which interrupts the proceeding. During a recess the suspect volunteers to do a chore for the CIA. Mac and Mic have set the date for their wedding. While Harm and Mac are abroad, Bud and Mic share guy talk over beer, and Harriet and Renee share girl talk over wine.
By DocRushing:
Forty miles off the Atlantic coast of Florida, inside the Bermuda triangle, a fully armed F-14 Tomcat vanishes with an experienced crew. Harm, Mac, Bud, and even the admiral investigate. Suddenly the wife and the young daughter of the missing pilot also disappear from family housing at NAS Jax. Many people report UFOs in Florida and Georgia during the same night when the Tomcat vanishes. The RIO from the missing bird staggers into a campground and winds up in a hospital in Miami. Bud revels in UFO and alien-abduction stories. The three musketeers figure out the problem, then the Navy recovers the aircraft, the pilot, and his family. Mac continues talking with Dalton.
By DocRushing:
In Lima, Peru, a local 15-year-old boy tries to sneak into the US embassy at night by jumping from the top of the perimeter wall; a Marine guard challenges him, and the boy fires at the guard, who returns fire and kills him. A strident Peruvian anti-US group stirs up strong feelings and violent behavior against the US citizens. While Harm and Meg investigate, they uncover a number of entanglements and complications; they take part in a shootout and survive it, and they eventually figure out the truth.
By DocRushing:
Serbian ultra-radical extremists have executed three NATO observers near Kosovo. A SEAL team went in to rescue; however, the officer in charge delayed the jump and missed the deadline by 37 minutes. The OiC now faces charges of disobeying a lawful order and involuntary manslaughter by culpable negligence. Mic prosecutes, Mac and Bud defend, and Harm takes charge of the JAG headquarters while the admiral takes some annual leave, during which time he unexpectedly becomes a technical adviser (later an unhappy one) to the making of a movie. The defendant objects to Bud's representing him, but he changes his mind after Bud finds a strong argument in his favor. Bud and Harriet make a pair of significant announcements.
By DocRushing:
King Josif, the fictional nonexistent King of Romania, and his daughter, Princess Alexandra, visit Washington, DC. A group of hard-line old-style Communist extremists oppose the king, who proposes to petition for admittance to NATO and to consider a US Naval base on the Black Sea. The antagonists have threatened to assassinate the princess if the king follows through. The SecNav appoints Harm as the Naval officer to escort her during the visit. Harm gets a new neighbor, who turns out to be something else. The princess finds Harm to be an interesting escort, and she makes an announcement of her own. Harriet shows up in Washington, then she and Bud share several ups and downs.
By DocRushing:
During a transfer of the Declaration of Independence for a high-tech reconstruction, a group of apparent Marines in an apparent Marine helo hijack the document. The PotUS awards Harm a Distinguished Flying Cross for his accomplishments during a previous story. Maj. Sarah MacKenzie, USMC, joins the JAG gang as Harm's partner; Ltjg. Bud Roberts also joins; the three of them investigate. Special agent Clayton Webb takes part in the search. Sarah has a connection to the leader of the thieves, who disguise as Marines and use Marine tactics and Marine equipment. Harm and Sarah find the leader, make a deal, and return the Declaration, and they defend him in court.
By DocRushing:
A band of rogue patriots hijack the Declaration of Independence during a transfer. Maj. Sarah MacKenzie and Ltjg. Bud Roberts join the JAG gang; they and Harm investigate. They find the thieves, make a deal, then defend the leader in court.
By DocRushing:
Webb, a friend at the CIA, makes an urgent call to Harm at home one night, then Webb's cellphone dies before Harm answers. The next morning the admiral announces that Webb's body and two others were found after an explosion aboard a ship the evening before. Harm learns that Palmer is not in the penitentiary at Fort Leavenworth. It appears that there was a connection between one of the other victims and the Bradenhurst Corporation, involved previously with Palmer. Suddenly another CIA agent dies. While Harm visits Webb's mother, she receives a call from Lt. Abby Cowen; Harm seeks and finds "her", then the two of them deal with Palmer. Meanwhile Bud receives a good grade report.
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Bud Sr. and Mike (Bud's father and younger brother) travel to Washington for Bud and Harriet's wedding. Bud Sr. leaves insults, injuries, and hurt feelings in his wake; Harriet's mother also causes much discomfort and embarrassment. Bud passes a big career milestone with grace and empathy. A dry cleaner loses Harm's dress whites, but Harm finds them in an unusual place. The girls go to Harriet's party, then Mac bails Harm, Bud, and the admiral out of a DC jail after Bud's party. Bud Sr. skips the beautiful wedding, and Mike arrives late. Harm takes charge of a detail of eight officers who form an arch of swords for the new couple; he also shows up with an unusual and unexpected date.
By DocRushing:
Bud's father and brother go to DC for the wedding. Bud's father causes much trouble, as does Harriet's mother. Harm's dress whites disappear, but he finds them. Mac bails Harm, Bud, and the admiral out of jail. The wedding goes beautifully.
By DocRushing:
The gang eats dinner at a Chinese restaurant; at the end the fortune cookies start a round of what might have become if the various people had set out on different roads. Harm imagines that he and Mac have married, they're in an unpleasant divorce, and Mac is about to marry a former client; Harriet is a wealthy socialite, living on her ample inheritance; Bud owns a chain of hot-tub stores, and Mike works for him; Sturgis is the manager and the fiancé of Varese; A.J. and Meredith have married, and A.J. is a civilian prosecutor; Jennifer, a member of a big-ticket fine-art theft ring, has jumped bail; Bud sells a hot tub to Harriet and installs it; everybody and everything comes together at a party at Harriet's new castle, then Meredith foils a theft, and a new light illuminates the events. Mac leaves a ticket, regains it, and loses it.
By Jesse Sanchez:
A dinner at Chinese restaurant has the JAG member thinking what would have happened if they made different choices in their lives. IE Bud's out of the Navy, Harriett living off her parent's inheritance, Chegwidden and Meredith married, Coates living as a criminal, Harm and Mac married.
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A mishap occurs on the flight deck during intense night flight operations aboard USS Seahawk (CVN-65) in the Arabian Sea. One death and one serious injury result. Loren, the new legal officer aboard the ship, investigates, and she strongly recommends the trials of a long list of key crewmembers, both officers and enlisted members, for dereliction of duty. Loren has become pregnant, and she refuses to name the father. RAdm. Chegwidden sends Harm to conduct a second investigation and Mac to discreetly find out whether Loren conceived before leaving shore or after arriving aboard the ship. Harm helps and allows justice to prevail. Loren returns to the US, and Mac remains temporarily aboard the ship in her place. Back in Washington, Tracy finds the missing piece of a puzzle, and Meredith lends reading material to Bud, who further enlightens her about Shakespeare.
By Jesse Sanchez:
Lt Singer is pregnant. Her skipper suspects one of his crew, and asks her to name the father. But she refuses. Singer recommends court marshaling several members of the crew for an incident that resulted in a crewman's death. Mac is sent to determine the father of Singer's baby, while Harm investigates the flight mishap.
By DocRushing:
A Marine helo crashes in Iraq due to enemy fire; a colonel pulls a general out of the bird. A frigate, USS Hennessey, has become involved in an altercation with a Canadian fishing vessel (while intervening in a dispute between that boat and a US fishing boat); an ensign shot and injured a fisherman, who is a member of the First Nation and the son of the captain. The PotUS wishes for a particular Marine to be considered to serve as the next JAG of the Navy; that candidate is the colonel who pulled the general out of the helo; he undergoes extensive scrutiny. Harm figures out the truth about the incident with the fishermen. Mattie and Jennifer talk about girl stuff and family stuff.
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To prepare to represent the Navy and the US by arguing a case before the Supreme Court of the US, the admiral conducts a weekend practice session, using Harriet as the clerk, Mac and Mic as associate justices, and Bud as the chief justice; Bud really enjoys playing his role as the head cat. Meanwhile Clark Palmer, a rogue agent from a discredited former federal agency, spooks Harm by playing with his mind; this time he involves LCdr. Jordi Parker, Harm's psychiatrist girlfriend. Harm chases through a rainstorm to Georgetown and back, just in time to rescue Jordi from Clark. Finally Mac informs the admiral that, on the eve of his big appearance, his case has suddenly became moot.
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During a hunting trip near Washington a three-star admiral, a deputy CNO, dies from a shotgun wound, apparently self-inflicted. A.J., a long-time personal friend of the victim, refuses to accept that it was suicide; he orders Harm, Mac, Bud, and Harriet to investigate. Harm and Mac turn in a report calling it suicide; A.J., still disbelieving, starts his own inquiry. Then someone stabs a two-star admiral to death. More evidence arrives, and the JAG gang all continue asking questions. Eventually A.J. connects the dots, and it begins to appear that he's next in line. Meanwhile Harm and Annie share some good times, but they also run into some bad moments.
By DocRushing:
An admiral, a friend of A.J., dies, apparently by suicide; later another admiral is stabbed to death. A.J. refuses to accept the finding of suicide; he, with help from Harm, Mac, Bud, and Harriet, connects the dots. A.J. is the next target.
By DocRushing:
Having obtained successful surgery on his eyes, Harm submits a request to change back his designator to that of a Naval aviator. Mac, Jordi, and the admiral advise against that; the admiral takes the matter to the SecNav, who first disfavors the idea, but who then recognizes it as a way to get Harm out of Washington and away from him. While staying with Mac in her pad, Chloe comments about boys and about the relationships between Mac and Harm and between Mac and Mic. Bud prosecutes, and Carolyn defends, a Marine staff sergeant for inducing a subordinate to impregnate her. Two women in different parts of the JAG building go into labor and give birth the same day. Harm and Mac exchange contingent promises about a time five years hence.
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During a joint drug-interdiction operation with the Coast Guard, a Navy frigate fires two warning shots across the bow of a suspect yacht, which has failed and refused to stop when ordered; the second round appears to hit the boat, and it sinks. A high-level South American official owns the yacht, and his son was aboard it. Harm, Mac, and Bud go to Miami and investigate; Harriet, as planned, goes to Naples, Florida, to visit her parents. The three musketeers meet three enthusiastic and enterprising elderly veterans with strong feelings; Bud meets Harriet's parents. The threesome figure out what happened, and the bad boy from South America goes back home.
By Jesse Sanchez:
A yacht is fired on by the Navy, they suspect the owners are carrying drugs. The ship is sunk, the passengers have diplomatic immunity and can't be prosecuted, but they want to sue the navy for sinking the boat. JAG determines that the yacht was sunk by a limpet mine. Bud meets Harriet's parents.
By DocRushing:
Harm makes another annual Christmas Eve visit to the Vietnam Veterans' Memorial ("The Wall") in honor and recognition of his father. There he meets another visitor, a retired fictional singer, Jenny Lake, who briefly knew Harm Sr. aboard his carrier just before he crashed and became captured in North Vietnam. Jenny tells Harm about her time as a member of a USO group, with Bob Hope, Les Brown, Phyllis Diller, Diana Ross, and other performing artists who entertained the troops. During the ensuing flashbacks, Harm acts as Harm Sr., Mac acts as Jenny, and other JAG characters play various roles aboard the ship in 1969. Jenny offers Harm a gift, but they leave it at The Wall.
By Jesse Sanchez:
On his annual visit to the Viet Nam Memorial, Harm meets a woman who says she knew his father. She was in the USO when she met him on board ship. She tells Harm of her encounter with Harmon Rabb Sr, and the events leading to his final flight over Nam with the Jag cast appearing as different characters.
By DocRushing:
Harm, Mac, and Bud have gone to Italy to take part in a court-martial, and the admiral has gone there to inspect a JAG field office and to visit his daughter, Francesca. A band of Italian men kidnap Francesca; the admiral suspects that the abduction is somehow related to the trial about a theft of five Stinger missiles and the aborted attempt to sell the stolen missiles to Afghanistan. The defendant dies, and the admiral meets with Francesca's mother and stepfather. Even Webb contributes some information. The JAG team continues to solve the puzzle. Harm and the admiral pick up some ordnance and go hunting; they find not only Francesca but also a complicated shootout.
By DocRushing:
A woman Navy ensign has died, and a seaman stands accused of both murder and attempted rape; Harm prosecutes, and Mac defends. Mac, the defendant, and his chaplain all are alcoholics in recovery. A guard overhears a supposed confession by the sailor, but Mac figures out what had really happened. A commander in a SEAL training unit stands charged of fraud and larceny; Sturgis prosecutes, and Bud defends; the accused reveals to Bud that he had embezzled the funds with which to buy stolen goods on a Russian black market -- all for the benefit of the Navy and the USA. The admiral takes over the plans for his wedding, and he refuses to return Meredith's calls; PO Coates tries hard to help, but he gives her a snarky and unkind answer.
By DocRushing:
The admiral advises Harm to give much serious thought to his request for a change in his designator. A detective gives Harm a lead about the killer of Annie, Dar-lin's twin sister; Harm and Jordi talk with Dar-lin, and Harm starts looking for Charlie, the suspected killer. Harm, Mac, Jordi, and the admiral attend the christening of the Roberts baby, then Harm and Jordi follow Charlie's latest steps and misdeeds. The trail leads to the Naval Shipyard in Philadelphia; Harm finds Charlie and Dar-lin, who then starts down a path toward an adoption in a loving family. Harm receives orders to the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, so he makes a round of goodbyes in the office.
By DocRushing:
In Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia, a local girl complains of rape by a member of the detachment of Marines who protect the consulate. The civilian police seize the Marine, and Mac flies in from USS Guadalcanal. The angry residents besiege the compound. The mob kill the NCO in charge of the Marines and blind his second in charge. Mac, as a Marine officer, steps forward and provides leadership during an evacuation of the consulate. While in Aceh Mac passes her diamond ring to someone else. Meanwhile Harm and Loren defend a Naval officer, who is also a SEAL, against charges related to his behavior aboard a commercial flight on which Harriet was a passenger. Loren hurts Harriet and harms the defense.
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Following the transfer of a U.S. Marine accused of rape from the local Indonesian police to his CO at the Indonesian consulate, the consulate comes under siege by angry, armed locals. When the commander of the Marine detachment is killed and his next-in-command is blinded during the surprise attack, Mac realizes that she is next in command and must organize the emergency evacuation of the consulate under fire. Back at JAG, Harm defends a SEAL accused of killing a person on board a flight that Harriet was a passenger.
By DocRushing:
A pair of Russian MiGs shoot down Harm and Mac's "borrowed" aircraft; they eject and safely reach the earth, where two gypsies befriend them by concealing them and helping them to continue their journey. The admiral follows to Moscow, where Alexei intercepts him too. The gypsy woman has a vision, which she believes to predict the future. Webb also shows up in Moscow, and he reveals that Alexei works for the CIA. Then they all meet at an airfield at night and have a shootout. Next the good guys help Harm and Mac to pursue his father's trail to its end, where, with Mac interpreting, he hears about his father's last years, his last day, and his burial. The vision truly recalled the past.
By DocRushing:
Simon, an MI-6 agent, tells Mac that Webb is still alive. Sturgis is the acting JAG of the Navy, and he keeps everyone busy. Harm reveals the result of Mac's laparoscopy, and Mac and Simon find a murder victim. Mac visits both Kershaw and Clay's mother, then Harm, Mac, and Simon go to Manderley, where Harm finds Webb. Clay's mother follows them and finds a mess, but she sorts things out. Kershaw also follows to Manderley, then he talks with Webb. Mac breaks off with Webb due to her unwillingness to continue to deal with lies and deceptions. Harm repeatedly offers to listen to Mac and talk with her whenever she becomes ready to talk.
By DocRushing:
Harriet receives a commendation, then she changes to the inactive reserve because she has become pregnant with twins. Six men have died in a rough sea while trying to rescue a party in a rubber boat; Sturgis investigates. The admiral appears to stay in a happy mood. When he confirms his reservation for his wedding reception at the O Club in Annapolis, he converts it into his retirement party, which turns into a dining out. Harm learns that Mattie's father was not drunk at the time of the wreck; Mattie reconciles with her father. Webb appears to keep his promise to stay in touch with Mac each day while in Germany, but then the surprises stop, and Mac receives word that he has died (in the boat). Due to persistent back pain Mac has a laparoscopy; the news is not good. During the dancing after the dining out, Harm and Mac step outside and have a serious conversation. In the admiral's last official act as the JAG of the Navy, he presents a pair of shoulder boards to Bud.
By DocRushing:
Mac has prosecuted an angry woman enlisted Marine for drug use; after sentencing (including one year at hard labor) the defendant slugs Mac; afterward she is found guilty of the battery and sentenced to three more years at hard labor. The prisoner is to be transferred to Miramar, California. During an unlikely sequence of events Mac figures out the false positive result on the drug test for which the defendant was prosecuted. Both Mac and the admiral himself start helping. Meanwhile Harm and Bud represent a senior chief petty officer who is HIV-positive, and who receives harsh treatment from his CO. The senior chief goes through some hard times, then he winds up in a place where he can serve well.
By DocRushing:
At a US base in Saudi Arabia, Harm and Mac defend a woman Naval aviator who is assigned to a unit of the US Air Force, and who has disobeyed standing orders about the public off-base behavior of US women, including the wearing of abayas. The pilot in question, a native of Brooklyn, freely and vigorously expresses her views about such rules. With the support of the men in the same unit, Harm and Mac do their part in producing a positive and constructive conclusion. Meanwhile Sturgis and Bobbi have their second date, even after a rocky first one, and Bud and Harriet go out for dinner with the help of one expensive babysitter and two inexpensive ones.
By DocRushing:
Harm and Mac defend a woman Naval aviator who has disobeyed orders about the off-base behavior of US women, including the wearing of abayas, in Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile Sturgis and Bobbi have two dates, and Bud and Harriet go out for dinner.
By DocRushing:
To increase his understanding of a claim by the Navy against a contractor, the admiral takes a ride with Harm in the back seat of an F-14 Tomcat. The admiral accidentally ejects over a national forest during a snowstorm with snow already on the ground. Harm lands safely without the canopy. While a SaR helo searches for the admiral from the air, Harm does so in a Humvee on the ground. The admiral relies on his survival training and practical experience as a SEAL, and he finds a new use for an item from his emergency pack. Harm eventually finds him in an unexpected place. The admiral had taken a Valentine gift with him, and he found and kept a new friend. The uncertainty causes a stir in the office.
By DocRushing:
While riding with Harm aboard an F-14, the admiral accidentally ejects over a forest during a snowstorm with snow already on the ground. Others help, and Harm eventually finds him and his new friend. Uncertainty causes a stir in the office.
By DocRushing:
A Marine captain has deserted and has become a freelance warlord in Afghanistan, seeking Osama bin Laden; he stands accused of leading a ragtag band of local soldiers on a raid which caused five deaths in a native village. He has asked to defend himself against those charges in a US court-martial, but only after first consulting US military legal counsel. Harm and Mac go to Afghanistan, and they eventually meet him in the hills. The Afghan government seizes him and places him on trial; Harm and Mac defend him; the court finds him guilty and turns him over to the people for Islamic retribution. Meanwhile the Navy recalls Bud's father to active duty but later turns him loose again, yet he volunteers anyway.
By DocRushing:
By mistake a foreign agent sends a document by fax to Meg's office. After he discovers his mistake, he, disguised as a commander in the Royal Navy, goes to Meg's office and retrieves the paper, then he shoots Meg and takes three shots at Cdr. Krennick, seeking to prevent them from identifying him. Meg undergoes surgery at the Naval Medical Center in Bethesda. Harm and others pursue the assailant, who proves to be an assassin with an assignment to kill a political figure in Washington. After chases and fireworks the good guys track the bad one, and they not only prevent him from hitting his quarry but also put him out of action. Ollie North makes another special appearance.
By DocRushing:
A fire breaks out in the galley aboard a destroyer at sea; personal injuries and materiel damage result. Harm and Mac investigate. The fire may have resulted from one or more human mistakes or maybe from the age of the ship, which is the second oldest destroyer in the Navy. A hearing takes place; Mac prosecutes a sailor who has confessed to a risky act, and Harm defends him. The admiral feels and shows much interest in an aging Marine who received the Medal of Honor for gallantry during the battle for Guadalcanal in WW2, but who has recently run into some trouble. Bud, Harriet, and the admiral talk more about Bud's next set of orders.
By DocRushing:
During a classified and dangerous operation off the coast of Libya, a SEAL dies as a result of gunfire; the government charges the chief petty officer in charge with the premeditated murder of his best friend. In a preliminary hearing Harm and Bud prosecute, and Mac defends. Friction develops between Harm and Mac. Harm uses a forceful technique to demonstrate to the court that the weapon in question had not jammed. Harm eventually discovers the background of the dead sailor, and he deduces how the death took place; then he informs the court that he cannot prove the case against the defendant, so the judge dismisses the charge. Harm and Mac make peace with each other.
By DocRushing:
A gunnery sergeant in the Marine Corps receives orders to Bosnia contrary to a deal which he'd made with his detailer, and his CO refuses to listen; the gunny, an expert sniper, takes one shot at the Humvee carrying the CO, and he hits one mirror at a range of more than 1,000 meters. The colonel accuses him of attempted murder, but the gunny says that he merely tried to get his attention. Harm and Meg investigate. While awaiting a preliminary hearing the accused escapes from the brig. The CO, many Marines, Harm, and Meg all pursue. Harm finds him, and they return to the base. Harm arranges a demonstration of the gunny's sincerity and veracity.
By DocRushing:
A Marine sniper receives orders contrary to a previous deal; his CO refuses to listen; the sniper takes a shot at the CO's Humvee. Harm and Meg investigate. After an escape and a chase, Harm returns the accused to the base and works it out.
By DocRushing:
During an organized event in a wooded area, a Boy Scout finds the decomposing body of Lt. Loren Singer in a tree. NCIS investigates, and Harm soon becomes the prime suspect. Harm appears to try to hide something. The NCIS, continuing its investigation, finds not only several surprises about Loren's death but also several pieces of circumstantial evidence pointing directly to Harm, who then finds himself in an uncomfortable position. Special Agent Jethro Gibbs also gives attention to terrorists in the Middle East. This episode and the next one introduce the NCIS characters and pave the way for the NCIS series, which debuts five months later (on 23 September 2003).
By DocRushing:
During an exercise a Marine Corps helicopter has a midair collision with an unknown aircraft above the Mojave Desert; all but the pilot survive. Harm and Bud investigate; Mac stays in Washington and plays games with Dalton and his colleagues. A mysterious alleged federal agency takes control of the crash site and runs away Harm and Bud. The other aircraft appears not to have crashed nearby; Harm and Bud learn more about it, and they run into trouble, but the Marines arrive and save the day. Harm figures out how the crash happened. Harm also meets Clark Palmer, whom he'll see again later. Mac makes an important announcement to the admiral.
By DocRushing:
Clark Palmer, a discredited rogue agent of a rogue federal agency, captures, immobilizes, and restrains Harm on the morning of the first day of a pretrial hearing on charges against a Marine lieutenant colonel accused of violating a chemical-weapon treaty. Harm and Mac are scheduled to prosecute, and a civilian mouthpiece defends. Palmer again renders Harm unconscious inside his apartment, then makes a mold and a mask so that he can impersonate Harm. The hearing starts with Mac but without Harm. However, belatedly the imitation Harm arrives, takes over the prosecution, and soon exposes the defendant to an aerosol containing a nerve gas. Meanwhile Bud helps Harm to escape and to go to the courtroom, where Harm detains Palmer. The admiral and others take the unconscious defendant to A.J.'s office, where they and Harm render help. Bud also gives Harriet a piece of jewelry.
By DocRushing:
Palmer captures Harm and makes a mask of his face, so that he can impersonate him. Palmer, the imitation Harm, goes to a hearing, where he tries to kill a Marine officer accused of violating a weapons treaty. Bud gives Harriet some jewelry.
By DocRushing:
An air strike in Afghanistan has failed to hit Kabir, a highly placed leader of the Al Qaeda, who escaped; instead the strike left several local civilian casualties. Gunny took part in the strike. Harm and Mac go to Afghanistan to investigate, and they spend a night together below the stars. Bud and PO Coates monitor and participate in the incarceration and interrogation of two terrorist suspects aboard USS Seahawk (CVN-65) at sea. One suspect is a Trekkie, as is Bud, so Bud succeeds in gaining useful data by questioning him by using the vocabulary and principles of Star Trek. Webb and a fellow CIA spook act spookily. Meanwhile Harriet makes a significant impression on Loren.
By DocRushing:
A RIO dies of prolonged hypoxia at high altitude, and the hypoxia is traced to contaminated liquid oxygen. At first the evidence implicates a petty officer (the plane captain). Harm investigates, then Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends (by request of the defendant). Harm allows his emotions to cause his defense to be inadequate. The defendant requests a change, so the admiral takes Harm off the case and sends in Sturgis instead. Harm later runs into more trouble when he begins to discover the rest of the story. Tiner also contributes to the defense. Harm takes another ride in a Tomcat. Bud shows displeasure with Harriet's protectiveness toward him.
By DocRushing:
A Japanese man accuses a US Naval officer (from a visiting aircraft carrier) of raping his teenage daughter. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate; a rear admiral applies political pressure. The Japanese authorities indict the defendant, an ensign, take him into custody, and conduct a trial, which goes poorly; it goes even worse after the prosecutor catches the ensign in a lie. The Japanese court refuses to allow a US lawyer to defend him, and it provides a Japanese one who's not well qualified for a criminal defense. A major event sends the JAG himself to Japan. Eventually Harm takes part in a conversation which persuades a witness to step forward and explain what happened.
By DocRushing:
Ten years ago an explosion took place inside a gun turret aboard a battleship of the US Navy. Now some of the students at a nearby naval high-school academy conduct a mock trial to prosecute a sailor for the resulting deaths. The admiral sends Harm and Mac to advise the students -- Harm on the prosecution, Mac on the defense. The students continue to investigate, and, with some help from Harm, Mac, Bud, and the gunny, they discover a material witness who was never interviewed during the official investigation; the witness belatedly provides enlightening testimony. Meanwhile an outside group tries to shoot a recruiting commercial.
By Jesse Sanchez:
Harm and Mac go to an Academy to help in an exercise. The cadets are trying an old case, but during the re-enactment they find some new evidence. A TV producer wants to make a recruiting commercial for the Navy, and seeks some candidates at JAG HQ.
By DocRushing:
A love triangle develops in Norfolk. One member is a teenage girl; the other two are a Navy couple. The husband is a lieutenant (junior grade) who lives and works in Norfolk; the wife is an ensign who has just returned to Norfolk aboard her ship from a deployment in the Mediterranean Sea. The wife discovers the affair, and she insists that her husband break off with the girl in front of herself. During the meeting a fight takes place, and the mistress dies. Mac and Bud prosecute the wife in a court-martial, and an outside civilian lawyer (one of Mac's professors in law school) defends her. The SecNav has authorized live TV coverage of the trial, which creates interference and confusion but also lends some surprising help. Meanwhile Harm discovers an unusual explanation while investigating a case of apparent suicide aboard an aircraft carrier at sea. Further, Sydney's son asks and gets a favor of the admiral, and Bud and Harriet ask a question of Mac.
By DocRushing:
While a Marine unit delivers relief supplies to a Nicaraguan beach (by using a Navy air-cushion landing craft), a mob becomes unruly; while a corporal takes part in crowd control, he hits a local man with his M-16; the Marine faces a court-martial for involuntary homicide; Mac prosecutes, and Greg and Tali defend; the trial ends on a surprise note. The general decides to conduct the annual JAG conference in San Diego; he leaves Harm in charge. Harm receives word that Mattie has become involved in an aircraft collision on the ground in bad weather; he goes to her in a hospital; she remains in a coma; the outlook is uncertain and discouraging; her father goes off the wagon.
By DocRushing:
Harriet plans and manages a JAGathon -- a charity-benefit marathon for the members of the staff of the headquarters office. The preparations and the race provide opportunities for personal pride and individual competitiveness to come into play. Loren adds abrasiveness, and Sturgis deals with his uncertainty about how he fits into the group. Bud eventually finishes the race. Harm and Mac tie for second place behind Sturgis, and they agree to talk about their relationship. Harm vigorously defends an enlisted man who impersonates a Naval officer, but he has second thoughts when he sees him while impersonating a hospital corpsman.
By DocRushing:
Chaos rules at the JAG headquarters on Christmas Eve due to a disabling snowstorm, the arrival of a young girl (Chloe) claiming to be Mac's daughter, the admiral's wish to get a substitute flight to Italy to visit his daughter, the arrest of a Navy woman psychiatrist for DUI, and the wrapping and delivering of Christmas presents for needy children. Chloe is believed to be an orphan and is Mac's "little sister" and a recently abused child. Somehow everything works out -- Chloe's father is alive, and Bud and Mac find him; the shrink was truly not drunk; Bud and Harriet take care of the gifts, and Bud finds the admiral a ride aboard a C-130 Hercules troop carrier.
By DocRushing:
An F-14 Tomcat crashes into the sea after a catastrophic engine failure; the affected squadron has a reputation for having become jinxed. Harm, Sarah, and Bud investigate. Harm also sees Annie and Josh again. Harm again flies a Tomcat; he helps a fellow aviator, and he disproves the jinx. Annie's employer transfers her to Baltimore. Harm also gives Bud a ride in his restored Stearman aerobatic biplane.
By DocRushing:
During night flight ops in the North Atlantic Ocean a sailor falls overboard from an aircraft carrier, and he dies, but the rescue helo recovers his body. The evidence and circumstances strongly suggests murder, but the zeal of the commanding officer becomes counterproductive. Harm and Bud investigate, identify a suspect, and prosecute him in a court-martial, during which they take a bold and unusual tack. Meanwhile Mac defends a Marine staff sergeant against a charge of bigamy; he loves both wives, and both wives love him and remain loyal to him. However, the bigamy blossoms into polygamy, and a third wife walks in. Further, the admiral ends his search for a new car.
By DocRushing:
In Georgetown a paraplegic sidewalk accordionist, who served as a Marine and a PoW in Vietnam, kills a Vietnamese man, then he goes to the JAG headquarters and confesses. Harm hopes to gain some information from the veteran about his father, and he tries to do so. The vet first spins a fanciful yarn for Harm, then he admits to the falsehood, and eventually he gives a remarkable account of the savage treatment of him and his fellow prisoners in a camp in North Vietnam. The victim of the musician is the camp commandant, who sought and got refuge in the US, and who had lived in the US during the past 16 years. The vet recognized the Vietnamese and his speech in the crowd on the sidewalk. Harm volunteers to represent the vet in the civilian court.
By DocRushing:
Harm not only flies but also serves as the legal officer for his squadron aboard a carrier; friction develops between him and a hotshot pilot. Mac prosecutes, and Mic defends, a Marine weapons instructor for carelessly firing a new weapon system while drunk. Administrative screw-ups accumulate at the JAG headquarters, so GySgt. Galindez joins the JAG gang to help. Against Harm's advice his hotshot shipmate destroys an armored vehicle containing whom he believes to be Serbians intercepting refugees on the ground and placing them in danger, but who prove to be Russian peacekeepers; he kills three Russian senior officers. A Russian admiral is aboard the carrier at the time. [To be continued.]
By DocRushing:
Aboard a carrier friction develops between Harm and a pilot who flies out of control. A Marine carelessly fires a weapon system while drunk. At the JAG office screw-ups accumulate, so GySgt. Galindez joins the JAG gang to help. [Continued.]
By DocRushing:
Harm returns to the office from the brig and his trial. Sturgis stands accused of having provided ineffective defense counsel during a recent court-martial; in the appeal of the conviction Bud represents the government, but he does poorly in standing up for Sturgis. The admiral makes a plan to propose to Meredith, but both parts of his plan go awry; however, she lends a hand. Webb has requested that Mac pose as his pregnant wife during a CIA undercover operation in Paraguay in South America; she agrees and complies, and they go. While Mac is away, Harm reexamines his relationship with her. Webb and Mac suddenly find themselves in a dangerous confrontation. [To be continued.]
By DocRushing:
Harm returns. Bud does poorly in standing up for Sturgis, who stands accused of providing inadequate defense counsel. The admiral tries hard to propose to Meredith. Mac poses as Webb's pregnant wife while undercover for the CIA in Paraguay.
By DocRushing:
By an invitation from the Russian government, Harm, in an advisory capacity, goes to Russia to help in reforming the Russian military law and its administration; however, local Russian officers in the field do not see the value of the reforms wanted by those in Moscow. In a court-martial Mac and Bud prosecute a Naval officer accused of espionage by selling sensitive classified information to a Russian agent; a jarring event interrupts the trial, and Webb enters the picture. Mac sees again an old acquaintance, and she too goes to Moscow. Harriet gets a pain and a small surprise, and Harm gets a large surprise. [To be continued.]
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While still in Chechnya, Harm learns more about his father's life after his escape from Siberia. Mac and Webb follow Harm to Russia, where they again meet both Alexei and Falcon; Mac and Alexei go onward to Chechnya and find Harm, then Mac alerts him about a plot to kill the president of Russia. In a curious twist Harm helps to defend a Russian helicopter pilot in a one-sided Russian court-martial. Meanwhile in a federal civilian court Bud defends the Navy against a suit by a woman whom the Navy had rescued from a raft at sea, but who wanted not to be rescued; during the trial the judge eventually hears and sees enough. Later Harm, Mac, and Webb head back home.
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Mac follows Harm to Russia and on to Chechnya, where she warns him about a plot to kill the president of Russia. Harm helps to defend a Russian helo pilot in a Russian court-martial. Bud defends the Navy against a woman rescued from a raft.
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While ashore on liberty from his ship while moored in Mazatlan, Mexico, Mike, Bud's brother, becomes involved in a fight with a local man during a barroom brawl. The local staggers outside, then collapses and dies. Harm and Bud investigate and later defend Mike in a court-martial. Bud Sr. arrives to lend a hand, and he eventually succeeds in doing so in an unexpected and unconventional way. With Gunny's help Harm and Bud dig again, and they uncover more than what first appears. Meanwhile Mac represents a Marine bulldog against a paternity suit and other charges, and RAdm. Chegwidden compares notes with a surprise visitor.
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A Marine corporal became convicted and sentenced to death 13 years ago for the premeditated murders of three fellow Marines; his original lawyer was Cdr. A.J. Chegwidden. The prisoner's last petition for review has finally reached the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces; Mic represents the government, and Mac represents the condemned. The appellate court orders a new sentence hearing, and Mic receives orders to return to the Royal Australian Navy, so Harm replaces him for the new hearing. Harm also takes part in the recruiting commercials; he takes Renee to dinner, and Mic takes Mac. Both Harm and Mac make impassioned arguments, and Mac consents to a promise to the former corporal. Then the JAG gang gathers at McMurphy's Tavern to bid farewell to Mic.
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RAdm. Chegwidden holds an engagement party for Mac and Mic, and the whole JAG gang attend while wearing their glad rags. Harm and Mac privately take part in frank and profound communication with each other amid a parade of incisive and revealing flashbacks about events involving the two of them, thereby showing the changing and developing relationship between Harm and Mac despite the engagement of Mac and Mic. Bud runs into some trouble with his wardrobe, and Harriet receives a gift of gold. The final scene ends with a subtle but pointed gesture raising several profound questions about what may or may not take place in the future.
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RAdm. Chegwidden receives a surprise visit at his home by a guest, who is not entirely welcome; however, he helps to work things out. While Mac and Gunny continue with their temporary assignment aboard USS Guadalcanal, an amphibious assault ship, a Marine officer dies when two rubber boats capsize in heavy surf during a landing exercise. The commanding officer of the ship orders a shipboard special court-martial for another Marine officer, a major, who directed the start of the exercise during heavy weather. Mac investigates and prosecutes. Without prior announcement Harm arrives to defend the major, but the defendant hires a civilian lawyer to take charge of his defense. Predictably, friction occurs between Harm and the outside mouthpiece; still, though, Harm discovers the cause of the overturning. Harm finds an answer to a question from Mac, but he does not get an opportunity to give it to her.
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Harm goes on trial in a court-martial for the murder of Loren. A Marine major from Quantico prosecutes, and a Navy woman lieutenant commander from San Diego defends. However, the NCIS continues its investigation anyway. The cap proves to be Harm's, but someone planted it. NCIS agents find a pattern, they pursue it, and they find another suspect, who, during questioning, begins to concede that he was the killer. That lets Harm off the hook. Meanwhile Agent Gibbs goes aboard a surface ship of the Navy in the Mediterranean Sea to question a terrorist in custody. He gets an answer, which allows him and his mates to thwart the next imminent attack on a Naval vessel.
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Two cops from the Baltimore PD find a Marine, the command sergeant major of the Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, kneeling over his wife, severely wounded, lying in an alley in Baltimore, about 80 miles from their home, aboard the base. The BPD turns him over to the Naval authorities, who then charge him with attempted murder and try him in a court-martial; Bud prosecutes, and Harm defends. The accused has no alibi, but he offers an explanation, which invokes a supernatural event, and which goes back to a wartime occurrence in Vietnam. A priest arrives from the Vatican to investigate the involvement of a chaplain who died during a firefight. Bud and Harriet give away most of the baby stuff for their Sarah, and Bud runs into some psychological problems. Mac and Mic continue with their preparations for their wedding, and RAdm. Chegwidden experiences an extraterrestrial encounter of an unexpected kind.
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A disabled F-14 Tomcat crashes and burns during an emergency landing on the deck of a carrier in the Atlantic Sea; the pilot and the RIO escape with minor injuries, but one deck crewman sustains a major injury. Mac and Mic investigate aboard the ship at sea. Skates (a sometime RIO with Harm) served as the LSO during the incident; she faces a court-martial for dereliction of duty; Mac and Mic prosecute, and Harm defends. Skates, as a fellow aviator, reveals to Harm a special insight. Bud joins Harm for research, and the two of them meet resistance. Skates gives remarkable testimony from the stand during the trial. Harm and a hard-nosed skipper reconcile.
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An intruder enters a secure work area and shoots three members of the US Navy, and two victims die. The work, the facility, and the people are all assigned to the Naval Security Group, which is the Naval component of the National Security Agency. One of the dead is a friend of Harm, who seeks to protect the family and the reputation of his friend. Clayton Webb, the CIA, a submarine, counter-espionage, and disinformation are involved. In a preliminary hearing Harm represents the government, and Bud represents the suspect, who is the one who survived the shooting. Harm figures out what happened. Meanwhile Renee returns from Minnesota with a big surprise, and Mac returns from Indonesia but soon goes back. Mac also receives a significant medal, but she gives it away.
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A TV-news network airs a report alleging that during Desert Storm a US Marine team has used sarin gas to assassinate three renegade US civilians working at an Iraqi facility in Kuwait producing chemical WMDs for Saddam Hussein. The three engineers died, as did four Marines, along with a fifth one who committed suicide three months later. Rep. Bobbi Latham requests the services of Harm as an adviser to a House subcommittee investigating the accusation; the admiral agrees. LCdr. Mic Brumby, RAN, both a lawyer and a submariner, arrives at the JAG headquarters for duty as an exchange officer. Mac's long-estranged husband suddenly shows up with complications. Differences come up between Harm and Bobbi, but they work it out -- after they catch the reporter in several lies. [To be continued.]
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While Sarah prepares to present a lecture at the US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, she falls asleep and dreams about a conspiracy to commit a mutiny at sea aboard USS Somers, a brig of war, a sailing vessel, in 1842. The Commanding Officer of the real USS Somers was Cdr. Alexander Slidell Mackenzie, whose surname was nearly identical to Sarah's. The regular cast portray the people involved in Sarah's dream. Trevor Goddard plays the role of Cdr. Mackenzie, and Catherine Bell plays Mrs. Mackenzie. Here, as in truth, Midshipman Philip Spencer, the leader among the mutineers, is the son of John Canfield Spencer, the Secretary of War under President John Tyler. [In 1845 George Bancroft, the Secretary of the Navy, in a response to the Somers Affair, ordered the founding of the US Naval Academy.] Both Harm and Sarah continue to show uncertainty about the future.
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While Sarah prepares to present a lecture at the US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, she falls asleep and dreams about a conspiracy to commit a mutiny aboard USS Somers, a brig of war, in 1842. The Commanding Officer of the real USS Somers was Cdr. Alexander Slidell Mackenzie, whose surname was nearly identical to Sarah's. The regular cast portray the people involved in Sarah's dream. Trevor Goddard plays the role of Cdr. Mackenzie, and Catherine Bell plays Mrs. Mackenzie. Here, as in truth, Midshipman Philip Spencer, the leader among the mutineers, is the son of John Canfield Spencer, the Secretary of War under President John Tyler. [In 1845 George Bancroft, the Secretary of the Navy, in a response to the Somers Affair, ordered the founding of the US Naval Academy.] Both Harm and Sarah continue to show uncertainty about the future.
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A senator asks the new SecNav to obtain a declassification of the story of the loss of a nuclear submarine on a CIA operation in 1968 -- so that the families can finally learn about the loss of their loved ones. The senator is the daughter of the skipper of the boat. The SecNav turns to the JAG, who appoints a quiet and classified court of inquiry. Harm, Mac, and Sturgis serve as counsel to the court. Due to the extremely high classification of the mission, much wrangling takes place between the CIA and the Navy. However, a surprise piece of evidence leads Harm to the explanation of the resistance within the CIA. A satisfactory compromise comes about, the families learn, and Webb gets a new assignment to a nothing job in a nowhere place. Bud and Harriet together reach a high point in his rehab.
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Harm, Mac, and Sturgis serve as counsel to a court of inquiry to get a declassification of the story of the loss of a nuclear submarine in 1968. The families finally learn what they need to know. Bud and Harriet together reach a high point.
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After Mac postpones her wedding indefinitely, after Mic returns to Australia and the Royal Australian Navy, and, while Harm continues to convalesce, Mac seeks to avoid questions from friends by requesting a temporary assignment away from the JAG headquarters and out of town. She asks to investigate a disappearance of a Marine major from a ship at sea; the admiral sends both her and Gunny to the ship in the Indian Ocean. Under interesting circumstances Mac and Gunny find their man, who unwittingly nudges Mac toward some introspection. Meanwhile an airman taxies an aircraft and makes a short flight with an unhappy ending; a new character, Cdr. Turner, prosecutes, and Harm defends. Harm reaches for the stars and brings about a bright conclusion to that case; he further takes his client for an exciting ride.
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A five-year-old girl dies by strangulation during a school field trip to a Naval museum in Washington, DC; nobody reports a corresponding missing child. Harm takes a strong personal interest in the case, so he gets the admiral's consent for him to investigate; he calls in LCdr. Teresa Coulter, a pathologist. Autopsies show a history of malnutrition and physical abuse. With Bud's help Harm finds a source of information, which takes him to another lead, which takes him and Teresa to the victim's twin sister, who's alive. They learn the identity of the killer, and Harm resolves to pursue him until he finds him. Meanwhile Bud passes the bar exam on his first attempt.
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During a field exercise aboard the Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, a Marine is found to have become beaten to death, and the assigned Navy hospital corpsman goes on trial in a court-martial; Mac prosecutes, Harm defends, and Bud serves as a member of the court. Bud argues reasonable doubt to his fellow members, but afterward he has second thoughts. Meanwhile Sturgis lends a hand aboard the Naval Submarine Base, Groton, Connecticut, and in the marriage of a young sailor with a frightened wife. Harm helps Sergei with his immigration. Harm and a buddy take an unusual look at the Super Bowl game, and the rest of the gang watch from Bud and Harriet's pad.
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A woman commander has given bad marks on a fitness report of a man lieutenant in her chain of command, and he filed a complaint of sexual harassment against her. Mac and Sturgis prosecute in a pretrial hearing, and Harm and Tracy defend. Harm learns that the accused has hidden something, and he finds out what. Meanwhile Bud continues to have some ups and downs during his rehab, as does the admiral during his friendship with Meredith.
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A midshipman of the Naval Academy becomes lost overboard from a sailboat in a storm during a practice exercise in the Chesapeake Bay; Mac investigates. The coach, a commander, goes to a pretrial hearing on a charge of dereliction of duty; Mac prosecutes, and Sturgis defends. Emotions run high. Mike is a member of the sailing team; he and a shipmate figure out the cause of the loss overboard. Harm surrenders his guardianship of Mattie, but he promises to continue to see her and stay in touch with her; when Mattie moves out, he gives her a coveted and significant memento. By the initiative of the general, he and Mac reach an understanding about the past.
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The Navy has recently located the fictional USS Dolphin, a submarine which, according to this story, the Japanese sank on 05 December 1941, while the Japanese battle fleet was en route to attack Pearl Harbor; a civilian salvage operator has since announced his intent to claim, seize, and recover the sunken boat. The admiral, representing the USA, takes part in the legal wrangling, and he visits the salvage vessel and watches some of the activities. Respect and decency eventually triumph over commercial profits. Meanwhile Harm works on the annual budget, and Bud tries to help an overweight petty officer to overcome his physical problem; Mac, the prosecutor, too lends a helping hand.
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Webb and Mac continue undercover in a CIA operation in Paraguay. A familiar face shows up among the Latinos on the other side. The admiral and Meredith start announcing their engagement. Harm tries to get some information about Webb and Mac through Catherine Gale, a lawyer at the CIA. Unexpectedly Harm poses as Catherine's fiance for the benefit of her dying mother, and Bud conducts a sham wedding. The friend in Paraguay runs into big trouble. Catherine helps Harm in his quest for word about Mac. Webb and Harm take part in eliminating a drug dealer who has supplied arms to terrorists, then they get into a firefight at the hacienda of another such dealer. Mac reminds the CIA guys that Marines do not leave their own behind. [To be continued.]
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LCdr. Jordan "Jordi" Parker, a Navy psychologist and one of Harm's former girlfriends, leaves a voice message for Harm. When he calls back, he learns that Jordi has died. The NCIS first treats him as a suspect but later clears him. The admiral orders a JAG inquiry parallel to the NCIS investigation; Mac runs it, Bud helps, and, later, Harm does too. The NCIS calls it suicide. Harm calls in LCdr. Teresa Coulter, a pathologist, to help. After checking out three other suspects, the JAG team eventually find the surprising killer. Meanwhile in a criminal trial the admiral testifies against Danny Walden, the son of Dr. Sydney Walden, one of the admiral's former girlfriends, and he provides a practical alternative for the sentence for Danny.
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The gunny and a Marine friend go to a Japanese noodle house in Baltimore, next door to a gay bar, where, outside, they become involved in an altercation. PO Tiner, a patron of the pub, is also present. The gunny hits another man while helping to defend his friend. Later a detective of the Baltimore PD seeks to arrest the gunny for battery and gay bashing, but the admiral intervenes. A court-martial finds the gunny not guilty, but the BPD promptly arrests him. The admiral accuses the state prosecutor of a personal political motive. The admiral defends the gunny in his civilian trial. PO Tiner gives some unexpected testimony. Harm misses another connection with Renee.
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Mac's long-estranged husband continues to hound her, and a bookie continues to hound him for a gambling debt; Mac describes that to LtCol. John Farrow (now on duty at Quantico but a former CO, mentor, and married lover of Mac from Okinawa). The local police arrest both Mac and John for the murder of her ex and for conspiracy; she calls Harm, who keeps her out of jail. The civilian authorities refer the case to the Navy. Cdr. Ted Lindsey prosecutes, Harm defends Mac, and Mic and Bud defend John. Harm and Mic clash with each other over defense strategy. Mac lies for John, and he lies for her; then Mic finds the bookie, and he tells on the stand what really took place, and how it happened.
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Special agents of the FBI question Harm about the death of a Russian gangster who had offered to sell Harm stolen official documents allegedly about his father in Russia. The admiral sends Bud to get Webb, who springs Harm from the FBI. Harm then goes back behind bars on suspicion of murder, but, in an unorthodox move, Webb again gets him back out, yet Harm again winds up in a brig. The matter goes to a pretrial hearing, in which Mac, as a civilian, defends Harm. Mac and Harm feel pleased with the result of the hearing, but the agents of the FBI do not. Mac has another surprise conversation with the admiral, and Harm receives a photograph from a new acquaintance in Russia.
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A Marine platoon in Iraq takes fire from a hospital (which Iraqi forces have turned into a bunker), and they call in a strike from two carrier-based F-14 Tomcats. The strike destroys the hospital and kills 32 civilians. The Athens Bar Association (in Greece) files a complaint in the International Criminal Court against the President, the SecNav, and others, alleging war crimes and crimes against humanity. The SecNav calls for a team of expert litigators, so the admiral sends Harm, Mac, and Bud. During the trial, at The Hague, a Marine officer (a witness) saves the SecNav from an assailant wielding a knife. The trial turns out well. Mike babysits with little A.J., and A.J. gets away from him in a game arcade, and Mike eventually finds him. Bud returns home early, due to the disappearance, and he creates a scene between him and Mike.
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A battery explodes in Harm's face and deafens him; during his recovery he spends more time with Mattie. Secondarily to the Maravalis case, Mac and Bud become concerned with a disappearance of synthetic diamonds and the tortured death of a CIA agent; they later find some of the stones. Mac again becomes involved with Sadik (a terrorist who trades in weapons, and with whom she, along with Harm and Webb, dealt in Paraguay); after he starts stalking her, she eventually goes to a night club, meets him, goes with him to his pad, enables the Metro Police Department to avert an explosion at the night club, then, as a Marine, engages Sadik in hand-to-hand combat and shoots and kills him. Bud continues to try to talk with Mike.
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A Navy pilot and his radar-intercept officer (RIO) die in a crash of an F-14 Tomcat while using a new Air Force fly-by-wire navigation system; the pilot was a friend and shipmate of Harm. Harm and Meg investigate. The vendor of the system insists that the cause of the crash was a pilot error; Harm believes otherwise. While Harm duplicates the fatal flight, he tries to induce an error by the system while flying a simulator, then the does so while flying a Tomcat; he and Meg eventually discover the cause. Harm also comforts the widow and her son.
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After a 30-year career in the Navy, an aged retired chief petty officer requests a new trial in a court-martial about his involvement in an alleged mutiny after the disastrous explosion at the US Naval Magazine, Port Chicago, California, in 1944. Loren prosecutes in her usual hard-nosed way, and Sturgis defends. Sturgis's father, a retired captain in the Navy Chaplain Corps, takes part. While Bud continues aboard his new duty station at sea, Harriet searches for a home for her family, and she gets help from Harm. She finds the house she wants, and, using a power of attorney which Bud left with her before he left, she enters into a contract to buy it -- without first discussing it with him and without following Harm's advice to tell him.
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A standoff takes place at a barn near Yuma, Arizona, in which the lone gunman (with an automatic rifle) has taken one deputy sheriff as a hostage and wounded another; a helo gunship from the nearby Marine Corps Air Station intervenes and heavily strafes the barn; Harm and Mac investigate; Mac prosecutes the pilot, and Harm defends him. Harriet receives a call to meet with a general at the Pentagon, then she gets new duties. Bud investigates a Naval Reserve physician, a recently converted Quaker, who had received his medical education at Navy expense, and who, after his reserve outfit received orders to Iraq, suddenly has asked for not only the status of a conscientious objector but also a separation from military service. Sturgis represents the doctor, and Sturgis's father, a retired Navy chaplain, contributes much insight and wisdom. Justice again prevails.
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The Navy releases a TV recruiting commercial featuring Harm. A woman seaman aboard a ship becomes displeased with her assigned duties and activities, and she "quits" and walks ashore and away; she faces charges for dereliction, missing movement, and desertion; Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends. The accused at first feels uncomfortable because she's seen his commercial, and she figures that he too is "just" another recruiter; she argues that her recruiter promised her training and a rating which she has not gotten. The admiral helps an old buddy with a problem with Viagra; while doing so he meets Dr. Sydney Walden. Bud makes an announcement, and the admiral makes a date.
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A seaman deserts her post. She claims that the recruiter promised her a job, but she didn't get it, and was able to take the classes necessary for the job. Rabb is assigned as her defense attorney, but she hesitates because she had seen his recruiting commercial, and thinks he's another recruiter.
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A one-star admiral is in charge of a psychic-research lab in Washington; at the lab during a study into precognition and other paranormal phenomena, a subject, a lieutenant, wakes up and jumps to his death. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate; the admiral in charge now faces a court-martial for manslaughter and dereliction; Mac and Bud prosecute, and Harm defends (at the request of the accused). Unusual ideas abound inside the courtroom. Chloe, Mac's "little sister", runs into a problem while riding her horse; Mac experiences an atypical revelation, which not only produces a good and useful result but also causes her to change some of her views and actions.
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A sailor dies while working aloft on a radar antenna at sea aboard a guided-missile destroyer; Harm and Mac investigate. Another sailor stands accused of dereliction of duty and negligent homicide; Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends. During the trial they discover the real cause of the death. The admiral asks PO Coates to help with the planning for his wedding with Meredith, but she overdoes it. Mike offers to escort the younger sister of a fellow midshipman to a dance; the classmate and his sister are black; the brother behaves toward his sister in a strongly protective way; they all work it out together. Harriet continues to coordinate for the USO Christmas tour in Iraq.
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A Marine general stands trial in a court-martial - by his own request - for alleged reckless and multiple acts of disobedience - all during a war game. Sturgis prosecutes, Harm defends, and Mac sits on the bench. Internal friction pops up during the trial. An important piece of evidence reaches Harm at the 11th hour. The dispute at issue turns out to be a personal vendetta between two generals. Justice prevails. Meanwhile Bud reaches two more milestones in his rehab, he and Harriet hold a reception in their new home, and Meredith provides a good surprise to the admiral.
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Lt. Curtis Rivers, a SEAL who holds the Medal of Honor, challenges a candidate for the Senate who claims to be a former SEAL; during the confrontation the alleged pretender swings at Rivers, who then slugs him. Rivers faces a court-martial, during which Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends. Rivers also wishes to find and expose another impostor (a washout from the Navy) who has hired out as a hit man; Rivers uses an unconventional way to induce Harm to help find the hired gun. Meanwhile the admiral receives and deals with an inquiry about the possibility of nominating him for a civilian federal judgeship; however, he continues as the JAG of the Navy.
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Lt Rivers slaps a congressional candidate claiming the man is a fraud and not a medal recipient. Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends. Rivers wants Harm's help in finding a SEAL washout who is now a hired killer, and has a unique ensure his co-operation. The Admiral is offered a position as a federal judge.
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A Navy astronaut dies by falling to the ground at Vandenberg AFB, California, when a steel cable fails during an emergency-evacuation drill in preparation for a space-shuttle mission to repair a satellite. Harm and Meg investigate the death of the Naval aviator. The evidence first casts suspicion on an ambitious fellow astronaut, but a second casualty turns attention toward the possibility of the involvement of an agent of another nation. Harm and Meg find a disgruntled civilian worker whom a foreign agent has recruited. The mission goes on schedule, then, acting on a hunch, Harm and Meg enable the colonel in charge to avert the destruction of the satellite in need of repair. Harm twice flies again.
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A Navy astronaut dies during a drill while preparing for a space mission to repair a satellite. Harm and Meg investigate; after a second casualty they not only identify the person responsible but also prevent a destruction of the satellite.
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Harm takes a temporary assignment at the Naval Air Station, Patuxent River, Maryland, near Washington, DC. There he defends an old friend and fellow pilot against a charge of improper fraternization. While seeking evidence in that case, Harm finds something else, which leads to a major problem dealing with national security. He also faces serious questions about his professional behavior. Meanwhile Mac represents a woman Naval officer in a custody contest in a case involving an allegation of physical abuse. Mac also takes a civilian lawyer to the deck in a JAG office.
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Someone kills an ensign at night in a secluded spot on a beach during a romantic scene with the wife of a chief petty officer; the chief faces a charge of murder. Harm prosecutes, and Mac and Bud defend. There is a history of abuse of the wife by her husband; she first declines to cooperate with the prosecution, and she later starts to talk, but her testimony flips and flops. This case gives Mac some trouble in a personal way. Eventually some evidence arrives from an unexpected source, and the wheels of justice continue to grind. Bud and Harriet also spend time together.
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A civilian has sued the US because the Navy had held him in a brig for unauthorized absence -- because someone had stolen his identity, had enlisted by using it, and later went AWoL. Mic, having opened his own law firm in Washington, represents the man and asks for $2.5M. Harm and Bud settle with Mic. The admiral goes on a fishing trip in New Mexico, and Gunny, at his request, goes on a trip, also to New Mexico, to pick up a Marine belatedly accused of desertion (after his action at the Chosin Reservoir in Korea in 1950) and to escort him to Washington. Gunny and his prisoner take a contrived detour, wreck their car, and come under fire, and the admiral joins the firefight. After a resolution of the charge of desertion, the Marine receives the Navy Cross in an official ceremony. Meanwhile Harm turns over in the admiral's chair, hits his head, and experiences pleasant delusions about Mac.
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In 1981 a sexual encounter goes wrong, and a transvestite "sex worker" dies; a seaman becomes convicted on circumstantial evidence; 22 years later Harm meets him; an old file leads to prosecutorial misbehavior (because the prosecutor withheld exculpatory evidence from the defense). The prosecutor is now a member of the Congress. The PotUS grants a retrial; Sturgis prosecutes, and Harm defends; Harm presents evidence disproving that the defendant was guilty; the court releases the seaman and gives him a profound apology. Meanwhile Mac and Bud investigate a chief warrant officer with four wives and families; in a pretrial hearing Mac prosecutes, and Bud defends; the hearing officer refers the matter to a general court-martial. One of the four wives keeps her husband, and the other three divorce him; the government withdraws charges, but Mac promises the man an administrative discharge.
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During a training exercise in the Appalachian Mountains, the OiC of a SEAL team comes under attack, apparently by a sniper; he returns fire toward a muzzle flash; he finds the body of a 14-year-old boy, who was a nephew of a fugitive bomber. The OiC returns to the hills and investigates on his own; the locals find him and put him on trial for murder in a kangaroo "people's court"; Harm and Mac follow and find him, and Harm defends him. After much unconventional courtroom maneuvering, the jury reaches a verdict, and the judge announces his decision, then the admiral and the FBI arrive aboard helos. Each side winds up and goes home. Meanwhile Harriet takes a step upward.
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The DoD has hired a retired SEAL to test and evaluate physical security arrangements; he abducts the wife of the commander of an Army post. Harm, a schoolmate from the Naval Academy, seeks to persuade him to ease up a bit. The admiral in charge of the program assigns one more operation to the consultant, who then, on his own, captures a nuclear attack submarine, mans her, gets her underway, and takes her to sea. Bud serves as the officially assigned lawyer observer for each of those two adventures. Eventually the bad guy unsuccessfully tries to kidnap the wife of the same admiral. Gunny encounters a bit of resistance and resentment, and Lt. Loren Singer arrives at the office.
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To investigate the killing of the Russian peacekeepers in the preceding episode, Mac, wearing her new silver oak leaves, arrives aboard the carrier in the Adriatic Sea. X-man, the accused pilot, maneuvers Harm into defending him in the forthcoming court-martial. Bud and Mic also fly to the ship; Bud, to join Mac in the prosecution, and Mic, to join Harm in the defense. Harm further continues with his flying duties. Harm and Mac make some grand fireworks together during the trial. Harm gets one result from the jury, but the CAG interrupts the aftermath and announces the next duty and the next event for the defendant. X-man asks for more help from Harm, but he declines.
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Mac and Mic receive several wedding gifts, including one from PO Tiner, which contains a bloody knife; Mac traces the knife to its origin. Harm receives information which may help to free SgtMaj. Krohn from Fort Leavenworth. Harm goes to the prison and encounters Clark Palmer, a former intelligence field operative with whom he has tangled more than once. Father O'Rourke comes again from the Vatican to find out whether a second miracle has taken place. Palmer nearly dies, and Krohn receives another vision from Chaplain Wiggins. Palmer's life becomes worse, but Krohn's becomes better. The admiral contemplates a gift for Mac and Mic, and Bud has trouble while handling a football.
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Mac and Mic receive a bloody knife; Mac traces it. Harm receives info which may help SgtMaj. Krohn. Harm goes to Fort Leavenworth, as does Father O'Rourke, from the Vatican. Harm figures out the whole thing. Bud has trouble with a football.
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Two Marines in a Humvee become lost and mistakenly drive from Kuwait into Iraq; then an Iraqi detail intercepts them, opens fire, kills one, and captures the other. The Iraqis charge the survivor with espionage; they announce their intent to try him and to allow US lawyers to defend him. The Iraqis conduct a rigged trial in a kangaroo court. However, Harm has a second duty: to spring the accused from prison (with help from an agent among the Iraqis, whose identity is unknown to Harm beforehand) and to take all three of them back into Kuwait and into friendly hands. After much fireworks Harm, Meg, and their client head back home.
By Jesse Sanchez:
Harm and Meg go to Iraq to defend a Marine accused of espionage. The trial is stacked against them, they must find a way to free the Marine. They have an informant in the Iraq who can help them named Scimitar, but they don't know who Scimitar really is. They must find out who this mystery person is so they can free the Marine.
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A petty officer saves his unit of Navy Seabees in the Middle East from three terrorist suicide intruders in a pickup truck, and a TV crew catches the incident on tape. However, the hero shuns the attention because he is a man previously thought to have died in the World Trade Center on 11 September 2001. The widow of the hero's best friend and business partner raises a number of questions. Harm finds a way to produce the answers, and Sturgis helps the hero to stay in the Navy. The SecNav invites RAdm. Chegwidden to rebut the report by Cdr. Lindsey. After he receives the response, the SecNav relieves Cdr. Lindsey for cause and orders him out of the Pentagon ASAP. Sergei shows up with his fiancee.
By DocRushing:
After receiving a call from a priest at a hospice in California, Mac flies to Fresno to deal with the dying of her estranged father; her estranged mother likewise shows up at the hospice. Mac feels and expresses much anger in many directions and frustration about many matters; she has candid conversations with the priest and with her mother, and she reaches some resolution with each of her parents. Meanwhile Bud and the admiral, despite troubles and interruptions, conduct a video conference with the CNO while he's at sea, and Harm gets laser surgery on his eyes, hoping to improve his vision. Power problems continue. Harriet takes a tumble, and Harm catches her.
By DocRushing:
Harm makes his first flight for the CIA, aboard a C-130 Hercules with one of his former clients; they suddenly find themselves as field agents in the Philippines, and their visit becomes complicated and extended. They solve the problem overseas, and they get themselves and their aircraft back in the air without harm. Harriet has given birth to another son, named James Kirk (as in Captain Kirk of the Star Trek), and Bud (a Trekkie) and Harriet hold a christening party in their home. Midn. Mike Roberts, with the advice of Bud and Mac and the help of Mac and Coates and despite the advice of Big Bud, gives aid and support to a friend summoned before the honor board at the US Naval Academy.
By DocRushing:
Harm, with a former client, flies for the CIA; they fix a problem in the Philippines, and they escape. Harriet has given birth to another son, and she and Bud hold a christening party. Midn. Mike Roberts helps a friend at the Naval Academy.
By DocRushing:
Eight years ago a court-martial convicted a Marine corporal, Magida, for espionage and sentenced him to 20 years in prison; the admiral defended him. Magida has escaped, and he now takes the admiral as a hostage in his own office. Magida gets Bud and Sarah also into the admiral's office; he demands that Harm obtain the transcript of his trial, and he complies. At the direction of Magida, a mock trial takes place, retrying the same matter; Mack prosecutes, the admiral defends, and Bud judges. Webb and others add several interesting twists. Eventually the hostage situation becomes resolved, and justice prevails.
By DocRushing:
A vendor has placed an experimental torpedo and a civilian technician aboard a nuclear fast-attack submarine of the US Navy. After the boat fires the fish during an authorized exercise, the tech sends it on a mission of his own -- to shadow a cruise ship nearby until the US government pays a ransom. The JAG of the Navy sends Harm and a second lawyer, Ltjg. Meg Austin, to investigate and negotiate aboard the submarine. Mind games ensue. Meg, an expert in weapon and computer systems, eventually gets into the tech's laptop computer and the program by which he has controlled his torpedo. Harm and Meg save the day. Meg continues as Harm's new partner.
By DocRushing:
Having already passed the bar exam, Bud takes an oath (from the admiral) as a member of the JAG Corps. Aboard the fictional USS Coral Sea (CV-43) in the Persian Gulf, a series of major engineering casualties result in several serious injuries and other problems which for several hours prevent her from conducting flight operations (while seeking to enforce the no-fly zone). Harm and Mac investigate; they learn that some engineering troubles have persisted some time. They consider the possibility of sabotage, and attention turns toward two tech reps aboard. Then the disbursing office gets ripped off. Amid even more excitement Harm and Mac figure it out, and Harm takes a ride.
By DocRushing:
Webb, Mac, and Harm return from Paraguay to Washington; Webb goes to a hospital, Mac to the office, and Harm to the job market (because the admiral has forwarded Harm's resignation). Personal feelings abound all around. Harm and Mac visit Webb. PO Allison LaPorte, a Navy hospital corpsman, became MiA in the Gulf War 12 years before; however, she suddenly reappears in the garb of a local woman. She has joined a Bedouin nomadic tribe and married its sheik. PO LaPorte is also the daughter of a two-star admiral who is the Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence. Bud investigates in Iraq. The PO faces charges of desertion and aiding the enemy; in a preliminary hearing Bud prosecutes, and Mac defends. The judge refers the matter to a general court-martial. Harm has an interview with the CIA.
By DocRushing:
Around a fictional closed Naval air station near Del Rio, Texas, residents have reported sightings of supposed UFOs and strange electromagnetic phenomena, stories of supernatural events have abounded, and a 10-year-old girl has disappeared. At the request of a senator Harm and Meg investigate; they find not only the missing girl but also a number of baffling circumstances. They also find themselves as targets in gunfire. Eventually, though, they discover the explanations for the strange occurrences.
By DocRushing:
A US submarine mistakenly surfaces in the middle of a sailing regatta in Norwegian territorial waters. Harm and Mac go aboard the sub underway to investigate; they find also a series of illnesses and an injury; they suspect that someone aboard has induced the problems. An unexpected change of orders causes the boat to make a transit under the Arctic ice to the Pacific Ocean. With help from Bud at the HQ, Harm narrows the list of possible suspects, and that prime suspect suddenly does a number on Harm. Both Harm and Mac deal with him and eventually beat him at his own game. During their time at sea they work out their differences. They and the bad guy ride a helo together back to the US.
By DocRushing:
A US submarine experiences a series of mishaps and illnesses. Harm and Mac investigate while at sea; they suspect that someone aboard has induced the problems. Harm figures it out, and the bad guy tries but fails to put them out of his way.
By DocRushing:
The body of a slain woman Naval officer, a classmate and a special friend of Harm, is found ashore near her ship at the Naval Station in Norfolk. Harm and Meg investigate; friction develops between Harm and an NCIS agent, who demands that Harm be removed; Harm remains, but Alison takes the lead in the JAG investigation. The body of another Naval officer, a suspect, shot, apparently by suicide, is found in his stateroom. Harm suddenly finds himself in a pickle, then the season ends.
By DocRushing:
Lightning appears to strike an F-14 Tomcat and to disable its avionic gear at night during a flight to the Naval Air Station at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. The pilot wanders into Cuban airspace, and two Cuban fighters intercept him and force him to land at a Cuban airfield. Harm, Meg, and others fly to Cuba to negotiate a return of the aircraft and the pilot, although Castro has already made a deal to sell the advanced avionic programs to Iran. Games and intrigue ensue in Cuba. Harm and an old buddy have a reunion, then they escape in a borrowed aircraft; the others later return to Washington. RAdm. A.J. Chegwidden reports for duty.
By rcs0411@yahoo.com:
When a new JAG reports for duty he gives Harm an assignment it seems like an F14 malfunctioned and was forced to land in Cuba. Harm is told that the plane has some new software and if they download it..,,So Harm must make sure that doesn't happen, even if it means destroying the plane. So along with Meg, Commander Krennick and a man from the State Department go to Cuba under the guise of getting the pilot but they are denied entry but Harm does some fancy flying and they land. When he learns where the plane is, he does as he's ordered and sets it up so that the plane blows up and it appears to be an accident. When he tells them what he did, the State Department man tells him, they want them to get the software. It seems like the whole thing is a ploy to let them get the software which also has a virus in it. The State Department man says that if the plane blows up, they won't get the virus. So Harm has to find a way to get to the plane.
By DocRushing:
Annie Pendry, the widow from "Pilot Error", and her son, Josh, have moved from San Diego to Baltimore. During a field trip to Andrews AFB, Josh watches a murder; he soon shows bad behavior, so Annie seeks help from Harm, who obliges. While Harm visits with Annie and Josh, the van from the murder drives by, and a passenger opens automatic fire on them; Harm takes them to his pad. Harm and Webb find the missing body, then Webb becomes agitated. One of the bad guys kidnaps Josh from the JAG headquarters. Harm, Mac, and the admiral bend some rules and bust some heads, and they rescue Josh. The JAG gang, Annie, and Josh have a reunion at Harm's place.
By DocRushing:
A year ago Bosnian Serbian terrorists in Italy kidnapped a CIA agent, Tim Fawkes, who is a significant person in the histories of both Clayton Webb and the admiral; Webb, having learned that Tim is still alive, has begun efforts to rescue him, and he asks for help from the admiral, who obliges. Webb and the admiral go to Rome, where they participate in local fun and games; they run into interference from a source on our side, but they develop a plan and put it into play, during which they take part in some important talk about baseball. Meanwhile, Harm's Corvette disappears one night, then he, Mac, and Bud and Harriet all show up with new wheels.
By DocRushing:
A Navy lieutenant ostensibly blows a whistle on an allegedly defective high-tech combat system. Mac helps him to resign and to get out of his remaining active-duty obligation. However, she discovers his sabotage of the system and his theft of the source code, which he then delivers to his new prearranged civilian employer, who gives him a lucrative high-end job in the electronic-gaming industry. Harm and Mac learn more about the lieutenant and his service, and they present him with a major surprise, including another change in his career plan. Meanwhile Harm and Sturgis receive more awards, and Harm by accident meets a little old lady and her shyster.
By DocRushing:
Pirates have seized a Burmese civilian freighter in Indonesian territorial waters; USS Condon (ARS-54), a salvage vessel, has responded to a prior Mayday call from that ship; the general sends Mac and Greg, the new lawyer, to negotiate. Greg arranges for the pirates to send the ship's crew to the Naval ship; when those "crewmembers" arrive, they suddenly reveal that they are the pirates, and that they have killed the crew of the freighter; the pirates draw their own weapons, take hostages, and begin to try to seize the US ship; the US crew quickly regains control. However, two ships of the Indonesian Navy arrive and try to detain the US ship and obtain the leader of the pirates; then high-level bargaining takes place. The problem reignites aboard the freighter, but Mac and Greg take care of it. Meanwhile Bud and Harriet host a party to celebrate the birth of their twins; there Mike meets the general's daughter, who is a plebe at Annapolis and is a handful.
By DocRushing:
During an exercise including an amphibious landing on a simulated enemy beach, friendly fire accidentally goes dangerously close to a boat hauling 15 Marines -- apparently due to a mistake by Petty Officer Mike Roberts, Bud's brother, a fire-control technician third-class. With the admiral's consent Bud flies to Mike's ship and starts an unofficial investigation; suddenly Bud shares a berthing facility with Mike. Next Mac flies to the ship, then Harm does likewise. Protestors in a rubber boat stage a collision with the ship; Harm chats with one of them, and he learns much. Later the admiral, the SecNav, and Webb fly out. Harm figures it out and describes it to all the brass. Soon the admiral receives an award at a surface-warfare officers' ball, and Mic unexpectedly shows up.
By DocRushing:
During an exercise friendly fire goes too close to a boat hauling 15 Marines - apparently due to a mistake by PO Mike Roberts, Bud's brother. One by one Bud, Mac, Harm, the admiral, the SecNav, and Webb all fly out. Harm solves the puzzle.
By DocRushing:
A recently divorced Marine colonel has gotten into trouble with a judge about the custody of his minor son and his visitation with him; in a civilian court Harm represents the colonel, who has taken his son for an unauthorized hunting trip. Somehow in the colonel's mind the son and his memories of his best friend in Vietnam have become intertwined with each other. The sheriff's department conducts a manhunt. Harm becomes one of the hunted, but he brokers a deal, and, with Meg's help, everything works out.
By DocRushing:
A former corporal in the US Marine Corps, while speaking at a middle school, claims to have received a Silver Star for his actions in Panama in 1989; however, he then faces an accusation of both lying and the unauthorized wearing of an award. The SecNav recalls him to active duty and refers the matter to a court-martial; Harm prosecutes, and Mac defends. While Bud babysits in his office with a venomous Asian snake, it disappears; later Sturgis finds it. After Mac's recent experience with Sadik, she has difficulty in interacting with others; the admiral sends her to Bethesda to see a shrink. Mac makes a significant statement to Webb, but he misses the point. Harm and Mattie continue to have ups and downs.
By DocRushing:
Bud receives a promotion from lieutenant (junior grade) to full lieutenant; then Bud Sr. enters in uniform, announces that the Navy has recalled him to active duty to try him at a court-martial (for larceny and wrongful disposition of government property), and he asks Bud to defend him. Harm prosecutes, Bud defends, and Bud Sr. assaults and batters a government witness. Bud proves to be a vigorous and aggressive adversary at trial. Bud and Harriet throw a wetdown party at Murphy's Tavern. Continuing to look after Dar-lin, LCdr. Jordi Parker takes her to the JAG office, and Dar-lin identifies the bad guy from some mug shots; the NCIS people find his fingerprints at Grandma's house.
By DocRushing:
LCdr. Jack Keeter, a long-time special friend of Harm, has unintentionally and unexpectedly arrived in a desert in Iran aboard an F-117 stealth spy aircraft; the Iranian government has announced its intent to prosecute him for espionage. Harm, Mac, and Mic all go to Iran and investigate; Webb also shows up in Teheran. They encounter many games in Iran. A local agent of the CIA provides much help; unfortunately, he also introduces a big problem. Carrying out a Webb plan, Harm and Mac seize Jack and head into the desert; Mac and Jack stay temporarily with some new friends while Harm goes elsewhere, but they later join him. Harm admits to having learned something.
By DocRushing:
A Marine lance corporal claims to have shot an Iraqi PoW in the back of his head; Mac and Bud investigate; Bud prosecutes, and Mac defends. The victim was an informant whom the CIA had planted. Harm and the admiral attend a conference and a Navy-Marine all-star baseball game in Los Angeles; during the game a pitcher hits a batter in his head, causing a concussion. The manager of the injured man's team, who is also his father, charges the pitcher with an assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm; Harm prosecutes, and the admiral defends. Harm stays in touch with Mattie. Mac says that, in response to one particular question, she never tells the truth.
By DocRushing:
A Marine claims to have killed an Iraqi PoW; Bud prosecutes, and Mac defends. During a baseball game a pitcher injures a batter; the pitcher is charged with assault; Harm prosecutes, and the admiral defends. Harm stays in touch with Mattie.
By DocRushing:
In Korea during 1950, during the Korean War, 23 Koreans died due to gunfire by US soldiers when the Koreans failed and refused to obey when ordered to halt and to not cross a bridge. The civilian press in the USA has refreshed accusations of an unjustified massacre. Harm, Mac, an Army general, and a veteran of that war fly to Seoul to investigate; Renee and her crew go on the same flight. While en route a group of North Korean activists hijack the aircraft and divert it toward their own homeland; the NK government forbids the bird to enter their airspace. The hijackers then conduct a kangaroo court while aloft. Harm plays a major role in getting them all to South Korea.
By Jesse Sanchez:
Harm and Mac fly to Korea to investigate allegations that American soldiers killed civilians on a bridge during the Korean War. The plane they're taking is soon hijacked by some people who believe the allegations are true, and want the plane diverted to North Korea.
By DocRushing:
During an amphibious-landing exercise at Camp Pendleton, California, Marines find a comatose fellow Marine on the beach; Harm and Meg investigate. A local Marine officer has said that the victim, Pfc. Hanson, had slept off a drunk and a fight; however, a medical officer suggests otherwise; she says that Hanson received a beating, that there was no drug or alcohol in his blood, and that she has seen and treated similar injuries in other men from the same company. Harm and Meg find inconsistent data and a surprise; the company commander, a captain, helps Hanson to regain consciousness. Harm, Meg, and the captain run into trouble while fixing the problem, but they sort it out and set it right.
By DocRushing:
During a drug bust in San Diego County, California, deputy sheriffs find a package bearing the return address of a woman in Panama who's the wife of the Marine colonel in charge of the drug-interdiction program in Panama. Harm and Mac go to Panama and investigate; Harm meets the wife, and she surprises Mac. They figure out the lady and her activities, and Mac suggests that she go on a shopping spree; instead she goes elsewhere and meets an unhappy result. Harm and Mac embellish their oral report to the colonel. Meanwhile Bud reunites with his college roommate; Bud sees that he's missed a golden opportunity, but he's quite pleased and fulfilled with his outcome.
By DocRushing:
A single woman Marine helo pilot, an officer, faces suspicion of adultery with her flight-line chief, a married enlisted man. Mac and Bud go to Camp Pendleton to investigate; before they arrive, her CO signs charges against her, alleging that she has violated three articles of the UCMJ. The CO grounds her and sets the matter for a court-martial; Harm joins them to defend her. The Honorable Bobbi Latham, an outspoken activist pro-woman member of the US House of Representatives, also arrives, to make sure that the defendant gets fair treatment. New evidence becomes available during the trial, and that changes everything. The pilot still passes her qualification flights.
By DocRushing:
After sunset on Christmas Eve, Mac has a car wreck, which renders her unconscious and sends her to a hospital; she dreams flashbacks about a recent conversation with her therapist and about certain significant events in her life, especially ones involving Webb and Harm. While unconscious Mac repeatedly speaks Harm's name, so an EMT finds Harm's cellphone number in Mac's PDA, then the EMT calls Harm. Harm promptly goes to Mac's hospital room, and he soon says that he'll stay there with her that night. Harm and Mac start a process of reaching out to and communicating with each other.
By DocRushing:
An enlisted Marine dies during a covert operation against the home of a drug lord in Colombia; his recon team leaves his body behind. The admiral sends Harm, Mac, and Bud to Colombia to investigate; he implies that he also expects them to return the body to the US. Webb is involved in Colombia (even more so than he prefers). The Three Musketeers encounter much intrigue and deception, so they respond in kind. Harm cons the conners, and a double agent becomes a triple agent. The JAG team wins, so they take back with them not only both the dead Marine and Webb but also the drug lord (to face drug charges in a federal court in the US).
By DocRushing:
A Marine recon team extracts other Marines imprisoned in Haiti due to rebel action; women and children die during gunfight. An admiral had ordered the officer in tactical command to wait before starting the mission. Harm and Mac seek to determine who ordered the start of the mission. The responsible officer, a lieutenant colonel, requests a court-martial rather than an admiral's mast; he admits having disobeyed the order to wait by placing the welfare of his men in Haiti over his career. Harm and Mac prosecute, and the admiral and Bud defend. Vigorous courtroom action ensues. Harm calls a surprise witness with surprising testimony. Justice prevails.
By DocRushing:
Three thugs try to rob a C store in Georgetown, but a homeless former SEAL (and former MIA and POW) intervenes and kills them; he runs and seeks refuge inside a nearby church building while Bud prays there. A large number of local hotshot hyperactive cops surround them; Bud calls Harm, then Harm and Mac rush to the scene and render help. Harm joins Bud and the SEAL, Bauwer, on the inside. After the resolution of the standoff, Bauwer stands criminal charges in a civilian court, where Harm defends him. Harm suspects the presence of an unknown witness, and Bud finds him; the witness proves to be a double surprise indeed. After courtroom hijinks the jury finds Bauwer to be not guilty.
By DocRushing:
A Russian nuclear submarine sinks while submerged with a US nuclear submarine nearby. The Russian government learns that the fault for the sinking lies with the Russians, but the officials seek to blame the US anyway. The US submarine leaders know what took place, but they feel reluctant to reveal that, because to do so would disclose an important advantage. After two surprising twists Mac takes a ride aboard a US submarine, and Harm takes one aboard a Russian submarine. The two boats wind up near each other, because the US vessel shadows the Russian one. An extremely dangerous situation develops aboard the Russian boat, and Mac and Harm take part in resolving the problem. Meanwhile a woman ensign in the US Navy graduates with honors in nuclear engineering from a college and from the Naval Nuclear-power School; she then applies but is rejected to attend the Naval Submarine School and to serve aboard a submarine; Mac and Bud advise her.
By DocRushing:
A Russian sub sinks, and Russia blames the US; the US knows the cause, but to reveal that would disclose a top-secret US capability. Harm rides a Russian sub, Mac rides a US one, and danger lurks. A woman ensign seeks to serve aboard a sub.
By DocRushing:
RAdm. Chegwidden diverts Harm to Naples, Italy, on his way back from Seahawk (in the Arabian Sea), and he sends Tracy there also to join him - to find a serial killer who an Interpol officer believes to be aboard a certain US destroyer. Four prostitutes have died in Mediterranean liberty ports under bizarre circumstances. Criminal profiling works well; however, after Harm and Tracy first search unsuccessfully in the obvious direction, then they suddenly by surprise find the offender, who does indeed fit the predicted profile. Tracy fluently converses with an Italian inspector in his own language, and she tells him that her father came from Milan. Meanwhile Sturgis works with Bud, and Harriet tries to work with Loren, who has decided to get an abortion.
By Anonymous:
Harm and Lt. Cmdr. Manetti travel to Naples, Italy when an Interpol officer believes someone aboard a US destroyer is a serial killer who has killed four women while on leave in European ports. Mac remains on board the USS Seahawk until a replacement for Lt. Singer is assigned, though Catherine Bell (Mac) has no appearances at all in this episode.
By DocRushing:
A Navy commander -- a second-generation expert in biological warfare -- disappears, leaving his car on a bridge near Hagerstown, Maryland; Harm and Mac investigate, as does the FBI. The circumstances suggest suicide; then attention turns to a former CIA agent, who appears to have murdered the father of the present victim; finally attention turns to the victim's supervisor and his wife. The last two suspects have curious backgrounds, but not everything is as it appears. Harm solves both the new case and an old one. Meanwhile a woman Marine sergeant, who has filed a petition to allow women to compete with men in boxing, wants to take part in an inter-service tournament; Bud investigates, and the general fights with her in a ring; the general changes his mind.
By DocRushing:
A former Naval aviator from Vietnam jumps to his death from a 10th-floor window of a VA mental hospital in Baltimore. Maryland charges Roscoe Martin, a fellow patient and a character from a previous episode, with second-degree murder. Roscoe, who, predictably, justifies his behavior, calls Harm to defend him. After the trial takes an unusual detour, Roscoe and three other patients show up at Harm's pad, as do first a cop and later a SWAT team. Roscoe's efforts bring official attention to some of the problems with the treatment and the confinement of the patients in his part of the hospital. Bud and Harriet run into a problem with their project.
By DocRushing:
A JAG officer twice interferes with attacks against terrorist targets in Afghanistan, so Harm and Mac go aboard USS Seahawk (CVN-65) at sea during wartime flight operations, to help clarify the rules of engagement. Harm flies the next mission. After hitting the target he attracts enemy fire, and the aircraft sustains damage, but he safely returns to the carrier. Meanwhile the admiral offers Bud an opportunity, for his next duty station, to transfer to a ship or to an office somewhere ashore in Europe. Loren prosecutes a sailor accused of a hit-and-run accident, and Bud defends. Loren feels envy and shows nastiness. Bud finds it hard to give care to a sick child. A temporary assignment allows Sturgis to become closer to Bobbi. The admiral tells Bud that he has received a report that Bud has not done a satisfactory job of defending the hit-and-run defendant. [To be continued.]
By DocRushing:
One member of a Marine team became separated and lost during a sandstorm in Iraq, leaving behind a classified piece of radio gear; he hiked alone 200 miles into Syria. He now faces a charge of dereliction of duty; in a preliminary hearing Sturgis prosecutes, and Mac defends; in court some difficult questions come up. Harm flies again for the CIA; he and a co-pilot make a training hop aboard an advanced spy aircraft over the Pacific Ocean; en route, however, they become diverted to a real tactical mission over North Korea, and their flight becomes complicated and interesting. Sturgis continues to show much displeasure, especially against Bud. The last words consist of a high-power zinger by Mac against Sturgis.
By DocRushing:
A petty officer in the US Navy (a machinist's mate third-class) serves on overseas duty in a fictitious Arabic nation with an Islamic society. He and a local girl fall in love with each other. The sailor smuggles the girl into the USA and then marries her. The girl turns out to be a princess in the ruling family in her country. The INS, at the behest of the royal family, captures the princess and places her in custody. Legal fireworks ensue about the status of the princess. In a court-martial Bud prosecutes the sailor, and Harm defends him; Mac represents the princess (even in an Islamic tribunal in Arlington). RAdm. Chegwidden continues to meet frustration over Dr. Walden, her son, and his impounded car. Harriet unexpectedly goes into labor, and Bud presents some tragic news to the admiral.
By DocRushing:
Harm makes an official visit to Hong Kong (while that place is still a British crown colony, shortly before the return of Hong Kong to China); there agents of the Chicom government capture him, take him into mainland China, then imprison and question him, believing that he can tell them whether the USA would intervene if the Chinese take the islands of Matsu and Quemoy back from the Taiwanese government. Harm undergoes vigorous questioning, mind games, and drug therapy; in his cell he imagines that he hears the voice of his father. Meg and Alison search for him. Despite deception and double-crossing among the Chinese and after a firefight at the border, Harm returns to Meg and Alison.
By DocRushing:
A corporal in the US Marine Corps, who is a recent convert to the Jewish faith, has served aboard a Naval vessel in the Mediterranean Sea. During a port visit in Haifa, Israel, he left his ship and his unit, then he joined the Israeli Army. Five months later his Marine company commander saw him in a news report about a military action in the West Bank. The defendant now faces a charge of desertion in a court-martial. Sturgis and Loren prosecute, and Harm and Mac defend. Meanwhile Bud returns from overseas and goes to the Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, where he receives a Purple Heart and starts his rehabilitation. He gets a warm welcome from everyone except his own father. Loren makes a false statement that she too is Jewish, and she receives her orders to USS Seahawk to fill Bud's billet there. Bud and Harriet learn how to cope, and Harm and Mac continue to show growing signs of their getting in tune with each other.
By DocRushing:
Harm returns to the JAG Corps and to the JAG headquarters. On the bridge of a Naval vessel at sea, a young officer fails and refuses to obey a direct order from his CO; the former is Ltjg. Nelson, the son of the SecNav. Mic prosecutes, and Harm and Bud defend. The CO suggests a solution, and others endorse it, but the jaygee categorically refuses it. The SecNav tries to mend his relationship with his son, but the latter refuses that too. Even after the trial but before the sentencing, the CO again offers the jaygee an opportunity to change the outcome, but he refuses. Jordi gets orders for a transfer overseas. The gunny runs the office in a shipshape manner.
By DocRushing:
The US has received from New Zealand the remains of a Navajo WW2 codetalker who disappeared during R+R; the Marine Corps returns them to a Navajo cemetery, but a native medicine woman denies that the remains are his. Harm, Mac, Bud, and Harriet all investigate in Arizona and New Zealand. The Navy has proposed to name a new ship for the veteran, but the people of the tribe prefer that it not do so. The matter goes before a Navajo tribal court, the medicine woman reconsiders, and Harm proposes a solution. LCdr. Teresa Coulter, a pathologist, makes her first appearance. Bud and Harriet experience more problems, including an explosion in Las Vegas.
By DocRushing:
A murder takes place in Key West, Florida; the local authorities refer the matter to the Navy because the prime suspect is a petty officer assigned to the Naval Air Station. Mac prosecutes, Harm defends, and PO Coates helps Mac. However, because of the small size of the NAS, after a number of challenges during the examination voir dire, the court empanels five members of the jury, but it runs out of potential jurors for the sixth person. The judge proposes to use PO Coates, the counsel accept her, and the court empanels her too; the trial proceeds. Meanwhile the general hands Bud a stack of case files for review for appeal, and Harm seeks and gets help from Bud with a code used in a piece of documentary evidence. Harm then figures out who committed the murder, and why he did so. The trial ends in an unorthodox and atypical way.
By DocRushing:
Dalton and another person follow Mac and watch her; Dalton wishes to reconcile with her, but she refuses, saying that she can't trust him. Mac agrees to meet him one last time; however, he suffers an attack while she waits for him, then he dies in her arms. Harm meets someone by accident. Bud makes some good grades, but he and Harriet still have a problem. Harm and Mac prepare to defend a CPO against charges of assault and battery against a prostitute. Mac finds that an intruder has tossed her apartment. The admiral throws a party and introduces his daughter, who's come from Italy. The other stalker captures Mac, but Harm finds her and frees her.
By DocRushing:
Dalton tries to reconcile, but Mac says no; he seeks one last meeting, then he dies in her arms. Harm and Mac defend a CPO. A stalker captures Mac, but Harm frees her. The admiral introduces his daughter; Bud and Harriet still have trouble.
By DocRushing:
Mac has returned from Australia and has gone incognito as a chief petty officer at the Seabee Center, Gulfport, Mississippi, to investigate a charge of a rape of a woman sailor among a context of Wiccan worship and training; Harm and Bud join her as themselves. The rape charge leads to a court-martial; Harm and Bud prosecute, and a civilian lawyer defends a man chief petty officer. During the trial another woman sailor steps forward and accuses the same defendant of rape. After courtroom maneuvering, the jury delivers a verdict. Meanwhile Tiner, the admiral, and several others in Washington have trouble with a plaster pyramid, and Mac and Mic converse by telephone.
By DocRushing:
Two former friends from the previous life of Coates show up; trouble brews among the three of them, then one former friend dies. Two detectives of the Metro PD aggressively question both Coates and Harm; Coates on her own does some detective work which produces results which the cops have failed to produce. A wealthy civilian has bought an F-18 on the Internet, and her daughter, a young Naval aviator, has taught him how to fly it, but she gets into trouble for having done so; Bud investigates; he discovers mitigating factors which work to the advantage of the daughter. Bud also encounters frustration while trying to take an anger-management course.
By Jesse Sanchez:
A friend from Coates' past shows up. She offers her friend a place to stay while she settles in. Another past associate shows up looking for her friend, soon he is killed. The police find some evidence linking Coates to the crime. Coates tries to find a way to clear her name.
By DocRushing:
MGen. Creswell has arrived and taken charge as the JAG of the Navy; Bud gets off to a bad start with him. A high official of the DoD and a Marine have died during a ride-along in Iraq; the commanding general has ordered a court-martial, charging a Marine staff sergeant with involuntary manslaughter by culpable negligence, for his having allowed a routine street patrol to degenerate into a firefight; Harm prosecutes, and Mac defends. A parade of officers, including senior ones, voluntarily step forward to testify and to publicly and officially accept a part of the responsibility for an unintended miscommunication in the chain of command. Coates and the general converse.
By DocRushing:
Harm, Bud, and Josh take part in a weekend tiger cruise (for friends and relatives of Navy members) aboard a frigate in the Gulf of Mexico; Josh sights a raft with people believed to be Cuban refugees. The ship's crew "rescues" them; shortly afterward they reveal themselves as anti-Castro liberators. The terrorists take hostages, take over the ship, and prepare to launch missiles to hit Castro at a public event. Harm and Josh put out the word, and help starts moving. The bad guys launch two missiles, which do not reach their target. The crew regains control of the ship, and Harm, Bud, and Josh return to Washington. Annie makes an announcement to Harm, and, at almost the same instant, Bud gives Harm an announcement and an invitation.
By DocRushing:
Webb shows Harm a snapshot of his father and others in Siberia in 1980; he puts Harm in touch with someone who knows the details. After visiting his mother, Harm goes to Moscow, and Mac (who reads and speaks Russian) joins him; there they meet not only Alexei, an enterprising and resourceful taxi driver, but also two Russian functionaries whom they've previously encountered in the US. Webb and the admiral advise Harm and Mac about the two Russian agents. Harm and Mac obtain both a source of funds and a lead on the whereabouts of his father within Russia. Alexei helps them to "borrow" a MiG-29 (a copy of the F-14 Tomcat), but opposition suddenly appears.
By DocRushing:
Congresswoman Bobbi Latham and another member of the US House of Representatives take a demonstration ride aboard an MV-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft during a training exercise. While the craft flies just above the surface of the sea (to allow Marines to jump into the ocean), a minor mishap occurs when a large swell catches the pilot by surprise, and the bird brushes against the water but continues in normal operation. Latham, already an opponent of the Osprey program, holds an inquiry. During the hearing Harm advises the pilot, and Mac not only counsels Latham but also takes part in the questioning. Meanwhile Harriet looks into a conviction of a senior chief petty officer for a theft in 1976. She believes that he was innocent, and she eventually discovers the reason for which he did not raise his own defense beyond protesting that he was not guilty. Harm, Gunny, Bud, and Tiner begin planning for a bachelor party for Mic.
By DocRushing:
Cdr. Caitlin "Kate" Pike, one of Harm's former JAG partners, arrives for temporary additional duty (TAD) at the JAG headquarters. A two-star admiral receives orders to take over as the inspector general (IG) of the Navy. However, an old incident causes talk in the office, which becomes overheard and then leaked to a newspaper. The ensuing publicity forces a preliminary hearing to determine whether the matter should go to trial. RAdm. Chegwidden appoints Harm to prosecute and Mac to defend. The accused presents a plausible explanation, which appears to be consistent with his record. Mic wonders aloud whether he has done something wrong, and Mac offers advice to Kate. Some good news arrives from Clayton Webb. Meanwhile, Bud represents an attractive woman corporal in the Marine Corps who has a tattoo in a private place, and who wants to become a commissioned officer.
By DocRushing:
The highest CIA spy in Libya has become uncovered, so the CIA sends in Harm and Beth to pick him up aboard a C-130 Hercules; however, the spy shows up with a large number of his relatives; he demands that they too go, so they take them. However, engine trouble and gunfire raise complications; USS Seahawk, an aircraft carrier, is the only landing site near enough; they land without mishap. Meanwhile a seaman in the Navy has converted to the Islamic faith, and he has become accused of taking part in al-Qaeda activities; the testimony of one witness against him raises legal and moral questions. Sturgis and Bud prosecute, Mac defends, and Sturgis and Mac eventually reach a plea deal. Sturgis continues to wrestle with his feelings about the misconduct case about himself.
By DocRushing:
A special-operations team captures a high-level member of the Al Qaeda, and the President of the US authorizes a military tribunal, which then convenes aboard USS Seahawk (CVN-65). Harm and Mac prosecute, and RAdm. Chegwidden and Sturgis defend. Bud and PO Coates give their cooperation and hospitality. Clayton Webb also shows up, but he says that he's not there. Mac and Clayton go ashore to a detention camp, where they encounter the Gunny, and where Mac experiences a tense moment. The defendant defeats Clayton's post-trial questioning. Meanwhile Loren, as the senior officer remaining in the office, runs the place, and she does what she does best.
By DocRushing:
By order of the PotUS a military tribunal takes place aboard a ship at sea. The defendant is a top member of the Al Qaeda. Harm and Mac prosecute, and the admiral and Sturgis defend. Loren, as the senior officer, runs the place her own way.
By DocRushing:
A gang of intruders enter the US submarine facility at Holy Loch, Scotland, then enter the home of a single woman Naval officer and kidnap her baby son. The mother is the daughter of CincPac, and the father is the leader of a faction within the Irish Republican Army. At the bidding of CincPac, A.J. sends Harm and Mac to Belfast to provide help; he refers to them as ghostbusters. They find the father, who says that some other group has seized his son. Games and deceptions abound while dealing with the IRA and the Royal Ulster Constabulary. Amid fireworks Harm and Mac find the baby, meet the mother at the US consulate, and return to the US.
By Jesse Sanchez:
Harm and Mac fly to Ireland to help a Navy Lieutenant when her baby is kidnapped, apparently by the child's father, a person fighting British rule in Ireland. But when they find the father, he doesn't have the child, and claims someone kidnapped the child to get to him.
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Full list of actors of JAG:
1 Danneel Ackles in the movie JAG Danneel Ackles 1995
2 Wanda Acuna in the movie JAG Wanda Acuna 1995
3 Catherine Ai in the movie JAG Catherine Ai 1995
4 Tina Albanese in the movie JAG Tina Albanese 1995
5 Rutanya Alda in the movie JAG Rutanya Alda 1995
6 Patti Allison in the movie JAG Patti Allison 1995
7 Gloria Allred in the movie JAG Gloria Allred 1995
8 Cindy Ambuehl in the movie JAG Cindy Ambuehl 1995
9 Robyn Lively in the movie JAG Robyn Lively 1995
10 Kamala Lopez in the movie JAG Kamala Lopez 1995
11 Jennifer Gatti in the movie JAG Jennifer Gatti 1995
12 Tyrees Allen in the movie JAG Tyrees Allen 1995
13 Corbin Allred in the movie JAG Corbin Allred 1995
14 Travis Brorsen in the movie JAG Travis Brorsen 1995
15 Tim Lounibos in the movie JAG Tim Lounibos 1995
16 David Reivers in the movie JAG David Reivers 1995
17 Tony Noakes in the movie JAG Tony Noakes 1995
18 Alan (I) Stepp in the movie JAG Alan (I) Stepp 1995
19 T.E. Russell in the movie JAG T.E. Russell 1995
20 Tait Smith in the movie JAG Tait Smith 1995
21 Bruce Weitz in the movie JAG Bruce Weitz 1995
22 William Windom in the movie JAG William Windom 1995
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