JAG: Season 1, Episode 10

Boot (6 Jan. 1996)

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The body of a female marine is discovered at boot camp. Harm conducts an investigation, while Meg goes undercover as a recruit.


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Episode credited cast:
Tracey Needham ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Staff Sergeant Carrington
Don Dubbins ...
Pvt. Owens (archive footage)
Major Klein
Sergeant Gonzalez
Renee Hughes ...
Private Johnson
Private Whitley
W.K. Stratton ...
Sgt. Jim Moore (archive footage)


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. Written by DocRushing

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Harmon Rabb is referred to as Lieutenant Commander and bears the rank insignia of a Lieutenant Commander. At this point in the series he doesn't hold the rank of LCDR, but rather that of Lieutenant. He is promoted to Lieutenant Commander in Episode #1.13, "Defensive Action". See more »


Features The D.I. (1957) See more »


The Marines' Hymn
Music by Jacques Offenbach from "Genevieve de Brabant" (uncredited)
Performed by Julie Caitlin Brown and Jenny Gago (uncredited)
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