JAG: Season 3, Episode 16

Chains of Command (3 Mar. 1998)

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An enlisted woman at sea makes a serious mistake; no casualty results. The command master CPO calls her to his office for counseling; she then accuses him of unlawful sexual behavior. Harm and Bud prosecute, and Dalton and Harriet defend.

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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. Written by DocRushing

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The captain ("Skipper") of the Seahawk wears a surface warfare officer (SWO) pin. However, the captain of an aircraft carrier (CVN, in this case) in the US Navy comes from the aviator ranks, and should be wearing Naval Aviator (or Naval Flight Officer) wings. See more »

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