Sturgis helps a US submarine with 10 survivors of the sinking of a North Korean midget submarine, and Harm helps (as do Mac and the admiral) an underprivileged WW2-era Navy veteran with a legal problem. Harm stays in touch with Mattie.

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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. Written by DocRushing

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7 November 2003 (USA)  »

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The submarine in the show is called the Cathedral City, SSN-757. This number is assigned to the USS Alexandria, an actual submarine where some filming took place. See more »

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In the opening scene three different people - the commanding officer, the officer of the deck, and the diving officer - give, repeat, and acknowledge the order to go to "periscope depth". In contrast, however, in the real world aboard a submarine of the US Navy one does not give an order to "periscope depth" but rather to a specific number of feet (from the surface to the keel) - because the periscope depth varies (even aboard one individual boat) as a function of the sea state at a given moment and as a function of the height of the viewpoint (above the surface) which the conning officer needs or wishes to achieve. See more »

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