JAG (1995–2005)

Cowboys & Cossacks 

Harm, Mac, and Bud observe war games in the Black Sea, Mac aboard a US ship, Harm and Bud aboard a Russian ship. The two skippers, old enemies, try hard to settle grudges; the Russian, a psychotic, goes too far. Harm and Bud reach safety.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Albert Jethro Chegwidden (credit only)
Morgan Hunter ...
Captain Grinkov
Commander Yuri Kretchiak (as Alexander Kuznetsov)
Commander Petavich (as Michael John McKay)
Commander Blake
Captain McNamara (as Lindsey Lee Ginter)
Ensign Garrett
Heinrich James ...
Lieutenant Matovic
Geoffrey Scott Brown
Marine Sergeant
Mio R. Jakula ...
Vasiliev Helmsman
Russian Officer


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. Written by DocRushing

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11 April 1997 (USA)  »

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This episode uses many stock footage shots from the movie "The Enemy Below" See more »


When the Russian officers are taking pictures aboard the Cayuga, a flag is visible. It is either the international maritime flag signal X ("stop carrying out your intentions and watch for my signals") or the Finnish flag. If it is indeed the Finnish flag, it is an obvious error. If it is the letter X it is merely curious. See more »

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