Aboard a decommissioned Naval vessel, inspectors discover the skeleton of a missing aviator. Harm and Mac investigate. Harm finds an important book, which contains a clue about the whereabouts of his father, but the book disappears.

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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. Written by DocRushing

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The character "Dr. Burger" is aptly named. John Menick, who played the character, was "Herb", a nerd who never ate a Burger King burger in his life, in a major ad campaign in the 1980s. See more »

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The dialogue consistently suggests that the Hornet was still in service in 1975 when Lt. Tate was entombed in the void. The Hornet was in fact decommissioned in 1970 and was in reserve in Washington five years later. See more »

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Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.: Admiral, the void is sealed during construction. How would a body get in there?
Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.: Well, the same way as it did on the Great Eastern, sir.
Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden: Enlighten us, Mr. Roberts.
Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.: She was a double-hulled ship, too, sir. While she was under construction, a shipyard worker fell asleep in the void and was accidentally sealed inside. They said you could hear him pounding for years!
Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie: [skeptically] Years, Bud?
Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.: Well, obviously it was his ghost, ma'am.
Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden: Obviously!
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