Harm, Mac, and Bud have gone to Italy for a trial, and the admiral has gone there for an inspection and a visit with his daughter, who becomes abducted. The admiral suspects an involvement with stolen missiles. The JAG team sorts it out.



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Harm, Mac, and Bud have gone to Italy to take part in a court-martial, and the admiral has gone there to inspect a JAG field office and to visit his daughter, Francesca. A band of Italian men kidnap Francesca; the admiral suspects that the abduction is somehow related to the trial about a theft of five Stinger missiles and the aborted attempt to sell the stolen missiles to Afghanistan. The defendant dies, and the admiral meets with Francesca's mother and stepfather. Even Webb contributes some information. The JAG team continues to solve the puzzle. Harm and the admiral pick up some ordnance and go hunting; they find not only Francesca but also a complicated shootout. Written by DocRushing

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Bud, while placing a phone call for the admiral, asks for the "Sixth Fleet CO"; the correct term is pronounced "ComSixthFleet" (the abbreviation for "Commander, Sixth Fleet". The top officer in charge of such a high-level command is called a "commander", not a "CO". See more »


Sergente Giovanni Cade: You don't know what you're up against, admiral. La Cosa Nostra has been in Italy 500 years, and they will be here 500 more.
Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden: Well, not all of them.
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