Harm not only flies but also serves as the legal officer for his squadron aboard a carrier; friction develops between him and a hotshot pilot. Mac prosecutes, and Mic defends, a Marine weapons instructor for carelessly firing a new weapon system while drunk. Administrative screw-ups accumulate at the JAG headquarters, so GySgt. Galindez joins the JAG gang to help. Against Harm's advice his hotshot shipmate destroys an armored vehicle containing whom he believes to be Serbians intercepting refugees on the ground and placing them in danger, but who prove to be Russian peacekeepers; he kills three Russian senior officers. A Russian admiral is aboard the carrier at the time. [To be continued.] Written by
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The fictional carrier involved here is USS Patrick Henry (CVN-74); however, in the real world of the US Navy, CVN-74 is USS John Stennis, and USS Patrick Henry was SSBN-599, the second Polaris submarine, of the George Washington class, which served 1960-84. See more
Admiral Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden
There are navy people here, you're going to have to deal with them.
Gunnery Sgt. Victor 'Gunny' Galindez
If I'm going to be the Gunny here, Admiral, they're going to have to deal with *me*!