Harm goes on trial in a court-martial for the murder of Loren. A Marine major from Quantico prosecutes, and a Navy woman lieutenant commander from San Diego defends. However, the NCIS continues its investigation anyway. The cap proves to be Harm's, but someone planted it. NCIS agents find a pattern, they pursue it, and they find another suspect, who, during questioning, begins to concede that he was the killer. That lets Harm off the hook. Meanwhile Agent Gibbs goes aboard a surface ship of the Navy in the Mediterranean Sea to question a terrorist in custody. He gets an answer, which allows him and his mates to thwart the next imminent attack on a Naval vessel. Written by
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The two-part episode sequence "Ice Queen" and "Meltdown", aired in the spring of 2003, was the pilot for NCIS
(2003). See more
When Major McBurney is on the range in BDU's, his collar insignia is gold. This would make him a target on the battlefield. The proper insignia would be black. See more
[arresting Commander Lindsey
Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo
You probably know your Article 31 rights, but I kind of like reading them.
A different typeface is used for the episode credits on the two-part episode "Ice Queen" and "Meltdown" as this was the pilot for the later series "Navy NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigation Service" (2003). See more
Referenced in CSI: Miami: Meltdown