The gunny and a Marine friend go to a Japanese noodle house in Baltimore, next door to a gay bar, where, outside, they become involved in an altercation. PO Tiner, a patron of the pub, is also present. The gunny hits another man while helping to defend his friend. Later a detective of the Baltimore PD seeks to arrest the gunny for battery and gay bashing, but the admiral intervenes. A court-martial finds the gunny not guilty, but the BPD promptly arrests him. The admiral accuses the state prosecutor of a personal political motive. The admiral defends the gunny in his civilian trial. PO Tiner gives some unexpected testimony. Harm misses another connection with Renee. Written by
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Master Sgt. Manny O'Bregon
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