A displeased woman seaman "quits" and walks away; Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends. She argues that her recruiter promised her training and a rating which she has not gotten. Bud makes an announcement, and the admiral makes a date.

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The Navy releases a TV recruiting commercial featuring Harm. A woman seaman aboard a ship becomes displeased with her assigned duties and activities, and she "quits" and walks ashore and away; she faces charges for dereliction, missing movement, and desertion; Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends. The accused at first feels uncomfortable because she's seen his commercial, and she figures that he too is "just" another recruiter; she argues that her recruiter promised her training and a rating which she has not gotten. The admiral helps an old buddy with a problem with Viagra; while doing so he meets Dr. Sydney Walden. Bud makes an announcement, and the admiral makes a date. Written by DocRushing

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28 March 2000 (USA)  »

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The fictional ship here is USS Hartung (DD-998). However, in the real world of the US Navy, no such ship exists. There is no USS Hartung of any type and no hull number DD-998. The highest hull number for a destroyer is DD-997. See more »

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The commanding officer (CO) of the fictional ship here is a woman Naval officer, Cdr. Samantha Woodling; however, both Mac and Harm repeatedly and consistently address her as "commander" rather than "captain". On the other hand, in the real world of the US Navy, by an ancient and accepted tradition, the CO of a ship is properly addressed as "captain", regardless of the rank of the person in question. See more »

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