A general stands trial for alleged disobedience and reckless endangerment during a war game. Sturgis prosecutes, Harm defends, and Mac sits on the bench. A piece of evidence turns up at the 11th hour. Bud and Harriet hold a reception.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bud Roberts, Jr.
A.J. Chegwidden
Lt. Harriet Sims
Sturgis Turner
Jason Tiner
Major General Lucas West
Lt. General Anthony Manzarek
Lt. Cmdr. Tracy Manetti
Lt. Col. Thomas Haller
Cpl. Sean Stiles
Admiral Mark Tucci
Meredith Cavanaugh
Lt. Col. John Swift


A Marine general stands trial in a court-martial - by his own request - for alleged reckless and multiple acts of disobedience - all during a war game. Sturgis prosecutes, Harm defends, and Mac sits on the bench. Internal friction pops up during the trial. An important piece of evidence reaches Harm at the 11th hour. The dispute at issue turns out to be a personal vendetta between two generals. Justice prevails. Meanwhile Bud reaches two more milestones in his rehab, he and Harriet hold a reception in their new home, and Meredith provides a good surprise to the admiral. Written by DocRushing

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12 November 2002 (USA)  »

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This episode and its contents was based around the 2002, US JFCOM-led war game "Millennium Challenge 2002". See more »


Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.: With any other judge, I'd have won this case days ago.
Lt. Col. Sarah MacKenzie: I'm sorry I'm not complying with your schedule.
Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.: Every time I work in an advantage, you slap me down.
Lt. Col. Sarah MacKenzie: Because you ask for it.
Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.: You're relentless, you know that?
Lt. Col. Sarah MacKenzie: Hmm. So I've heard. I'm the hanging judge. The source of all your problems, right?
Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.: That's right. But... though it pains me to admit, you're good. You don't let me get away with the stuff I pull on other judges. You really do know my playbook. Most of all, though, Mac... you know the ...
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