Lt. Curtis Rivers, a SEAL who holds the Medal of Honor, challenges a candidate for the Senate who claims to be a former SEAL; during the confrontation the alleged pretender swings at Rivers, who then slugs him. Rivers faces a court-martial, during which Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends. Rivers also wishes to find and expose another impostor (a washout from the Navy) who has hired out as a hit man; Rivers uses an unconventional way to induce Harm to help find the hired gun. Meanwhile the admiral receives and deals with an inquiry about the possibility of nominating him for a civilian federal judgeship; however, he continues as the JAG of the Navy. Written by
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When Rabb and Lt. Rivers go to the police station, the external shot of the station is the former Newhall Area California Highway Patrol office. See more
During Lt. Rivers trial, they show enlisted personnel in the jury. The jury must be of equal or higher rank than the defendant, so since the defendant is a Navy Lt. enlisted personnel would not be allowed to serve on the jury. See more
Lt. Col. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie
I just hope you're not working on one of Rivers' crazy schemes.
Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
You know me Mac.