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Serbian extremists have executed three NATO observers. A SEAL team went in to rescue, but they arrived late. The officer in charge now faces charges of disobedience and involuntary manslaughter. Mic prosecutes, and Mac and Bud defend.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Harmon Rabb, Jr.
Sarah MacKenzie
Bud Roberts, Jr.
A.J. Chegwidden
Ens. Harriet Sims
Commander Thomas Risnicki
Tina Leigh
Dan Lander (as Leigh J. McCloskey)
Fran Glass
SecNav Alexander Nelson
Rear Admiral Stiles Morris
Major General Richard Plesac
The Director
Ray Buktenica ...
ZNN Reporter
Captain Millstein


Serbian ultra-radical extremists have executed three NATO observers near Kosovo. A SEAL team went in to rescue; however, the officer in charge delayed the jump and missed the deadline by 37 minutes. The OiC now faces charges of disobeying a lawful order and involuntary manslaughter by culpable negligence. Mic prosecutes, Mac and Bud defend, and Harm takes charge of the JAG headquarters while the admiral takes some annual leave, during which time he unexpectedly becomes a technical adviser (later an unhappy one) to the making of a movie. The defendant objects to Bud's representing him, but he changes his mind after Bud finds a strong argument in his favor. Bud and Harriet make a pair of significant announcements. Written by DocRushing

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13 January 1999 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


During a conversation with Bud, Harriet, and others, about a name for the Roberts baby boy, someone suggests "David", and Harm agrees that "David" is good. "David" is the first name of the actor, David James Elliott, who portrays Harm. See more »


One member of the court (the "jury") is a Marine captain, two pay grades below the defendant (a Navy commander), whereas the rules require that every member of the court must hold at least the same rank (or rate, if an enlisted person) as the defendant. See more »

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