NCIS: Season 1, Episode 13

One Shot, One Kill (10 Feb. 2004)
"NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service" One Shot, One Kill (original title)

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A Marine recruiter dies in his office from a single shot; Gibbs and the gang investigate; then a second one dies likewise. The Gibbs group expect another murder, so they set a trap, and it works; Tony and FBI agents capture the sniper.

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Major Dougherty
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Gunnery Sgt. Freddie Alvarez
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FBI Agent Freedman
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A Marine recruiter in Washington, DC, while sitting in his office and talking with two prospects, takes a single round to the chest from a high-power rifle, falls forward, and dies; Gibbs and the gang investigate. While one suspect is in custody, a second Marine recruiter dies the same way in Maryland; FBI agents precipitate a departmental turf war, but the NCIS team outfox the Hoovers. The Gibbs group expect another murder, so they set a trap, and it works; the shooter squeezes off a third round, and then Tony and several FBI agents capture him. Kate, while impersonating a commissioned officer, has trouble with her gourd cover. Written by DocRushing

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Gibb's rule no. 9: Never go anywhere without a knife. See more »

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The team finds a small feather and Gibbs makes a reference to GySgt. Carlos Hathcock, a Marine sniper in Vietnam. He says Hathcock had 39 confirmed kills, but this number was actually 93. See more »

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[reviewing Alvarez' complaint file]
Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo: You'll like this one, Boss. This kid wanted to be a paramedic. Alvarez promised him that the Marine Corps would train him to save lives.
[Gibbs and Tony share a laugh]
Agent Caitlin 'Kate' Todd: What's wrong with that?
Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs: The Marine Corps doesn't have medical personnel.
Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo: They're all Navy.
Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs: Technically, it is true. Marines do save lives - mostly through the use of superior firepower.
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