Four women and one man share the common bond of loving someone in the U.S. Army.

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Four women and one man share the common bond of loving someone in the U.S. Army.

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The Army Has Its Code. The Wives Have Their Own.

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In season 2, Denise Sherwood (Catherine Bell) is a nurse in the post hospital, and cares for an amputee soldier named "Mac," which was Catherine Bell's nickname in JAG. See more »

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A visiting aunt is on the base. It is mentioned that she lost a son in the Vietnam war. The war ended nearly 40 years ago and if the woman was to be old enough for that to be true, she would be around age 80, which she is not. See more »

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[Belgrad is holding Claudia Joy and Roland hostage at the hospital Roland works at]
Sgt Peter Belgrad: [annoyed] Why are you talking?
Claudia Joy Holden: Don't know. I figured if I'm going to die before lunch, I might as well get my two cents in.
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A Must Watch!
2 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I absolutely love this show. I'm the wife of a Guardsman but we live very close to Ft. Campbell, Kentucky and more than half of our church is stationed here. I realize that a lot of the comments here discuss technical issues like uniforms and those issues have already been addressed. If the actors went to jail for impersonating officers, we wouldn't have a great show! As far as story lines, exactly as said, it's a TV show first and foremost and it's supposed to be a little exaggerated. As for the show in general, I think it addresses the biggest issue of them all. It's fine and dandy for the country to "Support the troops" and what they do overseas. But no one ever takes into the consideration what the wives and families of these soldiers must sacrifice for the same cause. Year long or better deployments, in harm's way, forced into single parenthood, the worry of ever seeing the man you love alive again. As Claudia Joy Holden said in her speech at the July 4th picnic, "We serve too". And she's absolutely right. I can't tell you how heartbreaking it is to see women at my church week after week, holding their heads high, keeping it together for their children. And yes, they always manage to bring something for our socials! One woman picked up her child in the nursery shortly before her husband was due home from Iraq and said that her 1 year old was excited about seeing his father...for the first time. If that's not sacrifice, I don't know what is. Watch the show and enjoy it. Don't ruin it for yourself by dwelling on the petty things. Realize what you're watching is true life and should really be respected. God bless our troops!


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