Navy Chief Petty Officer Leland Wiley's attorney makes a deal to get him out of a minor prosecution in exchange for information against the elusive arms dealer Agah Bayar. Tailing him and his lady friends (actually not just that) proves problematic as other agencies claim priority and invoke top-secret. McGee doesn't enjoy coaching present Probie Ned Dorneget's first field assignment, but even his worst error works out in the end. Written by
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McGee's Rule #1: Never Lie to Gibbs. See more
Director Vance refers to the victim as a Petty Officer, but he was a Chief Petty Officer, and as such, the normal way to refer to some of that rank is as "Chief". The director of NCIS would know this. See more