JAG (1995–2005)
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A New Life: Part 1 

A woman radar-intercept officer (RIO) disappears at night from an aircraft carrier in the Adriatic Sea. Two JAG lawyers, Lt. Harm Rabb and Lt. Caitlin Pike, investigate and solve. Harm, a former Naval aviator, unexpectedly becomes a hero.
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Captain Thomas Boone
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Chuck DePalma (as Cliff DeYoung)
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Bud Roberts, Jr.
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Lt. Angela Arutti
Raye Hollitt ...
Kane Picoy ...
Lt. Mace
Bill Bolender ...
Captain 'Skipper' Ross
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Lieutenant Mason Painter
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Lt. Jack 'Ripper' Carter
John Roselius ...
Admiral Drake
Gregory McKinney ...
Lt. Keeter Jenkins
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A woman radar-intercept officer (RIO) disappears at night from an aircraft carrier in the Adriatic Sea. Two lawyers in the JAG Corps of the US Navy, Lt. Harm Rabb and Lt. Caitlin "Kate" Pike, investigate. Two Italian fishermen discover the body of the missing person. Despite resentment and resistance from several sources, Harm and Kate sort through the evidence, and they find the answers. Harm, a former Naval aviator, gets a ride in the back seat in combat aboard an F-14 Tomcat, of the type which he previously flew; while doing so, after the bird sustains damage, and the pilot loses consciousness, Harm flies back to the carrier and makes a successful landing at night. Written by DocRushing

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Trivia

One of the seaborne locations that the JAG teams frequent is the "USS Seahawk". The United States Navy has never had a ship bearing the name "Seahawk". The "USS Seahawk" is portrayed in the series by CVN-65, the USS Enterprise. See more »

Goofs

In the closing shot, Rabb and Pike are pressed back into their seats as the COD is launched off the carrier. The seats in the COD are rear facing to protect the occupants during carrier landings. They should have been thrown forward into their harnesses. See more »

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[after Drake orders Lindsey to assign a junior JAG to the Arutti investigation]
Cmdr. Ted Lindsey: You want to trust this to a junior officer, sir?
RAdm. Al Brovo: You wanna take it, Teddy?
Cmdr. Ted Lindsey: I believe my present duties would preclude an immediate departure, sir.
RAdm. Al Brovo: You have the survival instincts of a politician, Teddy.
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Go navy!
6 July 2004 | by See all my reviews

My wife is a real fan of this show, so I've seen quite a few episodes. Just once, I would like to see an episode where the US Navy itself was made to look less than perfect.

To judge from this program, when you get promoted in the navy, you gain wisdom with each stripe. On the other hand, if you don't think well of the navy, you are a cad and a scoundrel, acting from the basest motives.

My father was a regular navy officer and my brother put 20 years in the navy (mostly on submarines) and they had plenty of examples of institutional stupidity in the navy.


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