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Black Ops 

A Naval aviator, while temporarily assigned to a SEAL team, drowns at sea; he was the son of a woman senator. Harm and Meg investigate. First they meet stonewalling and misrepresentation, but persistence and determination produce the truth.



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Episode credited cast:
... Harmon Rabb, Jr.
... Meg Austin
... General Nathan Behnke
... Lieutenant Alexander Kellogue
... Senator Grace Marion
... Chief Petty Officer Shipp
... Ensign Frank Cody
... A.J. Chegwidden
Rich Whiteside ... Quartermaster Warren Daniels
Michael Crider ... Captain Kyriacou
Ashley Smock ... Major Adams
Kevin Brophy ... Hobbs
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sean Michael Allen ... Admiral's Yeoman (as Sean Barnes)
... Captain Dykstra
... Navy Seal (as Benjamin Maccabee)


A Navy lieutenant drowns during night maneuvers at sea; he was a Naval aviator temporarily assigned to a Seal team; he was also the son of a woman senator, who expresses much anger, criticism, and frustration toward the Navy. Harm and Meg investigate; the admiral and the senator join them at Roosevelt Roads in Puerto Rico. At first they meet stonewalling and misrepresentation; however, persistence and determination eventually produce the right answers, which lead to a surprising conclusion. Harm twice uses his flying skills. Written by DocRushing

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Release Date:

10 April 1996 (USA)  »

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While Harm and Meg wear khaki working uniforms at Roosevelt Roads, their collar devices (rank and corps devices) fail to comply with the uniform regulations; they're too far down in the tips of their collars. See more »


Senator Grace Marion: You're a SEAL.
Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden: I was. Yes, ma'am.
Senator Grace Marion: That's like letting the SS investigate Auschwitz.
Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden: I, um... I realize you have suffered a great loss, madam. But your comparison is OUTRAGEOUS! If there is any negligence involved in your son's death, I will prosecute it to its full extent under the Uniform Code of Military Justice! Any further questions can be answered by Lieutenant Commander Rabb, who is heading the investigation into your son's death, and who, as you can see, is NOT a SEAL!
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