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1st Civ Div 

Abe and Harper try to track down a website owner who is inciting violence by having Marines confront and expose civilians who are publicly pretending to serve in the Corps. Also, Abe's ... See full summary »


John Behring


Craig Sweeny (created by), Craig Turk (created by) | 5 more credits »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Luke Mitchell ... Captain John 'Abe' Abraham
Anna Wood ... Captain Maya Dobbins
Ato Essandoh ... Major Trey Ferry
Phillipa Soo ... Lieutenant Harper Li
Raffi Barsoumian ... Warrant Officer Rami Ahmadi
Dana Delany ... Colonel Glenn Turnbull
Joe Carroll ... Lance Cpl. Gary Van Horn
Derek Klena ... Adam Turnbull
Justine Cotsonas ... Alex Hunt
Tom Degnan ... Lieutenant Ike Pfister
Lea DeLaria ... Marti Dimonte
Quincy Tyler Bernstine ... Lt. Col. Skylar Maddox
Robert Picardo ... Col. Zugler
Murphy Guyer Murphy Guyer ... Gen. Kozlowski
Shazi Raja ... Nazil Ahmadi


Abe and Harper try to track down a website owner who is inciting violence by having Marines confront and expose civilians who are publicly pretending to serve in the Corps. Also, Abe's relationship with Alex (Justine Cotsonas) becomes more complicated; Rami faces a crisis of conscience when he and his wife, Nazil (Shazi Raja), go for their citizenship test; and Col. Turnbull anxiously awaits word on her son's status after she approves an overseas airstrike.

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1st Civ Div or First Civilian Division, is part of the argot used by Marines, referring to persons who discharge out of the service. See more »

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Very Accurate
14 May 2019 | by dncorpSee all my reviews

During U.S. Army Basic Training, and U.S. Marine Corps Basic Training "Boot Camp", the Drill Instructors during the Vietnam War physically and psychologically got "the Civilian" out of you one way or another. Then turned you into a U.S. Army Soldier, or "The Corps" Marine after breaking you apart and rebuilt you, this is what makes it difficult to "Reintegrate" into the Civilian Life. If really pushed I can actually produce my Selective Service Card.

Notice I left out the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy, have seen what could be considered by U.S. Army or U.S.M.C. Standards as Unacceptable for a Combatant.

Never saw a fat Marine, even as a Civilian, "Old Habits". Discipline, Physical Fitness like getting up in the Morning and doing some degree of Physical Training even when Old.

Real U.S. Military Service Members "Off Duty" rarely wear any "Dress Uniform", reason, wearing a Uniform for most of U.S. Military Life, wearing Civilian Clothes is considered a Privilege, like Liberty or Leave. Going into someplace that you know might cause a problem, a fight, while wearing a U.S. Military Uniform is a disgrace to the U.S. Military, as "Conduct Unbecoming"

When assigned as U.S Army Special Forces Officer (previously Combat Service Support) to the U.S. Marine Corps to Train U.S.M.C. Force Recon to be more like Us, U.S. Army Special Forces as Today's U.S.M.C. MARSOC, left my U.S. Army Officer's dress hats, Uniforms on a shelf, and was issued U.S.M.C. "Utilities" (still have a set in my closet), then "the Fun" began, wearing down U.S M.C. Marines physically and psychologically to screen out any that could not endure what would happen next. Most would lose about 10 pounds to 15 pounds during the first phases of Training and more during the other phases.

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13 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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