Mac and Harm resolve their personal and professional lives before they depart for their new duty stations in San Diego and London.
When a seaman kills a much larger opponent during a shipboard fist fight, Harm and Vukovic are assigned to investigate.
Gen. Cresswell believes that remains of a Vietnam soldier found in Laos are those of a chopper pilot who saved his life during the war, so he sends Vukovic and Graves to investigate.
The sole survivor of an Iraqi bombing faces arson charges when a fire destroys the Marine Reserve Center shortly after his return home.
On an assignment in Iraq, Vukovic defends a Marine caught on tape killing a seemingly innocent civilian during an attack on a mosque.
Mac and Vukovic attend the annual JAG conference in San Diego and face off in court during the trial of a Marine accused of killing a Nicaraguan civilian.
While negotiating a hostage release involving naval officers and modern pirates, Mac learns that the pirate she must deal with is wanted by the Indonesian government.
A brash new JAG attorney (Chris Beetem) has an unorthodox style that angers and intrigues Mac.
Harm and Mac find themselves on opposing sides when a Navy psychiatrist is charged with sending a soldier, suffering from combat stress, back into battle too soon.
Harm and Mac travel to Afghanistan in search of a Marine captain who deserted his unit and organized a group of local tribesmen to hunt down Osama bin Laden.
Harm and Mac head to a small naval station in Florida to try an enlisted man accused of murdering a civilian; Coates, who goes along to assist, winds up sitting on the jury panel and nearly causes a mistrial.
Harm investigates a weapons test gone awry after an F-14 goes down in flames near a California school.
After enduring an injury in a Christmas Eve car accident, a radio show sparks a memory for Mac, in which a psychologist forced her to face Webb's deceit.
Harm and Mac assist with an FBI investigation into the mysterious disappearance of the Navy's top bioweapons scientist; Bud presents Cresswell with a petition from a female Marine who wants to be allowed to box against male opponents.
Coates' once-shady past comes back to haunt her when an old friend comes to stay and frames her for murder.
Harm and Mac arrive for the trial of three MPs charged with abusing a prisoner at the Guantanamo Bay prison camp for al-Qaida terrorists.
Mac and Turner investigate the Naval Academy's sailing instructor for dereliction of duty after a midshipman drowns during a training exercise.
When a government official is killed during a routine patrol, a sergeant stands accused of involuntary manslaughter, and Harm and Mac go to Baghdad to help with the court-martial.
The president nominates a tough Marine lawyer, Col. Gordon Cresswell, to replace Chegwidden, sparking rampant rumors on Capitol Hill and in the JAG section.
At the request of a seaman serving a life sentence for stabbing a transsexual prostitute 20 years earlier, Harm convinces the naval authorities to reopen the case.
Mac and Harm investigate a friendly fire incident that claims the life of one Marine and wounds another in Iraq.
A former British operative (Ed Quinn) tells Mac there is a hit man looking for anyone associated with Webb, and the two seek Harm's help in catching the assassin and unraveling the mystery.
Harm suffers a personal loss, and Mac hears devastating health news; Bud's career reaches new heights; the admiral makes a life-altering change.
Harm and Mac are asked to investigate after Navy SEALs confiscate a shipment of heroin from a Pakistani freighter and a kilo comes up missing.
Harm steps in to help a grieving mother (Susan Walters) of a Marine killed in Iraq when he learns that reporters are hounding her.
Harm and Mac square off in the courtroom when a general is accused of making racist remarks about Islam during a church sermon.
An angry judge orders Mac to escort a female prisoner to California.
The gang celebrates Coates' promotion at a Chinese restaurant, where fortune cookies cause all to fantasize about what their lives would be like if they had made different choices.
The admiral orders Mac to see a Navy psychiatrist for post-traumatic stress syndrome following her ordeal at the hands of Sadik.
Mac plays a high-stakes game of cat and mouse with the terrorist who nearly killed her in Colombia.
When a pilot crashes his plane into the deck of an aircraft carrier, Harm flies a duplicate mission to determine whether the incident should be ruled an accident or suicide.
After a Navy fighter drops bombs on an Iraqi hospital, Harm and Mac defend the secretary of the Navy (Dean Stockwell) against war-crimes charges in the International Criminal Court at The Hague.
Harm and Mac square off in a murder case in which a petty officer is accused of murdering a female officer during a drunken rage.
Adm. Chegwidden launches an investigation into the illegal diamond trade when he discovers his fiancee's stone might have been smuggled.
Turner faces charges of racial bias; Harm petitions the court to get custody of teenage Mattie Grace; Coates tries to engineer a Christmas miracle for Adm. Chegwidden and Lt. Sims.
Harm and Mac board a destroyer to investigate the death of a sailor who was electrocuted while servicing a radar antenna; the admiral assigns Coates the task of coordinating the details of his upcoming wedding.
The Navy's star pitcher (Barry Zito) faces assault charges after hitting a Marine with a ball during the annual baseball game.
A Marine helicopter pilot interferes with local law enforcement during a hostage standoff and is accused of violating an act which bans military action on U.S. soil.
The admiral buries Harm in backlogged case files; a veteran (Ossie Davis) says a bureaucratic snafu forced him to steal; a submarine picks up a North Korean crew imperiled by a SARS outbreak.
When the CIA fires Harm, he lands a job flying a crop-duster for a teenage boss; staff discovers Harm's replacement has lied about her credentials.
A mission to retrieve a compromised CIA agent in Libya becomes more difficult when Harm learns the agent's family needs to be rescued as well.
Mac defends a Marine whose actions may have caused the deaths of two fellow soldiers; Harm's test flight in a spy plane turns into a dangerous mission to take photos over North Korea.
Harm goes under cover to prevent a terrorist from overthrowing the Philippine government; Bud's brother, Mikey, faces a tough choice when a fellow cadet is accused of cheating.
Mac is assigned to defend a female petty officer who has been found living in Iraq as the wife of a Bedouin sheik; Harm's resignation papers are processed.
A severely tortured Webb teams up with Harm and Mac in Paraguay in order to find Sadik; Mac goes undercover to meet the secretary of a local CIA contact that has been leaking information to Sadik.
Going against orders, Harm quits JAG and journeys to Paraguay to try to rescue Mac and CIA Agent Webb.
Worried about Mac's well-being, Harm tries to discover what she has become involved in; Mac's cover gets blown in Paraguay.
The CIA recruits Mac to pose as an agent's pregnant wife and help bring down a drug lord selling weapons to terrorists.
With Harm under arrest for the murder of a JAG officer, the Naval Criminal Investigative Service continues to examine evidence to build the case against him.
Members of the elite Naval Criminal Investigative Service are sent in to probe the murder of a JAG officer found in a park. Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly, David McCallum and Robyn Lively guest star.
A woman recognizes a petty officer on television as someone who had been reported dead in the collapse of the World Trade Center.
The INS catches a Marine who appears to be smuggling illegal aliens into the country to work at a sweatshop.
A submarine is headed to the Middle East, but it turns back when the crew cannot account for a missing nuclear torpedo.
Adm. Chegwidden ejects from a fighter jet, and Harm commandeers a vehicle to go find him in wintry Virginia mountains.
Newly appointed Judge Rabb hears a case involving the accidental bombing of British troops in Afghanistan.
A Marine lieutenant and his nurse fall in love on a hospital ship off the coast of Iwo Jima during World War II.
Mac investigates a Navy whistle-blower who says a top-secret device is defective; a lawyer (Gavin MacLeod) and his client threaten Harm with a lawsuit.
Harm and Mac investigate when a Marine general's daughter dies during routine surgery.
Christmas Eve events conspire to prevent the JAG team from spending Christmas Day together at Bud and Harriet's.
Harm works with Italian authorities to track down a serial killer that Interpol believes is a U.S. seaman.
Harm and Mac investigate a charge against an officer when she is found to be pregnant.
Harm defends a general who failed to follow protocol during a war-game exercise.
CIA red tape stalls an investigation into the loss of a nuclear submarine and its passengers; Harm turns to CIA operative Clayton Webb for help.
Harm defends a woman pilot accused of sexual harassment by crewman who says she ruined his career. Tamlyn Tomita guest stars.
Harm defends a petty officer responsible for jet maintenance who is accused of negligence in the death of a radio-intercept officer.
Mac and Sturgis defend two SEALs who say they believed a deadly car chase was part of a training exercise.
Harm defends a Marine who says he killed his wife in self-defense but refuses to let his son testify.
Harm and Mac defend a Marine corporal who says he deserted because of anti-Semitism among his peers; Bud returns to a D.C. hospital for rehabilitation after the loss of his leg.
After stepping on a land mine and losing a leg, Bud hovers near death and doctors inform his wife and JAG colleagues to expect the worst.
Harm and Mac uncover a terrorist plot against the United States designed by a high-ranking al-Qaida member (Francesco Quinn).
Lt. Cmdr. Teresa Coulter (Trisha Yearwood) joins Harm and Mac in Afghanistan to identify the remains of al-Qaida members.
Harm defends a respected JAG judge (guest star Corbin Bernsen) accused of causing a car crash that injured another driver and killed her 6-month-old child; Webb continues the search for Kabir.
Harm and Mac are prosecutors at the first military tribunal for a terrorist linked to the Sept. 11 attacks.
A sailor involved in a 1944 incident at a naval ammunition base asks that mutiny charges be removed from his record and those of his colleagues; Harm and Lt. Sims shop for houses.
Harm accuses a television reporter of disobeying military orders and botching a SEAL operation in Afghanistan.
Rabb defends a sailor accused of starting a fire aboard a destroyer, while Chegwidden helps a Medal of Honor winner excluded from a significant event.
Charged with dereliction of duty for not defending a client effectively, Bud faces a career-ending court martial with Harm on his side and Sturgis prosecuting.
Harm's Tomcat is struck by an enemy missile when he flies a bombing mission into Afghanistan; Lt. Singer becomes jealous of Bud's imminent promotion.
Harm and Mac defend a female pilot stationed in Saudi Arabia who refuses to follow local laws of wearing traditional dress and veils.
Bud serves on the jury in a case that Harm defends and Mac prosecutes.
Harm defends a Navy SEAL who disobeyed orders to rescue a comrade, resulting in the death of another officer.
A love triangle seems to be to blame for a female Navy officer's murder -- until Mac's psychic powers are unleashed and visions of a terrorist plot dance in his head.
On Christmas Eve, Harm is left in charge of petty officer charged with larceny; the Navy is forced to round up reindeer that have wandered onto the airbase.
Harm continues to defend a lieutenant who claims bombing a U.S. Navy spy plane being held by the Chinese was the right thing to do; Mac investigates a charge of sexual harassment.
Harm heads to China to negotiate the release of the crew after a U.S. spy plane collides with a Chinese fighter, forcing an emergency landing.
Harm sticks his foot in his mouth when he gives Mac a three-minute lead in the JAG-a-Thon for charity; Gunny and Tiner compete to see who is in the best shape for the race; Lt. Singer starts a betting pool.
Harm represents a Marine captain (guest star Ian Ziering) accused of disobeying orders who insists that he was actually following the implied instructions of a commanding officer.
Harm may put his job on the line when he considers revealing information that he learned while defending a military friend on a separate matter; Mac helps a lieutenant try and win custody of her daughter.
Harm learns that a friend suspected of espionage was murdered during a break-in at a naval building in Washington.
Angry locals besiege the U.S. consulate in Indonesia when a marine is accused of rape.
The captain of the USS Guadalcanal accuses a major of negligent homicide.
Harm returns to duty and learns that his Naval Academy roommate has been assigned to JAG.
Mac's wedding party awaits news from the rescue carrier about the search for Harm.
Mac can no longer hide her powerful feelings for Harm when she gets word that his plane may have disappeared on the very night she is celebrating her impending marriage to Mic.
Mac prepares to give a lecture involving mutiny and executions aboard the USS Somers in 1842 and finds herself daydreaming about the events.
While reminiscing about past adventures at her engagement party, an intimate moment with Harm catches Mac off guard and makes her question the nature of their relationship.
Harm calls on forensic pathologist Teresa Coulter to help him investigate his former girlfriend's death.
After a near-accident Harm and Mac investigate the Osprey, a controversial Marine Corps helicopter/airplane.
Clark Palmer, Harm's old nemesis, claims to be able to clear his prison buddy, Marine Sgt. Krohn of charges of attempted murder.
While on liberty in Mazatlan, Mexico, Bud's brother Mikey is charged with murder during a barroom brawl.
Harm and Mac travel to Bahrain to investigate a Marine found aboard a terrorist boat that attacked a U.S. Naval destroyer.
Locals angered by a land dispute catch Gunny by surprise while he is transporting a prisoner, ambushing both of them before the 67-year-old private can face a court-martial.
When a Russian submarine explodes killing 110 men, the U.S. submarine seen tailing the submarine is blamed for the incident.
When a seaman's suicide aboard an aircraft carrier becomes a murder investigation, Harm and Bud are assigned to aid in the search for the killer.
Harm sticks his neck out for a Marine sergeant charged with the murder of his wife, a man who claims a miracle led him to the crime scene.
Harm and Mac defend an American captain who becomes a political scapegoat for a collision between a U.S. frigate and Greek and Turkish warships.
Harm goes to bat for a down-on-his-luck Marine veteran who faces a lengthy prison term under the three strikes law after assaulting a man who was beating his son.
An admiral's past improper sexual conduct hits the newspapers, and Harm suspects Lt. Singer of leaking the story to promote her own career.
Bud sues Harriet's obstetrician for the death of their baby and inadvertently forces his wife to reveal a devastating secret publicly.
Harm and Mac find themselves on opposite sides of the high-profile court-martial of Adm. Boone, who finally speaks up about the alleged massacre.
Harm's father's old wingman is up for a command post, but information from an informant spurs an investigation in which Mac and Harm begin to uncover damaging evidence.
An Arabian princess elopes with a Navy petty officer, setting off an international scandal. With David James Elliott and Catherine Bell. Guest star: Rudy Boesch.
As Mac prepares for her first televised prosecution, she learns that her opponent is Juanita Ressler who was her professor in law school.
When two naval aviators are killed in the crash of their newly upgraded F-14 jet, Harm uncovers improprieties with the civilian contractor and the Navy liaison.
Harm and Bud's investigation leads them to Cuba and a meeting with Castro when the captain of a U.S. Navy frigate rescues a girl in Cuban waters.
Harm discovers that Sergei is framed for a crime punishable by death; Mac arrives in Russia to prevent a presidential assassination.
Harm, Mac and Webb race to avert a Russian assassination; a Russian comrade reveals a secret to Harm.
A mishap blamed on Bud's brother during a training exercise ignites a tense conflict with international ramifications between the Navy and the Marines.
Harm reopens a 10-year-old murder case and incurs the wrath of the victim's daughter (Trisha Yearwood).
A Navy SEAL Medal of Honor recipient embroils Harm in a dangerous mission to expose power-hungry people falsely claiming to be Navy SEALs.
Chegwidden finds evidence that government officials hid information about the attack on Pearl Harbor.
When Mac goes under cover in a naval officer's coven to investigate allegations of sexual misconduct against him, she finds herself falling under his spell.
Mac is charged with misconduct and breach of ethics when she admits to looking at evidence forbidden to the prosecution.
A woman claims she fled the Navy because her recruiter lied to her; side effects of Viagra threaten a man's career.
Korean terrorists, demanding restitution for war crimes against civilians, hijack Harm and Mac's plane.
Gunny is arrested for gay bashing following an off-duty altercation; Tiner's sexuality comes into question.
Conflict continues out of court in the desertion and murder trial taking place in Australia as Mac turns her attention to Mic.
Harm, Mac and Bud assist Mic Brumby in Australia, representing a U.S. Naval officer who exchanged identities with a man he killed 28 years ago.
Harm is trapped in the brig aboard a sabotaged and sinking ship with an accused murderer and his guard.
Mac and Brumby find themselves defending positions with which they don't agree in the appellate trial of a Marine accused of killing three fellow servicemen.
While tutoring law students, Harm and Mac come across a miscarriage of justice in an old case involving Chegwidden.
Harm meets an interesting woman from his father's past when he goes to the Vietnam Memorial on Christmas Eve to pay his respects.
Harm is presented with a tough case when his former radio intercept officer is charged with dereliction of duty following the crash of a tomcat fighter.
Harm learns that he will be denied his promotion and be subjected to a court martial after an old letter he wrote criticizing the president is published.
Harm and Mac travel to Panama to investigate a Marine officer's wife who is suspected of smuggling drugs into the United States.
A security specialist and former friend of Harm's hijacks a nuclear submarine with the intention of bombing a U.S. target if his ransom demands are not met.
Mac refutes the existence of the paranormal at a court martial, but she later experiences a vision that gives her second thoughts.
Harm and Bud investigate the disturbing past of an AWOL Marine who is wanted as an eyewitness in a rape trial.
Harm takes the case when the son of the secretary of the Navy is accused of disobeying an order at sea.
Harm is told that he has done everything he can as a pilot and that he should consider moving on; Bud, Tiner and Galindez try to impress the admiral.
Buxton demands that Harm and Brumby represent him at his court-martial; Mac and Roberts must prosecute Buxton.
Harm finds himself competing for top-gun status with a young pilot whose brash attack on an armored vehicle threatens peace in Europe.
Harm regains his night vision and must choose between staying with JAG or returning to being a pilot.
Harriet and a Marine sergeant go into labor simultaneously; Harm tries to become designated as an aviator.
Clayton Webb asks Adm. Chegwidden for help in rescuing a CIA agent; Harm is devastated when his classic Corvette is stolen.
Harm consults his psychiatrist girlfriend when he begins to see and hear his deceased father and suspects something more sinister is involved.
Mac confronts her estranged father at his death bed; Harm undergoes laser surgery to cure his night-blindness.
In Bud's first case as a JAG attorney, he goes up against prosecutor Harm to defend his estranged father.
A civilian electronics specialist is suspected of sabotage when an aircraft carrier loses power while in a no-fly zone of the Persian Gulf.
Harm and a Navy Reserve pathologist investigate the death of a child whose body was found on a military base.
When Harm and Mac investigate an international incident on a nuclear submarine, their relationship is tested by the cramped quarters.
Lt. Curtis Rivers is captured by separatists who threaten to hang him for his apparent part in the death of a 14-year-old boy.
While searching for Agent Clayton Webb's killer, Harm and Mac stumble upon a rogue government spy agency.
Bud's first big case involves a Navy SEAL who is being held liable in the deaths of three U.N. peacekeepers.
Harm and Mac are assigned to prosecute three sailors who are charged with the brutal beating of a man whom they claim raped their shipmate.
The crew gets stuck in the office during a Christmas Eve blizzard; Mac investigates charges of abuse; Bud faces a daunting challenge.
Harm and Mac are sent on a covert mission to Iran to recover a downed pilot and his $80 million jet without letting the Iranians know.
Harm (David James Elliott) defends a secretive Mac (Catherine Bell) when she is put on trial for a despicable crime.
Harm is assigned to a congressional committee investigating a TV reporter's story that accuses U.S. forces of using chemical weapons in the Gulf War.
A pilot submits his resignation after claiming to have heard a voice that told him not to fire on an Iraqi fighter.
Harm goes head to head with Mac in the courtroom while defending a Marine guard for shooting a terrorist prisoner.
Disaster results after Harm volunteers to defend a troubled Vietnam veteran accused of aiding a fellow patient's suicide.
Chegwidden learns his kidnapped daughter was seeing a Mafia scion, who may be linked to illegal arms sales.
The future of American and Japanese relations is at stake when Harm and Mac go to Tokyo to defend an ensign accused of rape.
While at the Sudanese Embassy, Harm, Mac and other dignitaries are taken hostage by a band of terrorists led by an ambitious government official.
Adm. Chegwidden travels to Moscow to begin his own investigation after hearing reports that Harm and Mac perished there in a plane crash.
Harm travels to Russia with Mac after uncovering evidence that his father is alive and living in Siberia.
Chaos reigns during the three days leading up to Bud and Harriet's (Patrick Labyorteaux, Karri Turner) wedding. With David James Elliott and Catherine Bell.
Harm defends a fighter pilot accused by the Italian government of causing the crash of a sightseeing helicopter; guest Anne-Marie Johnson.
Harm seeks the assistance of a forensic pathologist when the remains of a Navajo Indian who may have been a World War II hero are unearthed.
Harm is held captive by a renegade government agent who plans to assassinate a key witness in an upcoming trial.
Harm risks his career during the murder investigation of an old friend as he butts heads with a gritty Navy detective.
Harm and Bud try to stop terrorists who have taken over a Navy frigate with the hope of attacking Cuba.
Mac starts drinking again after her possessive ex-boyfriend is killed in a car-jacking, but she is still followed by an unknown stalker.
Mac's boyfriend uses evidence from her files against Harm in a sexual harassment case aboard an aircraft carrier.
Harm, Mac and Bud fly to Miami to investigate the actions of three retired Navy operatives conducting a private war against drug pushers.
Harm, Mac and Bud represent a corporal who kidnaps his 1-year-old son when faced with the possibility of losing a custody battle.
Adm. Chegwidden, with the help of Harm and Mac, investigates the apparent suicide of his mentor while on a hunting trip.
The widow of Harm's best friend asks him for help after her son claims he witnessed a kidnapping and possible murder.
Harm and Mac defend an ensign who claims she felt threatened by another officer and that killing him was simply self-defense.
Harm becomes the pawn of a CIA agent hoping to catch the killer of a Russian spy known for dealing in stolen secrets.
Harm risks his career when he uncovers information linking a pilot's death to a classified military aircraft the government wants to keep secret at all costs.
When Harm, Mac and Bud investigate a Medal of Honor candidate, they find a man very different from his public persona.
Harm, Mac and Bud believe that an apparent bungling by the Navy in the downing of a North Korean airliner was a plot to make the United States look bad.
An investigation into the disappearance of a Navy plane leads Harm, Mac and Bud to consider several unusual possibilities until they uncover a terrorist plot.
A Vietnam veteran with disabilities faces murder charges and weaves a complex tale of a crime that began more than 30 years ago in a POW camp.
Harm must choose between duty and loyalty when he learns that his mentor has been falsifying medical records to remain a Navy pilot.
Harm and Mac must prosecute a Marine colonel who defied orders in order to rescue his men from a Haitian warlord.
A fighter pilot facing charges of adultery lies to Harm, shooting a hole in his defense and shocking her most staunch advocate.
A decommissioned aircraft carrier has a skeleton aboard, along with evidence that Harm's MIA father may be alive in Russia.
Harm and Mac face off both in and out of the courtroom when Mac is forced to defend an admitted wife-beater now being prosecuted for murder.
Harm, Bud and Mac try to resolve a dispute that turns deadly when two naval captains -- one American and one Russian -- make their war games real.
Although hobbled by a knee injury, Harm must take on Islamic terrorists who have taken over a hospital to seize an Israeli diplomat.
Harm and Mac defend a former Navy SEAL accused of using excessive force in the killing of three men robbing a convenience store.
Harm goes under cover to help Mac investigate a Marine captain who risks the lives of his men in training exercises as preparation for real combat.
Harm and Bud face a drug lord who seems to hold the upper hand when an unauthorized U.S.-Colombian mission goes wrong, supposedly resulting in the death of a Marine.
Harm is assigned to escort and protect a visiting Romanian princess when enemy elements from her native country want to assassinate her.
Forced to make an emergency landing in the Appalachian Mountains, Harm and Mac are pursued by hunters who have just murdered a game warden.
An attempt on Adm. Chegwidden's life leads to the realization that all the members of his Navy SEAL squad have died under mysterious circumstances.
Harm and Mac become caught in a game of revenge when they are sent to Belfast, Northern Ireland, to save the life of a Navy lieutenant's infant son.
A female pilot (guest star Nancy Everhard) charges her commanding officer (guest star Terry O'Quinn) with sexual harassment after he orders her not to fly. With David James Elliott. Dee Wallace Stone also guest stars.
Harm and Mac face off at the trial of a Navy SEAL accused of murdering a buddy during an antiterrorist mission.
Harm investigates a rash of mysterious deaths sweeping one of the squadrons, which the pilots blame on a religious curse.
After escaping from prison, a private convicted of spying takes several JAG officers hostage and insists they retry him.
Harm joins forces with Mac and Clayton Webb to recover the Declaration of Independence, which was stolen by a revered patriot.
Mac (Catherine Bell) must stop Harm (David James Elliott) from seeking revenge against his former girlfriend's murderer.
A sabotaged computer causes a Navy destroyer to enter North Korean waters during Rabb's murder investigation aboard the ship.
Communist Chinese kidnap Rabb when he goes to Hong Kong; Rabb thinks a fellow prisoner may be his MIA father.
Rabb and Austin search for a saboteur after an astronaut in training for a top-secret space shuttle mission is killed.
Harm and Meg have a courtroom showdown over child custody when Harm represents an AWOL Marine who disappears with his young son.
While investigating the death of a Navy pilot in Special Operations training, Harm uncovers a corrupt general's plans for a Colombian drug raid.
Harm pursues a mentally unbalanced and potentially deadly Marine sniper who has gone AWOL after receiving orders to Bosnia.
After Meg is shot, a shadowy military operative helps Harm uncover a plot to kill the visiting Russian president.
The new JAG boss dispatches Rabb and Austin to destroy an aircraft's top-secret software when a Navy fighter is forced down in Cuba.
Rabb and Austin defend Capt. Boone for shooting at a Bosnian helicopter he claims was attacking a downed American pilot.
The beating of a Marine leads Rabb to a confrontation with a violent Los Angeles gang holding Austin captive.
Investigating a possible UFO sighting, Harm and Meg visit a deserted Texas Navy base where they discover a more Earthbound menace.
Lt. Austin goes under cover as a Marine recruit in order to probe the mysterious death of a female private in boot camp.
Rabb and Austin go to Iraq to defend a Marine facing the death penalty for crossing the Iraqi border.
Lt. Austin is taken hostage in a Navy prison breakout during an investigation of stolen missiles at a submarine base.
After a Marine guard kills an unarmed teen on embassy property in Peru, Rabb and Austin's probe uncovers an assassination plot.
Harm becomes emotionally involved while investigating the fatal crash of a test pilot, a man he roomed with at the Naval Academy.
Investigating the deaths of three officers in Arlington Cemetery, Lt. Rabb is attracted to an ambassador's wife.
Rabb doubts a young lieutenant's confession to friendly fire that killed a Marine; guest Oliver North.
Lt. Rabb teams with fellow JAG attorney Lt. Meg Austin to negotiate with a techno-pirate holding a cruise ship hostage.
A Navy lawyer for Judge Advocate General investigates the murder of a female fighter pilot aboard an aircraft carrier.
A Navy lawyer for Judge Advocate General investigates the murder of a female fighter pilot aboard an aircraft carrier.