JAG

Season 3 Episode 3

The Good of the Service

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Oct 07, 1997 on CBS
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When a Marine colonel defies orders from superiors, as well as the State Department, and rescues his men who are being held and tortured by a Haitian warlord, he is court-martialed. Harm and Mac are assigned as prosecutors of Lt Col Farrow, an old friend and CO of Mac's. But their biggest shock comes when they find they must go head-to-head with Admiral Chegwidden, who has been assigned by the SecNav as defense counsel, along with his trusty assistant, Bud.

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    Catherine Bell

    Catherine Bell

    Major Sarah "Mac" Mackenzie

    David James Elliott

    David James Elliott

    Lt Cmdr Harmon "Harm" Rabb, Jr.

    John M. Jackson

    John M. Jackson

    Rear Admiral Albert Jethro "AJ" Chegwidden

    Patrick Labyorteaux

    Patrick Labyorteaux

    Lt (jg) Bud J. Roberts, Jr.

    Ben Murphy

    Ben Murphy

    Lt. Col. John Farrow

    Guest Star

    Erik King

    Erik King

    Capt. Henry Banes

    Guest Star

    Ian Ogilvy

    Ian Ogilvy

    Jeffrey Mason

    Guest Star

    Paul Collins

    Paul Collins

    SecNav. Nelson

    Recurring Role

    Chuck Carrington

    Chuck Carrington

    PO Tiner

    Recurring Role

    Karri Turner

    Karri Turner

    Ensign Harriet Sims

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      • The SecNav says that the newspaper photographs of the raid are reminding everyone of My Lai. On March 16 1968, the Vietnamese village of My Lai was attacked by US soldiers under the command of Lt. William Calley. Hundreds of villagers were killed, most of them women, children, and old men. Many of the women were also raped. The village was burned to the ground. Lt. William Calley was convicted of war crimes but thanks to a sympathetic Secretary of the Army, he only served three and a half years under house arrest.

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