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"Does anyone know the whereabouts of Commander Rabb?" .. said slowly, "If this is in connection with Commander Rabb then I think Keeping those aims in mind, she ignored Harriet's implied question and If there was anything worth knowing about Harmon Rabb, then Sarah MacKenzie was the. The ups and downs of there relationship. Showing how they were always there for eachother, showing there love and divotion. Most importantly showing how. Lieutenant Colonel Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie USMC, is a fictional character played by Catherine She and Captain Harmon "Harm" Rabb become engaged during the show's final episode, flipping a coin to see who will resign their commission. . Mac has very little chance of having a child due to endometriosis The couple.
The viewer follows his naval career from that point as the series progresses. With the longevity of JAG, plenty of information on his past life and previous military service is given at various points in the series.
He is a third generation aviator.
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Years later, Harm was able to determine his father's fate. After he was shot down, Harmon Rabb, Sr. Harm met his half-brother, Sergeant Sergei Zhukov a helicopter pilot of the Russian Army played by Jade Carterwho was accused of selling weapons to Chechen rebels.
Sergei was later shot down and captured by Chechen rebels. I'm interested in what he has to say. Tell me something, Congressman Martin, why is it that people are so ready to believe the worst of the military? These men put their lives on the line. They're the ones who risk it all. So why are people like Sergeant Morrison the last to be believed and men like this [points to Delaporte], the first? Season 4, episode 8, "Mr.
Rabb goes to Washington" Rear Admiral A. Well, you're gonna need instructions on what to do in there. Oh, I'm sorry, ma'am. That came out wrong. You— What I mean is that the facilities on a submarine are, well, unique. Think of it as a chamber within a chamber, so you're When you've concluded your business, then you'll have to stand and open the saltwater inlet valve, close it when it fills, then open the flapper valve. That's a cylinder with a hole in it that's located in the bottom of the receptacle itself.
Turn it so that the Well, the contents empty into the sanitary tank. Thing is, you're gonna have to open it into its smallest aperture first because if the pressure in the sanitary tank's higher than that in the toilet, then the contents can blow back at you. And, anyway, if you're turning the valve and you see bubbles, then just stop and call the engineer. Thanks for the instructions, master chief Crimins.
But at the moment, I'm just using it to change'. Season 4, episode 16, "Silent Service". Quite a day, huh, sir? Never a dull moment around this place. Season 4, episode 23, "Yeah, Baby". Alexander Nelson, Secretary of the Navy: Commander Rabb was there?
Apparently he was close by. He was not involved in the action. Season 5, episode 2, "Rules of Engagement" Lt. The reason officers aren't allowed to be contemptuous of civilian leaders is to keep the military out of politics.
We don't have military coups in this country.
I assume your paper would like to keep it that way. Wexler, Washington Globe editor: So you tell me if I don't tell you who wrote that editorial, I can expect to see tanks rolling down Pennsylvania Avenue. Suzanne Moore, Roanoke Liberty Foundation: You're everything he isn't.
The poster boy for Clinton-bashing. Aquitted or convicted, a martyr to your cause.
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You don't know that. Harm, we have to show these people up for what they really are.
Well, what are you? Organizations like this are trying to put the country back on the right track. Then I'll stay on the wrong track, thank you. Okay, think what you want. But I didn't even commit a crime. I am not a military officer. I am allowed to write an editorial criticizing the president. But you're not allowed to commit telecommunications fraud, or to impersonate a military officer, or to conspire to interfere with the administration of justice.
I'm sure the Clinton Department of Justice will think of a few more things to charge you with. This will help him.
You don't even like him. It doesn't matter if I like him. He's my Commander in Chief. Season 5, episode 9, "Comtemptuous Words" Renee Peterson: With all due respect, commander, your reality is boring. Ma'am, this scenario does not address the fine points of military law. Unathorized absence, insubordinate conduct? It sounds like we're back in high school. Is that a crime or an intestinal ailment? Miss Peterson, you apparently don't understand what JAG lawyers do.
You don't do anything. You don't fire torpedoes or storm beaches. Yeah, I'll tell you the problem, general. The problem is that the Navy is 18 sailors short and can't fill its quotas. The problem is that I have been hired to shoot a recruiting commercial, and rather than being given Navy pilots or Navy pilots or Navy SEALs, like a certain feature director, I was given Navy lawyers. Miss Peterson, the Navy is not just about its warriors. Most of the men and women in uniform will never see a single day of combat, God willing.
Now, maybe their expertise is engineering, or electronics, or nuclear propulsion. Whatever their specialty, they are essential to our national security. The Navy can't function without its cooks. I can't function without its doctors, its mechanics, its lawyers, trained in the art of war and the profession of peace. Admiral, you have great presence. Admiral smiles Renee Peterson: But its too hokey. It would never sell. She wants a chance to talk to my friends. Are we friends here?
In the meantime, just try to stay out of trouble. Petty officer Jason Tiner: What do you know about teenage girls? Petty Officer Jason Tiner: They look good in shorts, sir. Lieutenant Barrett, why did you blow up an EP-3 on a Chinese runway? It had to be done, sir.
Regardless of the consequences? If I'm found guilty, Commander, I'm prepared to pay the prize. What about the cost to your government, lieutenant? Well, I realise the aircraft was expensive, sir.
That's not what I'm talking about. The cost I'm talking about is the damage to American-Chinese relations.
The cost and the potential loss of American lives. Well, that's the price we have to pay then, sir. Who are you to determine that, lieutenant? At the Academy, I was taught what is right and what is wrong. You were taught it was right to fly into sovereign airspace and to fire rockets whenever the spirits moved you?You Are The Reason: Jag, Harm and Mac
Sometimes this job really It tastes like battery acid. You should have tried it before he knew the pot required a filter. Why did you ignore the regulations, lieutenant?
As a major, she was subsequently assigned to JAG headquarters when she was pulled off a double homicide to work on a case involving her uncle Matthew O'Hara her uncle's involvement was unknown to Mac until later in the episode and the stolen Declaration of Independence. John paid Chris the money he demanded, but Chris threatened to kill him anyway. Mac tried to wrestle the gun out of Chris's hand, but it accidentally went off and killed him instead. However she was subsequently promoted to lieutenant colonel after Admiral A.
Chegwidden 's renewal of her recommendation for accelerated promotion. Diane Schonke, a Navy officer Harm had been dating before she was murdered, which initially made Harm uneasy, though he soon got past it. However, Mac was unaware of the resemblance until the third season, when Harm had worked out who had really killed Schonke.