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11/10/2019

2018 ANNUAL CRIME REPORT:

CHILD ABUSE
In CY 2018, 396 incidents of Child Sexual Abuse were reported in the DON; a decrease of 5 percent from CY 2017. Included were varying combinations of subjects and victims who were active duty military, activated reservists, and
civilians with a DON nexus. Incidents of contact sexual abuse (CSA), child pornography (CP), and internet contact (IC) are included in the Child Sexual Abuse category.

Noteworthy Changes from CY 2017 to CY 2018
 Offenses involving Internet Contact decreased by 9 percent (CY 2017=141; CY 2018=129). This was the first decrease in
internet contact offenses since CY 2014.

 After a 15 percent increase in incidents involving CP from CY 2015 to CY 2016, and an additional 11 percent increase from CY 2016 to CY 2017, the trend continued with a 1 percent increase in CY 2018.

 Offenses involving contact sexual abuse decreased by 10 percent from CY 2017 and is at the lowest amount since CY 2011.

5 Total incident counts are based on victim count.
Note: The “IC Involved and “CP Involved” categories include
incidents where another child sexual abuse offense occurred
along with the reported internet contact or child pornography
offense.
Relationship & Proximity for Offenses
Involving Contact Sexual Abuse

 The victim knew the subject prior to the offense in a higher percentage of USN cases than in USMC cases.

 The victim lived with the subject at the time of the offense in a higher percentage of USN cases than in USMC cases. USMC USN Number of Cases involving contact offenses
75 124
Relationship Number of Cases when Relationship was Reported 61 107 Subject previously known to Victim (may or may not have resided together at the time of the incident)6
49 (80%) 98 (92%) Proximity Number of Cases when
Subject/Victim Proximity was Reported 66 109
Victim and Subject Reside in Same Residence 25 (38%)
58 (53%) 6 Percentage is calculated based on those cases in which the relationship/proximity of subject and victim was reported in the case materials reviewed.

NARCOTICS
In CY 2018, 2,277 subjects were involved in 3,160 narcotics offenses reported in the DON. This was a 6 percent increase in incidents from CY 2017. The subjects involved in these offenses included DON active duty and reserve personnel,
dependents, and civilians with a DON nexus. Those implicated were involved in the use, possession and/or distribution of illegal narcotics aboard military facilities and/or at offbase locations.
The following graph depicts the overall numbers and associated drug types for the combined Use/Possession and Distribution categories.7 It is important to note that more than one drug type may have been used, possessed and/or distributed by a single subject. Compared to CY 2017, the number of offenses involving Heroin, Steroids and Spice decreased, while offenses involving Marijuana, Prescription
Drugs, Methamphetamines, and Amphetamines, iincreased during CY 2018.8

7 Drug Paraphernalia was included in this year’s data due to a
noticeable increase throughout the year. 8 The “Other” category includes Vape, LSD, PCP, Peyote, Mushrooms, Salvia Divinorum, Human Growth Hormones and other synthetic or over-the-counter drugs. The “Unknow” category is the result of the reporting official not providing and/or possession. This category included 2,070 of the overall 2,277 subjects.

 The most prevalent drug for CY 2018 in both se/Possession and Distribution offenses was Marijuana.

 241 subjects abused multiple drug types.

 52 subjects distributed more than one drug type.

 The typical distributor preferred to conduct transactions in the privacy of their barracks or residence. The following table delineates the drug types by affected service branches for CY 2017 and CY 2018

Judge Advocate Honored by Alma MaterOctober 18, 2019 From Navy JAG Corps Public AffairsCmdr. Tim Stone – who currently s...
11/10/2019

Judge Advocate Honored by Alma Mater
October 18, 2019
From Navy JAG Corps Public Affairs

Cmdr. Tim Stone – who currently serves as the officer in charge at Defense Service Office (DSO) West in Bremerton, Wash. – was honored with an Outstanding Achievement Award from his undergraduate alma mater, Ottawa University, on Oct. 11, 2019.

Stone earned a bachelor of arts degree in history in 1990 from Ottawa University, which is located in Ottawa, Kan. Upon graduation, he attended Washburn University School of Law in Topeka, Kan.

The Outstanding Achievement Award, established in 2005, recognizes individuals who have made an impact in their chosen field of endeavor, whether over a span of many years or in a relatively short timeframe. According to the school, recipients’ life stories demonstrate what one can do with an Ottawa University education.

“Tim Stone was the model officer in charge: he led from the front, cared for his people, zealously represented his clients and devoted himself to his family. I was a better commanding officer because of the mentorship Tim provided me during my time at DSO West,” said Capt. Dan Cimmino, who now serves as chief of staff of the Defense Service Office from San Diego, Calif.

“We are lucky that Tim is part of the JAG Corps family. I am very happy Ottawa University recognized Tim’s significant contributions to the nation, Navy and the JAG Corps,” Cimmino added.

Stone has served in the Navy JAG Corps for more than 28 years, and he has completed a wide range of challenging and rewarding assignments. Perhaps Stone’s most prominent case came during his four years of service as a prosecutor assigned to the Office of Military Commissions. In that role, Stone successfully prosecuted Osama Bin Laden’s lead bodyguard in the only fully contested trial in the war on terror and the first war crimes prosecution since Nuremberg.

Another significant assignment in Stone’s career was serving as lead international law attorney in support of coalition military operations against Libya.

At DSO West, Stone is responsible for ensuring that all military personnel in the Pacific Northwest facing adverse criminal or administrative actions are afforded the best legal representation available. He oversees seven attorneys and 12 support staff assigned to the division.

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HONOLULU, Hawaii (Aug. 21, 2018)An honor guard detail comprised of Sailors assigned to Navy Region Hawaii carry the cask...
08/22/2018

HONOLULU, Hawaii (Aug. 21, 2018)

An honor guard detail comprised of Sailors assigned to Navy Region Hawaii carry the casket of Machinist's Mate 1st Class Arthur Glenn at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu, Hawaii, Aug. 21, 2018. Glenn was assigned to the USS Oklahoma on Dec. 7, 1941, which sustained fire from Japanese aircraft. The ship capsized after multiple torpedo hits, resulting in the deaths of more than 429 crew members at Ford Island in Pearl Harbor. Glenn is the 100th Oklahoma sailor identified through DNA analysis with the help of the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) and returned to his family for burial with full military honors.
(This photo was taken with an infrared converted camera. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Seth Coulter)

CONSTANTA, Romania (NNS) -- Vice Adm. Lisa Franchetti, commander, U.S. 6th Fleet and commander, Naval Striking and Suppo...
08/22/2018

CONSTANTA, Romania (NNS) -- Vice Adm. Lisa Franchetti, commander, U.S. 6th Fleet and commander, Naval Striking and Support Forces NATO, met with NATO allies and partners during a visit to Varna, Bulgaria, and Constanta, Romania, Aug. 13-15, 2018.

While in Bulgaria, Franchetti met with Bulgarian Rear Adm. Mitko Petev, chief of the Bulgarian navy, to recognize the importance of Bulgarian defense initiatives, and their participation in international exercises and training in the Black Sea.

“By building and maintaining the strong and strategic relationship between our two navies, we can deter regional adversaries from further aggression and signal to the world that our commitment to regional security is strong and enduring,” said Franchetti. “The U.S.-Bulgarian relationship will continue to grow strong in the years to come through participation in regional exercises and security forums.”

Petev expressed gratitude for the support his navy receives from the U.S. Navy during a media availability at the Bulgarian Navy Headquarters in Varna.

“This visit is a visual image of the good cooperation and good will between our navies,” said Petev.

Franchetti then traveled to Constanta to participate in Romanian Navy Day celebrations.

Romanian Navy Day is held each year to celebrate those who have dedicated their lives to the sea. This year, celebrations were held for the first time in seven cities – Braila, Bucharest, Cernavoda, Constanta, Galati, Mangalia, and Tulcea, and involved service members, ships, and aircraft from several countries.

This year's Navy Day celebrations coincide with the 100th anniversary of the creation of Romania, which happened during the Paris Peace Conference of 1918 following World War I.

“On behalf of the Sailors and Marines of the U.S. 6th Fleet, I would like to extend my congratulations and best wishes to our valued friends and allies in the Romanian Navy,” said Franchetti at the Navy Day ceremony in Constanta. “For decades, our navies have maintained a vital strategic partnership based on collaboration, trust, and mutual commitment to regional security. As the Romanian Navy celebrates 158 years of excellence, please know that the United States Navy proudly stands with you in friendship and values your incalculable contributions to our shared security objectives in Europe.”

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07/27/2018

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USN Blue Angels - under the law of US
Forrest Sherman Field, Naval Air Station Pensacola-FL

The Blue Angels is the United States Navy's flight demonstration squadron, with aviators from the Navy and Marines. The Blue Angels team was formed in 1946, making it the second oldest formal flying aerobatic team (under the same name) in the world, after the French Patrouille de France formed in 1931.

The Blue Angels' six demonstration pilots currently fly the McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet, typically in more than 70 shows at 34 locations throughout the United States each year, where they still employ many of the same practices and techniques used in their aerial displays in their inaugural 1946 season. An estimated 11 million spectators view the squadron during air shows each full year. The Blue Angels also visit more than 50,000 people in a standard show season (March through November) in schools and hospitals. Since 1946, the Blue Angels have flown for more than 260 million spectators.

The Blue Angels' show season runs each year from March until November. They perform at both military and civilian airfields, and often perform directly over major cities such as San Francisco's "Fleet Week" maritime festival, Cleveland's annual Labor Day Air Show, the Chicago Air and Water Show, Jacksonville's Sea and Sky Spectacular, Milwaukee Air and Water Show, and Seattle's annual Seafair festival. A show is also performed for the United States Naval Academy including a flyover of graduation ceremonies

In July 2016, Boeing was awarded a $12 million contract to begin an engineering proposal for converting the Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet for Blue Angels use, with the proposal to be completed by September 2017.


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COPYRIGHT to ALL pictures:
USN Blue Angels - under the law of US
Forrest Sherman Field, Naval Air Station Pensacola-FL

The Blue Angels is the United States Navy's flight demonstration squadron, with aviators from the Navy and Marines. The Blue Angels team was formed in 1946, making it the second oldest formal flying aerobatic team (under the same name) in the world, after the French Patrouille de France formed in 1931.

The Blue Angels' six demonstration pilots currently fly the McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet, typically in more than 70 shows at 34 locations throughout the United States each year, where they still employ many of the same practices and techniques used in their aerial displays in their inaugural 1946 season. An estimated 11 million spectators view the squadron during air shows each full year. The Blue Angels also visit more than 50,000 people in a standard show season (March through November) in schools and hospitals. Since 1946, the Blue Angels have flown for more than 260 million spectators.

The Blue Angels' show season runs each year from March until November. They perform at both military and civilian airfields, and often perform directly over major cities such as San Francisco's "Fleet Week" maritime festival, Cleveland's annual Labor Day Air Show, the Chicago Air and Water Show, Jacksonville's Sea and Sky Spectacular, Milwaukee Air and Water Show, and Seattle's annual Seafair festival. A show is also performed for the United States Naval Academy including a flyover of graduation ceremonies

In July 2016, Boeing was awarded a $12 million contract to begin an engineering proposal for converting the Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet for Blue Angels use, with the proposal to be completed by September 2017.


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NFDS | The Blue Angels
390 San Carlos Rd. | Suite A
Pensacola, FL 32508-5508

April 11, 2018) Sailors aboard the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) man the rails during departure for the ...
07/27/2018

April 11, 2018) Sailors aboard the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) man the rails during departure for the ship's 2018 deployment. Harry S. Truman is underway as the flagship for the Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group which includes; guided-missile cruiser USS Normandy (CG-60), and guided-missile destroyers USS Arleigh Burke (DDG-51), USS Bulkeley (DDG-84), USS Farragut (DDG-99), USS Forrest Sherman (DDG-98), USS The Sullivans (DDG-68), USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG-81) for a regularly scheduled deployment. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Joe Boggio)

MCPON STEVEN GIORDANO UNDER INVESTIGATION:The Navy’s top enlisted leader is on leave amid allegations that he fostered a...
06/20/2018

MCPON STEVEN GIORDANO UNDER INVESTIGATION:

The Navy’s top enlisted leader is on leave amid allegations that he fostered a hostile work environment in his Pentagon office, Navy officials said Tuesday.
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (SG/IW) Steven Giordano is currently the subject of a Navy Inspector General investigation, Navy officials said.
“He remains on leave,” Cmdr. Bill Speaks, a Navy spokesman, said in response to a Navy Times query about Giordano’s current status.
“He is still the MCPON,” A Navy official said when asked if Giordano requested the leave or whether the Navy ordered him to take leave while the investigation is underway.
“I can say that he requested this leave, but I’m not going to comment on the mechanics of how that happened or the decision-making process that went into it,” The official said.
“MCPON’s job is an advisory one and he is not a CO, but of course we will take the necessary measures to ensure the investigation is conducted in a manner that ensures the integrity of the process.”

A spokesman for Giordano declined to comment on allegations.
Conducting an investigation of a sitting MCPON has created unusual challenges for the Navy as top officials seek to get to the bottom of the allegations.
Navy sources familiar with the situation described it as “uncharted waters,” and said that the investigation is ongoing and no deadline has been set, allowing the investigators all the leeway they need.
Giordano is expected to remain on leave until the investigation concludes.

CHINESE HACKERS STEAL SENSITIVE NAVY DATA:Chinese government hackers are said to have infiltrated the computers of a US ...
06/20/2018

CHINESE HACKERS STEAL SENSITIVE NAVY DATA:

Chinese government hackers are said to have infiltrated the computers of a US Navy contractor and stole sensitive warfare data.
Among the data stolen, the hackers took plans for a super-sonic anti-ship missile for use on US submarines, the Wash-ington Post reported, quoting unnamed US officials.

The apparent breaches in security actually occurred in January and February of this year and there has been an ongoing investigation into the matter led by the Navy with assistance from the FBI.

"Per federal regulations, there are measures in place that require companies to notify the government when a 'cyber incident' has occurred that has actual or potential adverse effects on their networks that contain controlled unclassified information. It would be inappropriate to discuss further details at this time," the Navy told Reuters.

The hackers are said to be targeted a contractor that works with the Naval Undersea Warfare Center based in Newport, Rhode Island. The contractor has not been publicly identified.
The project information - to the tune of 614 gigabytes - which was allegedly compromised was called Sea Dragon. Signals, sensor, and submarine radio room data were also believed to be hacked.

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JAG: Judge Advocate General - The Complete Series DVD JAG: Judge Advocate General: The Eighth Season DVD Paramount Pictures | 2002-2003 | Season 8 | 1052 min | BBFC Classification 12 Video Codec: MPEG-2 Encoding format: 16:9 Resolution: 480i (NTSC) Aspect ratio: 1.78:1 Audio TBA Subtitles TBA Discs DVD Five-disc set (5 DVD) Playback Region 1 Season 8 (2002–03) DVD 1 Critical Condition The Promised Land Family Business Dangerous Game In Thin Air JAG (Judge Advocate General) is an elite legal branch of military officers trained as lawyers who investigate, prosecute and defend those accused of crimes in the military, including murder, treason and terrorism. Navy Cmdr. Harmon "Harm" Rabb, an ace pilot turned lawyer, and Marine Lt. Col. Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie, a beautiful and strictly by-the-book officer, are colleagues, both with similar high standards, that often find themselves clashing with one another as they take different routes to solve cases. Assisting them with their mission is Navy Lt. Bud Roberts, a lawyer who often surprises his superiors with the breadth of his knowledge, and their boss, the no-nonsense Admiral Chegwidden, a former Navy Seal.
Have a Blessed and Happy Birthday Actress Catherine Bell (“JAG”) is 52.
JAG: Judge Advocate General - The Complete Series DVD JAG: Judge Advocate General: The Seventh Season DVD Paramount Pictures | 2001-2002 | Season 7 | 1020 min | BBFC Classification 12 Product Description JAG (Judge Advocate General) is an elite legal branch of military officers trained as lawyers who investigate, prosecute and defend those accused of crimes in the military, including murder, treason and terrorism. Navy Cmdr. Harmon "Harm" Rabb, an ace pilot turned lawyer, and Marine Lt. Col. Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie, a beautiful and strictly by-the-book officer, are colleagues, both with similar high standards, that often find themselves clashing with one another as they take different routes to solve cases. Assisting them with their mission is Navy Lt. Bud Roberts, a lawyer who often surprises his superiors with the breadth of his knowledge, and their boss, the no-nonsense Admiral Chegwidden, a former Navy Seal. Amazon.com JAG: The Seventh Season is noteworthy for slightly better stories than usual, a somewhat less random selections of storylines than in previous years, and a connecting thread throughout the season concerning the relationship between Commander Harmon "Harm" Rabb Jr. (David James Elliott) and Lt. Col. Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie (Catherine Bell). Sure, their relationship has been the series' biggest tease for some time. But now it's on the front burner following resolution of the cliffhanger "Adrift" as the season's opener. At the end of season six, Harm was lost in the middle of a stormy ocean following a problem in the jet he was co-piloting. His disappearance postpones the date for Mac's wedding to Brumby (Trevor Goddard), but Brumby picks up in Mac's anxiety over Harm's predicament something more than anxiety over a friend. His suspicions confirmed, Brumby heads home to Australia, leaving Mac and Harm (once he's rescued) in need of an important conversation. (On his end of things, Harm's longtime girlfriend marries someone else.) The state of things between JAG's two leads is a mystery throughout The Seventh Season, but that uncertainty gives an extra zing to many different episodes, such as penultimate story "In Country," in which Mac and Harm are lost together in rural Afghanistan. "New Gun In Town" introduces a new character, Commander Sturgis Turner (Scott Lawrence), to the show, an old friend and professional rival of Harm's. While Turner and Harm take opposite sides in a case, Mac and "Gunny" Galindez (Randy Vasquez) take overlapping assignments aboard an aircraft carrier, giving Mac a chance to get away from her problems. Relief doesn't last long, however, when Harm shows up on the carrier to defend a marine charged with negligent homicide. "Guilt" is a harrowing drama about an outbreak of violence against a U.S. embassy in Indonesia, a scary situation in which Mac is immersed while trying to protect a local girl whose mother works for the consulate. "Mixed Messages" is another fine drama, this one about an old buddy of Harm's who is suspected of selling submarine intelligence to the Chinese. "Redemption" is a complex, interesting tale in which Harm defends another old friend against charges of fraternization, only to uncover what appears to be more serious evidence of espionage. Complicating matters is that the defendant seems wholly uncooperative in the investigation--as if he were protecting someone else. "Tribunal" is the timely story of a U.S. military tribunal passing judgement on a suspected Al-Qaeda terrorist. The twist is that Harm and Mac's boss, Admiral Chegwidden (John M. Jackson), must join Turner in defending the suspect. The season finale, "Enemy Below," continues the theme with a story about Al-Quaeda bribing a Russian submarine commander to launch an attack against the U.S. --Tom Keogh Video Codec: MPEG-2 Encoding format: 16:9 Resolution: 480i (NTSC) Aspect ratio: 1.78:1 Audio TBA Subtitles TBA Discs DVD Five-disc set (5 DVD) Playback Region 1 DVD 5 Tribunal Defending His Honor In Country Enemy Below
JAG: Judge Advocate General - The Complete Series DVD JAG: Judge Advocate General: The Seventh Season DVD Paramount Pictures | 2001-2002 | Season 7 | 1020 min | BBFC Classification 12 Product Description JAG (Judge Advocate General) is an elite legal branch of military officers trained as lawyers who investigate, prosecute and defend those accused of crimes in the military, including murder, treason and terrorism. Navy Cmdr. Harmon "Harm" Rabb, an ace pilot turned lawyer, and Marine Lt. Col. Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie, a beautiful and strictly by-the-book officer, are colleagues, both with similar high standards, that often find themselves clashing with one another as they take different routes to solve cases. Assisting them with their mission is Navy Lt. Bud Roberts, a lawyer who often surprises his superiors with the breadth of his knowledge, and their boss, the no-nonsense Admiral Chegwidden, a former Navy Seal. Amazon.com JAG: The Seventh Season is noteworthy for slightly better stories than usual, a somewhat less random selections of storylines than in previous years, and a connecting thread throughout the season concerning the relationship between Commander Harmon "Harm" Rabb Jr. (David James Elliott) and Lt. Col. Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie (Catherine Bell). Sure, their relationship has been the series' biggest tease for some time. But now it's on the front burner following resolution of the cliffhanger "Adrift" as the season's opener. At the end of season six, Harm was lost in the middle of a stormy ocean following a problem in the jet he was co-piloting. His disappearance postpones the date for Mac's wedding to Brumby (Trevor Goddard), but Brumby picks up in Mac's anxiety over Harm's predicament something more than anxiety over a friend. His suspicions confirmed, Brumby heads home to Australia, leaving Mac and Harm (once he's rescued) in need of an important conversation. (On his end of things, Harm's longtime girlfriend marries someone else.) The state of things between JAG's two leads is a mystery throughout The Seventh Season, but that uncertainty gives an extra zing to many different episodes, such as penultimate story "In Country," in which Mac and Harm are lost together in rural Afghanistan. "New Gun In Town" introduces a new character, Commander Sturgis Turner (Scott Lawrence), to the show, an old friend and professional rival of Harm's. While Turner and Harm take opposite sides in a case, Mac and "Gunny" Galindez (Randy Vasquez) take overlapping assignments aboard an aircraft carrier, giving Mac a chance to get away from her problems. Relief doesn't last long, however, when Harm shows up on the carrier to defend a marine charged with negligent homicide. "Guilt" is a harrowing drama about an outbreak of violence against a U.S. embassy in Indonesia, a scary situation in which Mac is immersed while trying to protect a local girl whose mother works for the consulate. "Mixed Messages" is another fine drama, this one about an old buddy of Harm's who is suspected of selling submarine intelligence to the Chinese. "Redemption" is a complex, interesting tale in which Harm defends another old friend against charges of fraternization, only to uncover what appears to be more serious evidence of espionage. Complicating matters is that the defendant seems wholly uncooperative in the investigation--as if he were protecting someone else. "Tribunal" is the timely story of a U.S. military tribunal passing judgement on a suspected Al-Qaeda terrorist. The twist is that Harm and Mac's boss, Admiral Chegwidden (John M. Jackson), must join Turner in defending the suspect. The season finale, "Enemy Below," continues the theme with a story about Al-Quaeda bribing a Russian submarine commander to launch an attack against the U.S. --Tom Keogh Video Codec: MPEG-2 Encoding format: 16:9 Resolution: 480i (NTSC) Aspect ratio: 1.78:1 Audio TBA Subtitles TBA Discs DVD Five-disc set (5 DVD) Playback Region 1 DVD 4 The Mission Exculpatory Evidence Hero Worship First Casualty Port Chicago
JAG: Judge Advocate General - The Complete Series DVD JAG: Judge Advocate General: The Seventh Season DVD Paramount Pictures | 2001-2002 | Season 7 | 1020 min | BBFC Classification 12 Product Description JAG (Judge Advocate General) is an elite legal branch of military officers trained as lawyers who investigate, prosecute and defend those accused of crimes in the military, including murder, treason and terrorism. Navy Cmdr. Harmon "Harm" Rabb, an ace pilot turned lawyer, and Marine Lt. Col. Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie, a beautiful and strictly by-the-book officer, are colleagues, both with similar high standards, that often find themselves clashing with one another as they take different routes to solve cases. Assisting them with their mission is Navy Lt. Bud Roberts, a lawyer who often surprises his superiors with the breadth of his knowledge, and their boss, the no-nonsense Admiral Chegwidden, a former Navy Seal. Amazon.com JAG: The Seventh Season is noteworthy for slightly better stories than usual, a somewhat less random selections of storylines than in previous years, and a connecting thread throughout the season concerning the relationship between Commander Harmon "Harm" Rabb Jr. (David James Elliott) and Lt. Col. Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie (Catherine Bell). Sure, their relationship has been the series' biggest tease for some time. But now it's on the front burner following resolution of the cliffhanger "Adrift" as the season's opener. At the end of season six, Harm was lost in the middle of a stormy ocean following a problem in the jet he was co-piloting. His disappearance postpones the date for Mac's wedding to Brumby (Trevor Goddard), but Brumby picks up in Mac's anxiety over Harm's predicament something more than anxiety over a friend. His suspicions confirmed, Brumby heads home to Australia, leaving Mac and Harm (once he's rescued) in need of an important conversation. (On his end of things, Harm's longtime girlfriend marries someone else.) The state of things between JAG's two leads is a mystery throughout The Seventh Season, but that uncertainty gives an extra zing to many different episodes, such as penultimate story "In Country," in which Mac and Harm are lost together in rural Afghanistan. "New Gun In Town" introduces a new character, Commander Sturgis Turner (Scott Lawrence), to the show, an old friend and professional rival of Harm's. While Turner and Harm take opposite sides in a case, Mac and "Gunny" Galindez (Randy Vasquez) take overlapping assignments aboard an aircraft carrier, giving Mac a chance to get away from her problems. Relief doesn't last long, however, when Harm shows up on the carrier to defend a marine charged with negligent homicide. "Guilt" is a harrowing drama about an outbreak of violence against a U.S. embassy in Indonesia, a scary situation in which Mac is immersed while trying to protect a local girl whose mother works for the consulate. "Mixed Messages" is another fine drama, this one about an old buddy of Harm's who is suspected of selling submarine intelligence to the Chinese. "Redemption" is a complex, interesting tale in which Harm defends another old friend against charges of fraternization, only to uncover what appears to be more serious evidence of espionage. Complicating matters is that the defendant seems wholly uncooperative in the investigation--as if he were protecting someone else. "Tribunal" is the timely story of a U.S. military tribunal passing judgement on a suspected Al-Qaeda terrorist. The twist is that Harm and Mac's boss, Admiral Chegwidden (John M. Jackson), must join Turner in defending the suspect. The season finale, "Enemy Below," continues the theme with a story about Al-Quaeda bribing a Russian submarine commander to launch an attack against the U.S. --Tom Keogh Video Codec: MPEG-2 Encoding format: 16:9 Resolution: 480i (NTSC) Aspect ratio: 1.78:1 Audio TBA Subtitles TBA Discs DVD Five-disc set (5 DVD) Playback Region 1 DVD 3 Answered Prayers Capital Crime Code of Conduct Odd Man Out Head to Toe