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12th May '16 4:49:27 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* TheYugoslavWars: Many episodes in seasons 1-5, including the PilotMovie, takes place against the backdrop of this conflict.
** It's also established in canon that Mac somehow served in Bosnia at some point before season 2 began.
12th May '16 4:48:10 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* BalkanizeMe: TheYugoslavWars provided much of the material for the episodes in seasons 1 (Bosnia), 4 and 5 (Kosovo).
** Serbian viewers laughed hard at the way Serbian forces were portrayed throughout the show.

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* BalkanizeMe: TheYugoslavWars UsefulNotes/TheYugoslavWars provided much of the material for the episodes in seasons 1 (Bosnia), 4 and 5 (Kosovo).
** Serbian viewers laughed hard at the way Serbian forces were portrayed throughout the show.
(Kosovo).
9th Mar '16 5:14:36 PM GrammarNavi
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** Admiral Boone (TerryOQuinn), the wingman of Harm's dad, is recalled to active duty in season 7.

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** Admiral Boone (TerryOQuinn), (Creator/TerryOQuinn), the wingman of Harm's dad, is recalled to active duty in season 7.
9th Feb '16 12:58:24 PM Vios
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* InappropriatelyCloseComrades:
** In the [[Recap/JAGS01E0102ANewBeginning pilot]], a regulation-breaking relationship was being concealed between [[spoiler:Lieutenant Arutti (the murder victim) and someone in the same unit]].
** In the first season episode [[Recap/JAGS01E10Boot "Boot"]], Harm and Meg are investigating a marine's murder, and there's more than one person obviously keeping secrets. It turns out that [[spoiler:Sergeant Gonzales is in a relationship with the base commander, but that this is independent of the murder]]. Harm decides, conditionally, not to report it.
4th Feb '16 12:41:44 AM Karxrida
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* HeyThatsMine: {{Subverted}} in "Rogue". Harm is talking to a [[RogueWarrior Richard Marcinko expy]], and at some point, the guy holds up Harm's wallet, criticizing him for letting the guy steal it, pointing out that he could use the ID contained within to allow him access onto the base. Harm then tells him to [[GenreSavvy open the wallet]], revealing that the ID card holder inside contains only a note saying "Arrest Me".
25th Jan '16 11:31:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* DeathWorld: A non-science fiction example; several episodes in the later half of the 7th season depicts {{Afghanistan}} as one.

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* DeathWorld: A non-science fiction example; several episodes in the later half of the 7th season depicts {{Afghanistan}} UsefulNotes/{{Afghanistan}} as one.
10th Jan '16 11:38:38 AM scaredinmate#94
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* {{Eagleland}}: Comes in a mixed flavor, but generally the military is almost always of type 1 (Navy & Marine Corps in particular), while civilians and civilian life is at times portrayed as type 2.
5th Jan '16 4:22:01 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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** Starting in season 7, TheWarOnTerror and subsequent U.S. military interventions in UsefulNotes/{{Afghanistan}} and UsefulNotes/{{Iraq}}, and fictional Al-Quaida terrorists became the basis for story arcs.

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** Starting in season 7, TheWarOnTerror and subsequent U.S. military interventions in UsefulNotes/{{Afghanistan}} and UsefulNotes/{{Iraq}}, and fictional Al-Quaida al-Qaeda terrorists became the basis for story arcs.
2nd Jan '16 3:47:27 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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** Yet "Blind Side" had a far more specific example of ''intra-intra-service rivalry'': Harm (an F-14 Tomcat driver) gets into a game of pool against a pair of F-18 Hornet drivers (in the military, the pilots understandably take a lot of pride in the aircraft they fly). One discretion cut later, and we discover that Harm and his pool partner evidently won their opponents ''pants'' in the game when he holds them up as a trophy to show Mac.

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** Yet "Blind Side" had a far more specific example of ''intra-intra-service rivalry'': Harm (an F-14 Tomcat driver) gets into a game of pool against a pair of F-18 Hornet drivers (in the military, the pilots understandably take a lot of pride in the aircraft they fly). One discretion cut later, and we discover that Harm and his pool partner evidently won their opponents opponents' ''pants'' in the game when he holds them up as a trophy to show Mac.
2nd Jan '16 3:45:29 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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** In "Heroes", Harm ridicule the ability of Series/{{NCIS}} special agents:

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** In "Heroes", Harm ridicule ridicules the ability of Series/{{NCIS}} special agents:
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