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* ''Series/{{Amerika}}'' (Partly)

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* ''Series/{{Grant}}''


* ''Series/{{Combat}}''

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* ''Series/{{Combat}}'' ''Series/Combat1962''

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* ''Series/OurGirl''

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* ''Series/MotherlandFortSalem''

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* ''Series/{{Mahabharata}}''

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* ''Series/BaghdadCentral''[[note]]Partially because the Coalition Provisional Authority has military police units initially doing law enforcement work after Iraq was placed under CPA control.[[/note]]

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* ''Series/TheArmyGame''


* ''Series/{{X Company}}''
* ''Series/YoungIndianaJones'' (UsefulNotes/WorldWarI is the focus of many, but not all, episodes)

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* ''Series/YoungIndianaJones'' ''Series/TheYoungIndianaJonesChronicles'' (UsefulNotes/WorldWarI is the focus of many, but not all, episodes)


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* ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' [[note]]While mainly a PoliceProcedural, it occasionally dips in this territory, especially in the first twelve seasons. Four of the main characters during that time (the lead detective was in the USMC, two including DaChief served in the U.S. Army, and TheCoroner was in the USAF) were former military personnel, after all[[/note]]

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* ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' [[note]]While ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit''[[note]]While mainly a PoliceProcedural, it occasionally dips in this territory, especially in the first twelve seasons. Four seasons as four of the main characters during that time (the were former military personnel; lead detective Elliot Stabler was in the USMC, two including DaChief [[DaChief Captain Donald Cragen]] and Detective Fin Tutuola both served in the U.S. Army, and TheCoroner [[TheCoroner Dr. Melinda Warner]] was in the USAF) were former military personnel, after all[[/note]]USAF[[/note]]


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* ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow''[[note]]the first season was about a rogue captain from a SpaceNavy TimePolice organization leading his own makeshift team going up against his former comrades and an immortal dictator, while the second features {{recurring character}}s who are members of a UsefulNotes/WorldWarII SuperTeam[[/note]]


* ''Series/{{Arrow}}''[[note]]Several major and recurring characters were military personnel; two of the main characters are a former master sergeant in the U.S. Army (with his wife being a veteran too) and a disgraced Navy SEAL. The titular protagonist himself was trained by a former general in the Chinese army and an Australian Secret Intelligence Service agent[[/note]]

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* ''Series/{{Arrow}}''[[note]]Several major and recurring characters were military personnel; two three of the main characters are a former master sergeant in the U.S. Army (with his wife being a veteran too) too), an Australian Secret Intelligence Service agent, and a disgraced Navy SEAL. The titular protagonist himself was trained by a former general in the Chinese army and an Australian Secret Intelligence Service the aforementioned ASIS agent[[/note]]


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* ''Series/{{Arrow}}''[[note]]Several major and recurring characters were military personnel; two of the main characters are a former master sergeant in the U.S. Army (with his wife being a veteran too) and a disgraced Navy SEAL. The titular protagonist himself was trained by a former general in the Chinese army and an Australian Secret Intelligence Service agent[[/note]]


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* ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' [[note]]While mainly a PoliceProcedural, it occasionally dips in this territory, especially in the first twelve seasons. Four of the main characters during that time (the lead detective was in the USMC, two including DaChief served in the U.S. Army, and TheCoroner was in the USAF) were former military personnel, after all[[/note]]


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* ''Series/SpartacusBloodAndSand'' (set during the Third Servile War)


* ''Series/DasBoot2018''


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* ''Series/DasBoot2018''

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