Ha. After watching JAG yesterday, I found one tidbit I'd like to ask about:
The episode took place on a carrier (again). For most of the episode, the team was strolling around the ship in the somewhat-relaxed uniforms... meaning, they guys were not wearing ties etc. So were the regular sailors seen in the background. Then, in the final act, the carrier got itself into a combat... And, for the rest of the story, everyone was wearing helmets and... had their shirts buttoned up tightly. And I mean *everyone*.
It may sound completely silly, but is there some sort of rule in US Navy that you have to keep your shirt buttoned up in combat situations?