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Petty Officer Jason Tiner
By Jo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Oh man, what a night! I bet most people think that working at a staff installation like JAG is pretty boring; paperwork, paperwork, and more paperwork. And it is, most of the time. But you wouldn't know it from today. What with SRT and CIA running around and all.
I guess I feel kinda guilty about letting Corporal Magida pass, even though there really wasn't any way for me to know who he was. Commander Rabb and Major MacKenzie knew who he was but I'm just a yeoman. It's not like anyone notifies me when there's a brig break.
The Commander sure was brave - I mean he's friends with the Major and Lieutenant Roberts, but he really kept everything from blowing up. And I mean literally. Or at least, I thought so at the time. The Admiral said Magida was wired with explosives.
And then when he rushed into the room - I didn't really know what he was trying to do at the time, I still don't. But man, he rushed into a situation where we knew there was one stressed Marine with a gun and possibly packed with explosives. I never could have done that.
I don't really know Mr. Webb, aside from that he was involved in the first case the Major was here for. He didn't really seem happy about helping, either, but he kept coming back. I don't think he and Commander Rabb get along too well. But I think he was right when he said the Admiral, Major MacKenzie and Lieutenant Roberts are the three people Commander Rabb is closest to. It's kind of neat, the way they're all friends. I'm glad their ok.ay.