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The award-winning team behind long-running newsmagazine "48 Hours" provides viewers with an unprecedented look into some of the biggest cases handled by the United States Naval Criminal Investigative Service -- which recently celebrated 50 years of inspecting felony crimes, preventing terrorism, and protecting secrets for the Marine Corps and Navy. Agents who have participated in significant investigations with the agency reveal the steps they take to track killers, break fraud cases and hunt terrorists using street smarts and technology. "NCIS" star Rocky Carroll narrates.

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A Marine sergeant and his wife are murdered 67 days after their wedding.
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The attempted murder of a Marine stationed in Kuwait initially looks like a terrorist attack, but NCIS agents reveal it was something totally different.
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Nearly 13 years after the mysterious death of Lt. Lee Hartley, who fell ill while serving aboard the USS Forrestal, NCIS agents reopen the case and close in on a suspect with an unusual motive.
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Agents collaborate with the Newport News Police Department in the investigation of Cory Allen Voss, a U.S. Navy communications officer murdered at an ATM in Virginia.

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