Major Sarah "MAC" MacKenzie, USMC
"Rifleman first, attorney second."
Major Sarah MacKenzie is a buttoned-down, fiesty U.S. Marine Corps
officer in the Judge Advocate General Corps, stationed at JAG Headquarters
in Falls Church, Virginia. Mac, as she is called, is partnered with
Lieutenant Commander Harmon Rabb, Jr., and she is one of the youngest women
in the Corps to have attained this rank. Mac must remain strong in
order to surivr the physical rigors of the Marine Corps, and often thinks
that her stringent training as a Marine is superior to that of any Naval
For her to be accepted in the "man's world" of
the Corps, she has had to be tougher than most to earn the respect of her
peers. Mac's Unrelenting demand for respect casuses her to take her
job as a JAG officer very seriously; which sometimes places her in
a head-to-head confrontation with Rabb, telling him exactly what she thinks.
Together Rabb and MacKenzie make a formidable team and one of which the
military is proud.
Mac's mother left her with her abusive father,
although he never laid hands on Sarah, when she was a child. Sarah
fought an alcohol addiction in her teen years. After a high school
friend died in a car accident that she lived through, Mac's Uncle Matt
took her to Red Rock Mesa in the desert to "dry out."
Mac was commissioned through Officers Candidate
School (OCS) and served with Unit 29 in Bosnia. MacKenzie, als, bears
an uncanny resmeblance to Lieutenant Diane Shonke, a young Naval officer
who was murdered. Dalton Lowne convinced early in late 1997 to leave
JAG for a private law firm, but she quickly discovered that the Corps and
JAG was where she wanted to be.
MacKenzie was stalked and abducted in early 1998, by a disturbed detective
with the D.C. police. As a result of the stalkers efforts, here former
boyfriend, D.C. lawyer Dalton Lowne was murdered. That was the only
time she had regressed and gotten drunk.
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