Dating a nypd detective
In Season 6 it was mentioned that he served in the Gulf War and he is shown wearing the Southwest Asia Service Medal, although he himself has never spoken of the deployment.
It is revealed in flashbacks that he had tried but was unable to save a young Marine, Corporal Stan Whitney, who was fatally wounded and the memory still occasionally haunts him, as seen when he had to stabilize a critically injured Don Flack after an explosion in Season 2.
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Prior to his father's death, Mac had considered retiring from the Marine Corps to "settle down" and received a job offer from NYPD.
He told his father he intended to turn it down and move back to Chicago to be nearer to him but his father encouraged him to take up NYPD's offer since Claire was from New York City.
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As a result, Mac has come to believe strongly in a person’s right to a dignified death.
Detective Mac Taylor is a fictional character and the co-protagonist of the CBS crime drama CSI: NY.
Portrayed by Gary Sinise, Mac is the Director of the NYPD Crime Lab and the Supervisor of the NYPD CSI team. In a taped interview, an elderly Holocaust survivor recounts how Mac's father, then a young Private, restored his dignity and even offered him a candy bar.
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I then heard great things about 11/22/63 and I read it earlier this Spring and LOVED, it. I have not read any older King either, Cujo, Firestarter...