The United States Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) is the primary law enforcement agency of the U.S. Department of the Navy. Its primary function is to investigate criminal activities involving the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps, though its broad mandate includes national security, counterintelligence, counter-terrorism, cyber warfare, and the protection of U.S. naval assets worldwide. NCIS is the successor organization to the former Naval Investigative Service (NIS), which was established by the Office of Naval Intelligence after the Second World War.
The murder of a Navy communications officer led NCIS agents on a dramatic investigation. The story of that investigation is part of tonight's season three premiere of "NCIS: The Cases They Can’t.. CBS News - Published
Real-life NCIS agents open up about the murder of a sailor's 10-year-old daughter that haunted the agency for three decades and the “unsolvable” murder of a Navy man’s son and the promise to his.. CBS News - Published
Real-life NCIS agents open up about the murder of a sailor's 10-year-old daughter that haunted the agency for three decades and the "unsolvable" murder of a Navy man's son and the promise to his family.. CBS News - Published
Real-life NCIS agents investigate the murders of a Marine sergeant and his wife 67 days after they wed. Was the motive money, was it racially motivated or was it something else? Watch "NCIS: The Cases.. CBS News - Published
The search for a young missing military wife takes NCIS agents into the dark world of master and slave role playing where they uncover the dual life of a Marine sergeant. Narrated by CBS' "NCIS" actor.. CBS News - Published