Sergeant Raymond McGill
Raymond Mcgill-post op
Sergeant Raymond Mcgill, the patient who doesn't want to go home in "Post Op" (Season 5).
M*A*S*H character
Vital information
Rank: Sergeant (E-5) U.S. Army
Job/Role in Unit: Patient at the 4077th MASH
Home: Jersey City, New Jersey
Hair Color: Dark Brown
Eye Color: Brown
Height: unable to estimate
Weight: unable to estimate
Family/Personal Information
Born: probably the same as hometown
Birthplace: not mentioned
Spouse(s): married, name not mentioned
Relatives/Children: has a family in Jersey City
First appeared in: "Post Op" (Season 5)
Last appeared in: N/A, guest appearance
Appeared on/or in: M*A*S*H (TV series)
Played by: Sal Viscuso, in guest appearance
Sergeant Raymond McGill was a U.S. army sergeant who made a single appearance in the Season 5 episode of the CBS-TV series M*A*S*H titled "Post Op". The part of McGill was played by Sal Viscuso, who also made appearances as a patient named John in "Dear Sigmund" (Season 5) and Corporal Benny Bryant in "Tea and Empathy" (Season 6). Viscuso was also one of two voices behind the P.A. announcements heard during the show.

About MacGillEdit

MacGill is a soldier who has been wounded and whose wound is deemed serious enough that he will be sent stateside. On hearing the news from B.J., he is upset because, as he tells B.J., he has a stateside family to support. When B.J. doesn't understand, he tells him that he is making a fortune in Korea with several "enterprises". For example, friends send him bottles of liquor which cost a dollar and a quarter in Tokyo which he then sells for up to twelve dollars. He also owns the only Polaroid camera in the sector and charges two dollars a shot. He doesn't think he can do as well back home in Jersey City. He tries to bribe B.J. not to let go home but B.J. is not budging. "I heard you doctors had no heart," he says.