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(Studio) January, 1971, report on medics in Vietnam recalled; retd. medic featured.
(Manhattan, Kansas) Delmar Pickett, Junior, hero, returns from Vietnam, finds US indifferent to war; vets' unemployment high; returns to school at Kansas State University as better student than before Vietnam experience. [Student Gwyn STEERE - speaks of Pickett's modesty.] [Vietnam film from earlier feature shown.] Pickett home is in Olsburg, Kansas. [PICKETT - tells of being spit on in Seattle, WA.] Disillusioned but not downed by Vietnam experience. [PICKETT - tells of experience as medic in Vietnam.] [Father Delmar PICKETT, Senior - says son more settled.] [MOTHER - says son a much better student than formerly.] Drugs no problem for Pickett. 2 1/2 million Vietnam vets.
|Program Time:||05:52:20 pm - 05:58:00 pm. Duration: 05:40|
|Reporters:||Collingwood, Charles; Dean, Morton|
|Link to this page||http://tvnews.vanderbilt.edu/program.pl?ID=214568|
|Broadcast Type:||Evening News Segment Type: News Content|