CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 16, 2012
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(New Castle, Pennsylvania: David Martin) The story of Leslie Sabo of Bravo Co. of the 101st Airborne, who died 42 years ago in the war in Vietnam, presented; scenes shown of the shrine kept up by his widow; details given about what happened that day of sacrifice that finally led to his Medal of Honor. [Widow Rose SABO - says we had 31 days together; recounts being called by the president about the award.] [Platoon leader Teb STOCKS- talks about Sabo's heroism.] War photos shown.
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