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Navy / Tiger Cruise #1052106

NBC Evening News for Thursday, May 02, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(San Diego: Miguel Almaguer) The Tiger Cruise trip for family & friends of the crew returning from the Persian Gulf on board the USS John Stennis featured; scenes shown. [GIRL – says she gets to see her dad again.] [Senior Chief Anthony DORRAH†- says they haven’t seen me in 8 months.] [Lt. Michael LEMMONS††- says this is the ultimate take your kid to work day.] [Son Michael LEMMONS – reacts.] [Senior Chief Dennis REEDER†- says it’s awesome to have his veteran grandfather on the ship.] [World War II veteran Kinney ELLIS†- says he wants to re-enlist.] [Stennis executive officer Capt. Kyle HIGGINS†- says they feel the life of the ship.]

Williams, Brian;
Almaguer, Miguel

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