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Afghanistan War / 2005 SEALS Mission / Lone Survivor (Part II) #1056954

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 17, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A June 28, 2005, mission in the war in Afghanistan in which Marcus Littrell was the lone survivor continued; details given about the death of three SEALS with Littrell; scenes shown of Littrell in Texas with Afghan friend Gulag. [For "60 Minutes," LITTRELL - continues his story about what happened after the firefight when a group of friendly Afghans helped him until US forces found him; talks about his visits to the families of the fallen SEALS.] [Former special forces commander V/Adm. Joe McGUIRE - recounts the call from a SEAL, what happened to the rescue helicopter and crew.] Film clips from the movie "Lone Survivor" about the battle shown. [Film director ‡ - recalls visiting Littrell in Texas.] The military awards for the four SEALS noted.
Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:08:50

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