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Fort Belvoir / Michelle Obama / Sydney Davis / Prince Harry #1162745

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 28, 2015
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There are few people who lead more public lives than Prince Harry. We've watched him grow up suffer the loss of his mother earned a reputation as a partier and we watched him go to war in Afghanistan as a captain in the British Army. That experience changed him and it gave him a mission. Today that mission brought him to Washington to join some very special company NBC Keir Simmons was there. Prince Harry. Prince Harry has devoted himself to helping injured veterans. I'm in no doubt that my two ...
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