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Troops / Vietnam / NATO #13136

ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 04, 1971
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(Studio) 3,200 pulled out of combat. 212,500 American troops in Vietnam, 40,000 less than NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) forces in Europe. Econ. pressure to reduce NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) forces.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(W. Germany) 12,000 Americans lifted over for big NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) maneuver. United States likes to show speed troops can arrive, but admits airfield there would probably be destroyed before they could arrive.
REPORTER: Ray Moloney

Moloney, Ray;
Smith, Howard K.

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