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Korea / DMZ #1713

ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 16, 1968
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(Studio) Navy to release 600 air reservists called to active duty when North Korea captured "Pueblo". Air Force may release 14,000 air guard and reserve mbrs. No letdown in vigilance along Korean DMZ.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Korean DMZ) DMZ (demilitarized zone) described. Vigil kept to keep North Korean infiltrators out. After 31 member assassination team got through in January and "Pueblo"captured week later, American alertness improved. Reg. patrols kept up. 10 Americans killed this year; 31 hurt. North Korea President Kim Il Sung threatens to reunite Korea. United States restrained response and possible apology for it may cause North Korean actions.
REPORTER: Roger Peterson

Peterson, Roger;
Reynolds, Frank

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