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Green Berets In Arizona #20166

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 12, 1972
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(Studio) Green Berets, elite force trained to adapt to S.E. Asian jungles, adapt to reservation in Arizona.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Supai, Arizona) Hava Supai Indian reservation, at bottom of Havasu Canyon, reached only by foot or helicopter. Special Forces troops from Fort Bragg North Carolina, help Indians by widening trail to graveyard, bridging stream, and providing medical and veterinary care. [Team leader Captain Sy TAZIK - describes how tribe came to accept Green Berets.] [Engineer, Lieutenant Bill ST. PETER - says jobs done elsewhere in world are not being done in American] [Chairperson Tribal Council, Alfred HANNA - says Green Berets welcome in village.]
REPORTER: Roger Peterson

Reporter(s):
Peterson, Roger;
Reasoner, Harry
Duration:
00:03:40

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