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(Studio) US's only Safeguard anti-ballistic missile site about to be dismantled.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(Langdon, North Dakota) Site cost $6 billion; became fully operational few weeks ago. It's outmoded by technology and detente. Safeguard created economy boom in area; 1400 new jobs born. [Mayor John MACFARLANE - says a lot of people will be out of work if site closed.] [Philip SANDOVAL - doesn't know why they did this.] [Charles STANTON - thought it would last longer.] [Mike DINGMAN - says no job openings here.] Langdon representatives hold meeting [City auditor Charles ANDRICK - says we didn't want them, but they came and town took care of them. Army should help people.]
REPORTER: Chris Kelley
- Kelley, Chris;
- Mudd, Roger
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