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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 21, 1981
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(Studio) Pentagon reported identification remains of 3 Americans listed as MIA.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(DC) Remains, returned by Vietnam July 8, 1981, said identification as those of Commander Ronald Dodge, Lieutenant Steven Musselman and Captain Richard Van Dyke; details given, photos shown. [Colonel John FER - believes Vietnam is concealing more info.] [Mother, Kay Van DYKE, Ethel MUSSELMAN, widow Janis DODGE - react to learning of sons' and husband's death.] Dodge said being buried Friday in Arlington National Cemetery.
REPORTER: George Herman (KLS-TV, KSLA-TV films/tapes)

Schieffer, Bob

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