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Jr. Reserve Officers' Training Corps #284021

CBS Evening News for Monday, May 31, 1982
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(Studio) Pros and cons of Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Lee Cnty., Florida) Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Pentagon program, examined in detail; films shown. [Mother Barbara PAGANO - notes subtle indoctrination.] [Lieutenant General River Dean TICE - defs. program.] [Adam WILLIAMS - notes psychological approach to shooting.] [Sally NEWBAUER - is bothered by guns.] [Major TedSan TIMBERLAKE - defs. program.] Emphasis on safety noted; death of Jeff Wilson Mims during program noted. [Kathy RICE, Nick SHEPPARD, Jeffrey HOLMES - explain their reasons for joining Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps.] Fin. benefits to recruits explained. [Gregg FELTMAN - doesn't believe military personnel lies.] [TICE - comments.]
REPORTER: Jane Wallace

Rather, Dan;
Wallace, Jane

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