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CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 20, 1982
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(Studio) Army's sexual integration recalled.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Fort McPherson, Georgia) Problem of sexual harassment in Army examined. [Spec. Lyneese GRIMES - notes sergeant's efforts to force her into sex.] [Pfc. Theresa SHIELDS - comments.] Findings of Army survey of problem outlined on screen, discussed. [Pfc. Ida MENENDEZ - recalls incident.] [Spec. Antonio GARDNER - notes women are easy prey.] [Spec. Linda BRANSTROM - describes incident.] [Post commander Barton HAYWARD - laments situation.] Pilot program to combat sexual harassment described; portions of videotape used in program shown. [sergeant Thomas ABERNATHY - reacts to viewing-tape.] [sergeant Major V. TREADWELL - warns recruits.] [Colonel Bob HOLTZCLAW - cites need of discipline to enforce standard.] [sergeant Roberto MARIN - instructs class.] Army's general approach to problem mentioned.
REPORTER: Betty Ann Bowser

Bowser, Betty Ann;
Dean, Morton

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