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Grenada Invasion Follow-Up / Women In Army #288289

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Dec 03, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Grenada) Role of women in United States Army invasion/occupation force here examined; films shown. Elizabeth Milliken, Susan Seefuss cited as exs. [Specialist Bonny SANDY - notes need for alertness.] Women here explained shuffled between Grenada and Fort Bragg, North Carolina, by 2 generals disagreeing on appropriateness of their presence with occupation forces; details given. [sergeant Mary ANGELICCHIO - feels having others do work of her troops is wrong.] Angelicchio's stance mentioned agreed to by Lieutenant Peggy Kennedy. [MILLIKEN - feels everyone wearing uniform should be allowed to do their job.] [General Jack FARRIS - believes women in support units are essential; explains.]

Ford, Sam;
Schieffer, Bob

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