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Aerospace Industry / Voi-Shan / Bad Bolts #332628

CBS Evening News for Thursday, May 10, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Ed Bradley) Investigative report on largest supplier of nuts and bolts to aerospace industry, Voi-Shan Corp., presented; details given of fake testing charges and implications of faulty fasteners for airplanes. [Former employee Tom RUNYON - says some airplane parts are defective.] Federal Aviation Administration assistant administrator Tony BRODERICK - says parts in question are all in military hardware.] [Attorney Will RAMSEY - comments on the extent of the problem.] [RUNYON - talks about Voi- Shan's deception during testing.] [Former NTSB official Chuck MILLER - comments on possible response from public.] Response from Voi-Shan to CBS News quoted on screen. [Former Voi-Shan employee Paul HERTOG - comments.]

Bradley, Ed;
Rather, Dan

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