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Economy: Military Cutbacks #337712

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 11, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) United Nations Security Council noted announcing formal cease-fire in Persian Gulf war. Report introduced.

(Pentagon: Jim Stewart) Pentagon plans to close or cut back military bases in response to shrinking Soviet threat examined; bases listed; Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney's announcement tomorrow previewed. [Pentagon spokesman Pete WILLIAMS, Representatives Robert MATSUI, Norman DICKS - comment.]

(Anniston, Alabama: Erin Hayes) Expected economic impact on Anniston, Alabama, from closure of Fort McClellan, Alabama, base featured; scenes shown. [Laid- off Tony MOLINO, car mechanic Ron MOODY, Franz COBB, attorney A.W. BOLT, hairdresser Marjorie KIMMEL, civilian WORKER - comment.]

Hayes, Erin;
Rather, Dan;
Stewart, Jim

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