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Persian Gulf War / Troops' Homecoming / Army and Drinking #338075

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 07, 1991
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Celebrations for troops returning from the gulf reported; scenes shown from Cherry Hill, New Jersey, parade for soldiers, including Lieutenant Jeffrey Zaun, who had been taken prisoner in Iraq. "Desert Storm" as an alcohol withdrawal program explained; details given of Army's efforts to get soldiers to reduce drinking. [US Army Alcohol and Abuse Center director Sid LEVINE - says fighting force will be more efficient if drinking can be controlled.] [US Army 1st sergeant Clyde FOSTER - comments.] Counseling session for soldiers shown. Army's efforts to tighten drinking policies outlined.

Spencer, Susan

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