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CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 21, 1994
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Fort Myer, Virginia: Jim Stewart) The introduction of women into the Army's 3rd Infantry Regiment, which guards the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, featured; scenes shown from Fort Myer, Virginia, of precision drill practice and equipment readiness. [Colonel Steven NASH - says traditions are being balanced with change.] [Soldiers Janet RESCHELL, Heather JOHNSON - comment on their participation.] The unit's demanding duties described; scenes shown. [Tomb guards Corporation Bryan RIPPEE, S/sergeant Ronny JOHNSON - comment on difficulties facing the first woman tomb guard.]

Chung, Connie;
Stewart, Jim

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