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Bosnia / Peace Mission / French Pilots / Congress #361060

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 12, 1995
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(Tuzla, Bosnia: Dan Rather) Release by the Bosnian Serbs of the two French pilots, who had been shot down over Bosnia last August, and the continued buildup of the United States advance forces featured; scenes shown of the men; details given of the reluctance of General Ratko Mladic to free the Frenchmen. [French PILOT - talks about his leg injury.] New demands by Congressional leaders that the United States arm and train Bosnian Muslims and White House concerns over the appearance of neutrality outlined. A host of delays in getting troops and equipment from Germany to Bosnia detailed.

(Tazar, Hungary: Allen Pizzey) The expanding airlift to get US troops and equipment into Hungary to prepare for the full- scale deployment into Bosnia featured; scenes shown of troops being shipped out on buses due to the short supply of trains. [US Air Force Captain Dennis SHUMAKER - comments.] [Colonel Dale TEYTON - tells his troops to be safe.] [sergeant Reginald JENKINS, WIVES - say goodbye to each other.]

Pizzey, Allen;
Rather, Dan

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