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Bosnia / Peace Mission / Wounded Soldier / Sava River #361401

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Dec 30, 1995
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(Studio: Jane Robelot) Report introduced.

(Northeastern Bosnia: Cinny Kennard) The wounding of the first US soldier in Bosnia, Spec. Martin Begosh, while on reconnaissance patrol near the Sava River and the efforts to build the bridge across the river featured; scenes shown. [US Army Colonel Robert GAYLORD - says the humvee hit a mine.] [President CLINTON - talks about the mine problem.] [Task Force Eagle commander General William NASH, Captain Tom EVANS - comment on the bridge operation.] The problems the engineers faced in setting up the pontoon bridge across the river reviewed.

(Studio: Jane Robelot) The reaction of the family of the wounded soldier presented. [Father Andrew BEGOSH - questions the United States role as policeman of the world.]

Kennard, Cinny;
Robelot, Jane

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