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Bosnia / Civil War / United States Pilot's Rescue / United Nations Role #363553

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 10, 1995
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Aviano Air Base, Italy; Cinny Kennard) The story of American pilot Air Force Captain Scott O'Grady, who was shot down and later rescued in Bosnia, featured; audiotape played of O'Grady's radio communication with his Marine rescuers. [Air Force Captain Theo HANFORD - recounts his conversation with O'Grady.] [Rescued pilot O'GRADY - describes hiding from the enemy, how he survived and running to the rescue helicopter.]

(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Announcement from Secretary of Defense William Perry that the United States may do more to protect NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) war planes over Bosnia reported.

(Sarajevo: Allen Pizzey) The shaky status of the United Nations mission in Bosnia reviewed; scenes shown to illustrate the failure of international will in Bosnia. [UN spokesmen Mark CUTTS, Alexander IVANKO, Thant Myint U - talk about blocked convoys and returning to the status quo ante.]

Pizzey, Allen;
Schieffer, Bob

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