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Chicago, Illinois / Air Traffic Control / Computer System #364418

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 24, 1995
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Frank Currier) Another breakdown of the air traffic control computer system in Chicago's airport examined. [Air traffic controllers union Mark DOWNEN, veteran controller Lauren McCORMICK, Federal Aviation Administration Gary DUFFY - talk about the antiquated computer system and its many problems.] [Federal Aviation Administration Denis BURKE - downplays the problem.] [Secretary of Transportation Federico PENA - says this is a major problem that he has talked about for two years and needs help from Congress.] Congressional default on their twenty-year promise to replace the system noted.

Currier, Frank;
Rather, Dan

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