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Saudi Arabia / Bombing / Florida Memorials #370245

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 30, 1996
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Patrick Air Force Base, Florida: Rita Braver) Memorial services at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, for the victims of the bombing in Saudi Arabia featured; scenes shown. [President CLINTON, 33rd Fighter Wing commander Colonel Gary DYLEWSKI - speak about those who died.] [At Patrick Air Force Base, CLINTON - promises to punish the doers of this evil deed.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Dhahran: Mark Phillips) The investigation of the bombing and security measures to prevent further terrorist incidents featured; scenes shown from the American housing complex in Dhahran. [Senior Airman David HAYES - comments.] [Air Force commander Brigadier General Terry SCHWALIER - says we wanted to move the security perimeter back, but the Saudis refused; calls this a new era of terrorism because of the size of the bomb.] [Stress management team Lieutenant Colonel Bruce CROW - outlines the personal questions raised by survivors.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Secretary of Defense William Perry's meeting with Saudi's King Fahd and his reaction to criticism from Senator Arlen Specter reported.

Braver, Rita;
Phillips, Mark;
Roberts, John

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