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Saudi Arabia / Bombing / The Survivors #408294

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 28, 1996
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(Dhahran: Christiane Amanpour) The arrival of the wounded at Ramstein Airbase in Germany outlined; scenes shown. The investigation of the attack at Al Khobar Saudi Arabia featured; details given of evidence about the truck and security measures at the apartment complex. Memorial services for those who died in the Dhahran bombing featured. [Lieutenant Colonel Thomas SHAFER - describes what happened at the time the bomb blew up and the death of his roommate Captain Christopher Adams.] [US EXPATRIOTS - talk about living in Saudi Arabia.] [SAUDIS - comment on the Americans.] United States Secretary of Defense William Perry said traveling to Saudi Arabia.

(Eglin AFB, Florida: Brian Cabell; Robert Vito) The return home of the Air Force 33rd Fighter Wing to Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, reported; scenes shown of family reunions. [Sgt John ORLANDO, Airman 1st Class Jerry SASSER, sergeant Mike GOFF, wife Ursula ORLANDO, Sgt John ORLANDO - comment.]

Amanpour, Christiane;
Cabell, Brian;
Shaw, Bernard;
Vito, Robert

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