NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 25, 1971
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(Studio) Veterans' Day celebrated; used to be Armistice Day. Some vets. didn't march. Some anti-war groups out. Pentagon had 2,000 troops on alert, but few protesters and troops taken off alert.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Arlington, Virginia) Vice President Spiro T. Agnew places wreath at Tomb of Unknown Soldier. Veterans of Foreign Wars refuses to participate due to limits on number vets. to be buried at Arlington. Groups protest date changing. [AGNEW - speaks of Vietnam war and its veteran Freedom's price high.]
REPORTER: Gordon Graham
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