NBC Evening News for Monday, Aug 30, 1971
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(Studio) 1,000 GIs withdrawn from South Vietnam last week; Cambodian army faces uncertain future.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Cambodia, Indo-China) Cambodian army now has over 200,000 men and women; film shows unit in parachute training, though war calls for little use of parachutists; President Nixon asks Congress for $200 million for Cambodian mil. assistance; Cambodian army includes girls, old men, children; US advisers present, but out of sight; many Cambodians train in South Vietnam.
REPORTER: Arthur Lord
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