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Vietnam / War Dead List #490284

NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 06, 1976
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(Studio) Vietnam embassy in Paris, France, sends list of 12 American flyers it claims killed in Vietnam war to United States embassy in Paris; Pentagon says it already had all 12 on its list. White House says glad to have this info., but wants facts on fate of 100's of others.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Roselle, Illinois) Air Force Major Elwyn Rex Capling shot down in Vietnam in 1968; listed as MIA. Family background noted. Wife, Virginia talks-out feelings over years [Mrs. CAPLING - says she tries not to think about it; emotionally 1 can only take so much. Says today's report doesn't really change feeling of anxiety and ignorance of husband's fate.]
REPORTER: Mike Jackson

Brinkley, David;
Jackson, Mike

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