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Segment 3 (Pfc. Robert Garwood, United States Marine Corps) #503402

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 21, 1979
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(Studio) Background of Pfc. Robert Garwood since 1963 disappearance from Marine unit in Vietnam. Garwood reported scheduled to leave Vietnam next week
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Hanoi, Vietnam) Interview by Jon Alpert, free-lance reporter [GARWOOD - discusses reaction to Vietnam war; accusations of treason; experience as POW; "New York Times" article; desire to return to US.]
REPORTER: Jon Alpert

(Studio) Copy of interview said sent to Garwood's family in Indianapolis.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Indianapolis, IN) Background on Garwood given; photos shown Lack of contact between Garwood and family for past 14 years cited; family shown reacting to inter view. [Father Jack GARWOOD - comments on change in son.] [Brother Don. GARWOOD - comments.]
REPORTER: Jim Cummins

Alpert, Jon;
Chancellor, John;
Cummins, Jim

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