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Segment 3 (Salt II) #504687

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 14, 1979
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(Studio) Controversy surrounding Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) II treaty noted; report introduced
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Arms development at Los Alamos, New Mexico, examined. [General George SEIGNIOUS - discusses arms Production.) Dvt. of MX, Cruise, Trident, Pershing II, missiles and other areas of arms development outlined. Films shown. [Federal of American Scientists Jeremy STONE - comments on arms race.] Technical and political problems faced by world leaders considered. Incr. in USSR arms development reported; Soviet exercise films shown. [Air Force systems command General John TOOMAY - discusses acceleration by USSR .] Defense Department research into improved weaponry outlined; Defense Department animations shown.
REPORTER: Ford Rowan

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Rowan, Ford
Duration:
00:04:30

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