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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 23, 1989
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(Studio: Maria Shriver) Report introduced.

(DC: Henry Champ) Efforts by defense industry to promote and market development of various military planes featured; scenes shown of ads. for Northrop Corp.'s B-2 Stealth bomber and Bell Helicopter/Textron's V-22 Osprey. [Ad. specialist Jerry MOISER - explains defense industry's selling tactics.] [Representative John KASICH - comments on defense spending.] [MOISER - explains where ads. are shown.] [Senator John GLENN - says he does not care about defense contractors' advertising.] USSR military expert Sergei Akhromeyev shown visiting Congress

Champ, Henry;
Shriver, Maria

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