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Persian Gulf / Manning The Front #577360

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 23, 1990
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Reports introduced.

(Aboard the USS Nassau in the Gulf of Oman: Katherine Couric) Life on USS Nassau, part of the American amphibious task force in the Middle East, featured; scenes shown from aboard the ship in the Gulf of Oman and Defense Department pictures shown of amphibious assault training. [Marine commander General Harry JENKINS, Navy commander Rear Admiral John LaPLANTE, Marine Corps Corporal James QUADE, Sergeant James FUTTRELL, Navy Yeoman Glen WALKER - comment.]

(Saudi Arabia: Rick Davis) Army's 101st Airborne Division stationed in Saudi Arabia featured; scenes shown from the "tent city" in the desert. [Private First Class Joseph GRAY, Sergeant Major ROSS - comment.] Issue of a rotation date discussed.

Couric, Katherine;
Davis, Rick;
Utley, Garrick

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