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Bosnia / Peace / United States Troops #603897

NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 15, 1995
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(Frankfurt: Tom Brokaw) The delay of United States troop and cargo deployment in Bosnia due to the winter weather featured; scenes shown of foggy, snowy Tuzla, Bosnia.

(Tuzla: Tom Aspell) The paralysis of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) due to the weather examined; scenes shown. The need for planes to have a certain ceiling and visibility to land safely at Tuzla outlined. [SR Joseph TAYLOR, sergeant Walter EVANS - comment.]

(Frankfurt: Tom Brokaw) An unsuccessful attempt of a United States C-130 to land at Tuzla airport featured; scenes shown of the fog from above. [Colonel Neal PATTON - comments on the elements that need to be in place before the troops arrive and on the weather.]

Reporter(s):
Aspell, Tom;
Brokaw, Tom
Duration:
00:06:40

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