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In Depth (US Naval Academy / Corruption) #611978

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 17, 1996
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Navy statistics given.

(Annapolis, Maryland: Ed Rabel) Various crimes by Navy midshipmen including theft, sexual assaults and petty scandals featured; scenes shown and other recent crimes by Navy cadets outlined. [MIDSHIPMEN, Admiral Charles LARSON, ethics teacher Dr. James BARRY, midshipman Christopher IEVA - talk about corruption and lost confidence in the Naval Academy.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Naval Academy graduates Senator John McCain and attorney Jeffrey McFadden's views on the corruption at the Naval Academy featured. [McFADDEN - says the Navy is off course; comments about the bad- boy subculture.] [McCAIN - comments on the different environment at the academy now.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Rabel, Ed

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