ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 05, 2002
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(Studio: Cynthia McFadden) Report introduced.
(Dallas: Mike von Fremd) The final journey home for sergeant Nathan Chapman, the first United States soldier killed in combat in Afghanistan, featured; photos shown of the casket at the United States air base in Germany; details given about Chapman's service background. [President BUSH - says Chapman lost his life for a just cause.] [Parents Lynn and Will CHAPMAN - comment on their son's military service.] [At Fort Lewis, WA, Army sergeant William PENCE - remembers Chapman.]
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