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Eye On America (Army Athlete Program) #652390

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 18, 2001
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Park City, UT: Bill Whitaker) The Army World-Class Athletes Program, designed to train top-notch Army athlete-recruits to represent the United States at international sporting events, featured; scenes shown of athletes training for Olympic tryouts. [US Biathlon Team Spc. Jeremy TEELA, sergeant Lawton REDMAN, Spc. Andrea NARHGANG, Spc. Michael KOHN - talk about being soldier- athletes.] [Former Army world-class athlete John REGISTER - says Operation Desert Storm crushed his athletic career.] [US bobsled team Spc. Doug SHARP - says the 2002 Olympics could be "one of the greatest shows on earth."]

Rather, Dan;
Whitaker, Bill

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