Nightline: The President's Own #720827
ABC Special for Thursday, Jul 04, 2002
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Taped segments with Chris Bury (ABC), Master Gunnery Sergeant John Troxel, Staff Sergeant Susan Rider, Staff Sergeant Vicki Gotcher, Staff Sergeant Christopher Tiedeman, Staff Sergeant Kevin Bennear, Chief librarian Master Gunnery Sergeant Michael Ressler, United States Marine Museum Chief Historian Chuck Melson, Marine Band assistant director Major Michael Colburn, and unidentified others re: the United States Marine Band inspires confidence and patriotism in audiences across the United States. Includes taped excerpt of a Washington DC concert with complete performances of “Stars and Stripes Forever” and a patriotic medley by the United States Marine Band.
- Bury, Chris
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