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In Depth (Iraq War / Emotional Fallout) #727200

NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 28, 2003
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) The identification of the remains of Sgt. Edward Anguiano†, the last US soldier listed as missing in Iraq, noted.

(Baghdad: Mike Taibbi) An in-depth look at “critical event stress debriefing” sessions of US soldiers to help them deal with the trauma of combat before they return home presented; scenes shown of a group counseling session. [Army psychiatrist Maj. Tim PATTERSON†- says you can’t solve your home problems with an M-16.] [Several SOLDIERS – describe battles; talk about fallen friends; comment on an incident in which a civilian family was killed.] [SPC Bill SCATES††- says he feels some of the weight is off his shoulders.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Taibbi, Mike

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