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Military / Soldiers’ Stress / Grange Interview #728647

CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 17, 2003
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Fort Bragg, North Carolina: Barbara Starr) The Army’s intervention program to identify signs of stress as soldiers prepare to return home from deployments featured; details recalled of the murders of four soldiers’ wives by their recently returned husbands at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, last summer; signs of trouble outlined. [US Army soldier & wife Timothy & Leah GONZALES†- talk about counseling they received before his return from Afghanistan.] [US Army Chaplain Maj. Michael CHARLES†- comments on using a personal approach.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with military spouse Holly Grange about the spouse’s side of dealing with deployment. [In Oakbrook, Illinois, GRANGE – comments on the spouse’s responsibilities at home; says you want to ask questions about their mission; talks about military programs for spouses; offers advice for wives of soldiers returning from Iraq.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Starr, Barbara
Duration:
00:05:20

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