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Iraq War / Missing Sailor / Homecomings #729462

CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 25, 2003
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(Studio: Martin Savidge) The sailor missing from the USS Nassau mentioned.

(No location given: Gary Tuchman) The reactions of the first major contingent of Marine ground troops and their families as they look forward to tomorrow’s homecoming featured; scenes shown of Harrier jets landing at Cherry Point Marine Air Station, North Carolina and of family reunions for pilots & their families. [Aboard the USS Nassau, Marine Maj. Joe PASCHALL†, on shore, wife Sue PASCHALL†, KIDS – react.] [Marine’s wife Elizabeth SISTO†- comments.] [At air station, Marines Harrier pilot & wife Capt. Jeff & Cara BONNER†- react.]

Savidge, Martin;
Tuchman, Gary

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