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Eye on America ("America’s Army") #751628

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 30, 2004
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(West Point, New York: Jim Acosta) The popularity among teens of the computer video game, “America’s Army,” designed by the Pentagon as a recruiting tool, featured; game excerpts shown; scenes shown from a tournament in New York; details given about the debate over whether the game provides a realistic view of war. [Player Rob CALCAGNI†- says it’s a fun game.] [US Army recruiter Lt. Col. John GILLETTE†- says the tournament is a fantastic recruiting opportunity.] [America’s Army project director Col. Casey WARDYNSKI†- comments on the game.] [University of Michigan Brad BUSHMAN†- says the game provides a sanitized view of violence.] [Player Bart KOSCINSKI†- says people know what they’re getting into.]

Rather, Dan;
Acosta, Jim

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