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Iraq / 1st Armored Division #759158

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 02, 2004
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Tom Brokaw) The thoughts of the soldiers of the 1st Armored Division, whose tour was extended after being in Iraq for a year, as they are preparing to return home featured. [Aberdeen, Maryland, Col. Rob BAKER†- praises one of his men.] [1st Armored Division commander Maj. Gen. Martin DEMPSEY†- recalls the death of one soldier who was killed after the extension.] [Independence, Missouri, Sgt. Craig COPRIDGE†; Puerto Rico Sgt. Vanessa MACEDO†; Columbus, Ohio, S/Sgt. Susan STEWART†; Mason City, Iowa, Sgt. Scott BULAND†; Averill Park, New York, CWO Michael HAYNES†; Fairfax, Virginia, 1st Lt. Chris KANE†- talk about their time in Iraq and their families.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Miami: Kerry Sanders) American soldiers who gave their lives in this historic week of political turnover in Iraq featured; scenes shown from funerals; photos shown of fallen soldiers Sgt. Charles Kiser††, L/Cpl. Patrick Adle†, Cpl. John Todd†, & Sgt. Alan Sherman†; casualty figures cited. [Adle’s cousin Corp. Bruce TACKETT†, Todd’s aunt Kay SHINNER†, Sherman’s ex-wife Dolores SHERMAN†- comment.]

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Brokaw, Tom;
Sanders, Kerry
Duration:
00:05:20

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