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Iraq / The Wounded Come Home #772173

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 25, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Viewer's e-mail about the casualties from the war in Iraq outlined. Note: originally aired on May 5, 2004.

(No location given: Beth Nissen) The story of the wounded from the war in Iraq who are tended by nurses & doctors in flight featured; scenes shown from inside the C-141 plane bringing in the sick & wounded to Ramstein Air Base, Germany & then on to the US; details given of the problems in caring for patients in flight. [USAF medical crew director Capt. Dan LEGERE†, primary loadmaster SM/Sgt. Ricky SMITH†, USAF M/Sgt Michael FOSTER†, critical care team Dr. Larry PUTNAM†, aircraft commander Maj. Steve GRIFFIN†, medical flight care Sgt. Timothy MITZEL†- talk about caring for the injured soldiers.]

Brown, Aaron;
Nissen, Beth

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