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CNN Evening News for Friday, May 20, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown)

(New York: Kelly Wallace) The suspension of a day's recruitment by the military to look at the recent allegations about the system examined; details given of specific allegations, including the story from high school newspaper reporter David McSwane, who posed as a high school dropout to be recruited {with McSwane's undercover audiotape played.} [On "Lou Dobbs Tonight," US Army Recruiting Command Maj. Gen. Michael ROCHELLE† - says we are all injured by the problem.] [College student Andree SAJOUS† - explains her mother's opposition to her joining the Army.] Recent Army recruiting tactics outlined; statistics cited to illustrate how far the Army has fallen below its recruiting goals.

Brown, Aaron;
Wallace, Kelly

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