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Air Force Probe / Thunderbirds Investigation #829264

ABC Evening News for Thursday, May 18, 2006
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Studio: Brian Ross) ABC News investigation of the FBI probe of the Air Force's Thunderbirds flying team featured; details given about a contract for an improved audiovisual system to a company partially owned by retired Gen. Hal Hornburg†, who ran the Thunderbirds & the roles of Air Force chiefs of staff T. Michael Moseley & John Jumper in pushing the contract. [Senator Tom COBURN†- says we don't need it; calls it a sweetheart deal gone rotten.] [Project on Government Oversight Danielle BRIAN†- says it was a nest for a general leaving the military.]

Vargas, Elizabeth;
Ross, Brian

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