ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 12, 2007
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(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The story of Army Lt. Bryan Jackson, the seventh soldier to be awarded the Distinguished Service Cross since the Vietnam War, presented; details given about what happened in an ambush of a convoy in Anbar province in Iraq. [Jackson's commander Lt. Col. Thomas GRAVES; in the hospital, Sgt. David SAPP- speak about Jackson.] [JACKSON - talks about doing his job, getting shot and the word "hero."]
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