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Tragedy in Beirut: Updates #881833

NBC Special for Sunday, Oct 23, 1983

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  • NBC News Update re: Re: Marine, French Barracks Bombed In Beirut
  • Anchored by Tom Brokaw, with reports by David Kazinski, Nancy Fernandez, John Dancy, Jim Bitterman, Marvin Kalb
  • Footage of press statement by Larry Speakes, soldiers leaving to replace wounded in Beirut
  • Interviews with various Marines, Lt Col Edwin Kelley, Major General Al Gray, Lance Corporal Rick Crudell, Mary Crudell, Heidi Crudell, Rep Thomas P O'Neill, Senator Joe Biden, Senator Ernest Hollings, Senator Charles Mathias, Senator Charles Percy
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