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The Real 24:00: One Day in the Life (Iraq) #883268

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jan 21, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) A four-part special series on some of the important issues facing the country re-introduced.

(With Battle Co., in Baghdad: Martha Raddatz) 24 hours for the US military in Iraq and the families at home presented; scenes shown from a small combat outpost in West Rashid for the 28th Infantry, regiment Battle Co., where a mission is prepared and carried out and of two military spouses back home in the US raising the kids. [Company commander Capt. Brian DUCOTE†, squad leader S/Sgt. Nick KOLOWICH†- comment on the military operation.] [At Ft. Riley, Kansas, wife Nikki KOLOWICH†- comments on her thinking and three kids.] [On the phone, KOLOWICHES - talk to each other.] [Spouse Gina DUCOTE†- feeds her son; comments on communication with her husband.]

Reporter(s):
Gibson, Charles;
Raddatz, Martha
Duration:
00:06:30

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