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Iraq: 5 Years Later: Where Things Stand (National Guard) Part III #888183

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 18, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The ABC special series on the war in Iraq re-introduced.

(Decatur and Bloomfield, Indiana: Chris Bury) The tours of duty in Iraq by the people of the Indiana National Guard featured; family photos and video from Iraq shown. [Near Decatur, Stan and Tommy STOPPENHAGEN‡- express concern over all three sons serving in Iraq.] [In Iraq, Zach, Josh and Jake STOPPENHAGEN‡- comment on joining.] [76th Infantry Brigade commander Col. Corey CARR†- talks about the war.] [Mother Lola ROBERTS, daughter Sgt. Samantha FALK‡- comment on the experience.] [In Bloomfield, Christie BLADEN‡- talks about support.]

Gibson, Charles;
Bury, Chris

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