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Iraq War / Casualties Milestone / The Fallen #888501

ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 24, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The milestone of 4,000 US casualties in the war in Iraq featured; scenes shown of the site of the latest fatal IED bombing. [Two SOLDIERS, President BUSH - react to the news.] [In ABC News interview, Vice President Dick CHENEY - talks about those in uniform.] Photo shown of Bush meeting with his national security team about withdrawing more troops; troop level statistics cited.

(Studio: Charles Gibson) The stories of the troops behind the casualty numbers reviewed; names of those who died recently in Iraq listed; photos shown of Army medic David Stelmat†, Army Sgt. Michael Elledge† and Army Spc. Christopher Simpson†; details given about the late Marc Golczynski† and his son, Christian. [Son and brother Chris and Jon GOLCZYNSKI†- comment on Marc.]

Gibson, Charles;
Karl, Jonathan

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