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Anti-War Protest / Air Force #92

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 15, 1968
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(Studio) Air Force rule bans military personnel from wearing uniform at demonstration against United States military policy. GIs for peace group holds anti-war meeting and some wear uniforms.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(San Diego, California) Airman 1st class Michael Locks puts on uniform to lead protest. He's reservist who was called up when "Pueblo" captured; son of retired Air Force Colonel [LOCKS - says certain things one must do as United States citizen.] Air Force forbids interviews at Hamilton AFB. Peace parade organizers tell marchers not to wear uniform. Wear white caps to identify selves as GIs, reservists and vets. Small number in uniform. March shown; massed before City Hall. [LOCKS - reads order forbidding uniform wearing. No greater cause than peace to wear uniform for.]
REPORTER: John Coleman

(Studio) No set penalty for violators. Base commander refused comment. Locks due to report back at 11:59 p.m.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Coleman, John;
Reynolds, Frank

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