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(Studio) President Reagan reported attending Fort Campbell, Kentucky, memorial service Monday for victims of Newfoundland plane crash.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson
(Fort Campbell, Kentucky) l0lst Airborne mbrs.' fears over condition of private planes chartered by military to transport them examined; Soldier Jeffrey Scott Kee's concerns cited as example [Voice of KEE - fears flying on plane due to its condition.] [Fiance Trace WALKER - recalls Kee's concerns about return flight.] [Mrs. Donnie HUMPHREY - notes Kee's fears.] [Christine MANION - feels most troops were afraid to complain to their superiors due to affect on their careers.] [Reverend John David LAIDA - eulogizes victims.]
REPORTER: Joe Spencer
(Gander, Newfoundland) Reaction here to crash featured; scenes shown. [Reverend James REID - notes community's sense of loss.] Town's relationship with aviation explained. [Ruben PLOUGHMAN, Jean VERVILLE, Dave BRETT - discuss disaster.] [Investigator Peter BOAG - cites lack of conclusions yet.]
REPORTER: Stone Phillips
- Donaldson, Sam;
- Phillips, Stone;
- Spencer, Joe
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