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Afghanistan War / Troop Surge / Impact #954057

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 03, 2009
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(Washington: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Logar province: Martha Raddatz) A look to see whether a surge of US troops in Afghanistan can make a difference presented; scenes shown of US military outposts & from an Afghan village where business surged after security improved. [4th Battalion, 3rd brigade, 10th Mountain Div., Lt. Col. Make GABEL†- says patrols & engagement kept insurgents out of the village.] [Political adviser Matt SHERMAN†- links villager vibrancy & troop presence.] [4th Battalion, 3rd brigade, 10th Mountain Div., commander Col. David HAIGHT†- talks about turning the corner.]

Gibson, Charles;
Raddatz, Martha

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