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US Navy / Women on Submarines #971874

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 29, 2010
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Atlantic Ocean: Ann Curry) Congressional approval of the Navy’s decision to allow women to serve on submarines examined; scenes shown from on board the USS Maryland nuclear sub; details given about the social challenge. [Navy R/Adm. Barry BRUNER†- says it’s the right thing to do for the Navy.] [Submariner Jonathan SEABORG†- comments on the bond among the men.] [Submariner Lt. Jeremy SMELTZ†- says it will be a significant change to our way of life.] [SUBMARINER – says a woman could do his job.]

Williams, Brian;
Curry, Ann

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