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Afghanistan War / US Troops / Thanksgiving #986588

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 25, 2010
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) The death of a coalition soldier in Afghanistan reported; NATO death toll for this year cited; photo shown of President Obama phoning Thanksgiving wishes to servicemembers in Afghanistan and Iraq. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan: Mandy Clark) Thanksgiving for US troops in Afghanistan featured; scenes shown of the 10k Turkey Trot race, a parade with pilgrims and penguins carrying guns, Ambassador Karl Eikenberry addressing troops and visiting the wounded, troops having dinner. [Lt. Col. Patrick KIRBY†, Pfc. Robert MOLONEY†, wounded SOLDIER, 2 SOLDIERS - comment.] [EIKENBERRY - thanks troops for their service.]

Glor, Jeff;
Clark, Mandy

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