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Monday, May 20, 1996 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | NEXT: Dominican Elections
1996-05-20

War Games

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Last month, a group of 14 U.S marines were killed in a nighttime training accident in North Carolina. While much of the media talked about the tragedy of these deaths, what went unnoticed and unreported is that these service members were taking part in what may be the most extensive WAR GAMES since the Korean War. What are the marines training for?

GUEST: PHYLLIS BENNIS.


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