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60 Minutes, The Pill (Gulf War Experimental Drug)
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produced by Liza McGuirk, fl. 1989, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1999), 12 mins
A pill given to soldiers during the Gulf War as an investigational drug against nerve gas began having dangerous side effects. Ed Bradley reports.
produced by Liza McGuirk, fl. 1989, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1999), 12 mins
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60 Minutes, The Death Of Capt. Odom
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produced by Tom Anderson, fl. 2001-2015, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1999), 12 mins
Captain Jennifer Odom, four other American soldiers and two Colombian airmen died during a mission in Colombia. Since then, Odom's family has been trying to find out what happened. Dan Rather reports for 60 Minutes II.
produced by Tom Anderson, fl. 2001-2015, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1999), 12 mins
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60 Minutes, Fox Company
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presented by Vicki Mabrey, 1956-; produced by Bill Owens, fl. 2004-2015, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2003), 13 mins
This segment of 60 Minutes is about Fox Company, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, in Iraq. Correspondent Scott Pelley and Producer Bill Owens were with Fox Company this week as the Marines fought for control of Umm Qasr, the critical Iraqi port on the Persian Gulf.
presented by Vicki Mabrey, 1956-; produced by Bill Owens, fl. 2004-2015, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2003), 13 mins
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60 Minutes, The Front Line
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produced by Cindy Babski, fl. 2001, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Lara Logan, 1971-, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2004), 13 mins
Correspondent Lara Logan goes directly to the frontlines of America's "War on Terror" –- not in Iraq but in Afghanistan, which is still one of the most dangerous places in the world for American troops.
produced by Cindy Babski, fl. 2001, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Lara Logan, 1971-, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2004), 13 mins
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60 Minutes, AWOL
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produced by Tom Anderson, fl. 2001-2015, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Dan Rather, 1931-, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2004), 14 mins
Staff Sgt. Camilo Mejia goes AWOL (absent without leave) after determining that the war he was fighting is morally wrong. A military tribunal responds. Dan Rather reports.
produced by Tom Anderson, fl. 2001-2015, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Dan Rather, 1931-, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2004), 14 mins
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60 Minutes, No Way Out
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produced by Mary Walsh, fl. 2008-2015, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by David Martin, 1915-1995, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2004), 11 mins
David Martin reports on the Pentagon's 'Stop Loss' policy, a policy designed to keep combat units together by preventing individual soldiers from leaving, even after they've served the terms of their enlistment.
produced by Mary Walsh, fl. 2008-2015, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by David Martin, 1915-1995, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2004), 11 mins
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60 Minutes, I Am A US Soldier
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produced by Wendy Krantz, fl. 2004 and Draggan Mihailovich, fl. 1994-2015, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Bob Simon, 1941-2015, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2004), 15 mins
Sean Baker, a National Guardsman, was working last year as a military policeman in the Guantanamo Bay prison when other MPs injured him during a training drill. Bob Simon reports.
produced by Wendy Krantz, fl. 2004 and Draggan Mihailovich, fl. 1994-2015, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Bob Simon, 1941-2015, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2004), 15 mins
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60 Minutes, The Case Of The Spy Ring
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produced by Richard Bonin, fl. 1993-2013, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Lesley Stahl, 1941-, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2004), 13 mins
The Case of the Spy Ring examines two soldiers who are accused of spying at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility. Lesley Stahl reports.
produced by Richard Bonin, fl. 1993-2013, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Lesley Stahl, 1941-, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2004), 13 mins
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60 Minutes, Addicted To Heroin
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produced by Leslie Cockburn, 1952-, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Steve Kroft, 1945-, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2005), 13 mins
For much of 2005 in Afghanistan 18,000 U.S. troops are still fighting and dying along the Pakistan border. The rest of Afghanistan appears relatively peaceful. But the country is facing another threat to its stability - its growing addiction to the production and trafficking of heroin, which is controlled by some...
produced by Leslie Cockburn, 1952-, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Steve Kroft, 1945-, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2005), 13 mins
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60 Minutes, The Court-Martial Of Willie Brand
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produced by Shawn Efran, fl. 2004-2016, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2006), 13 mins
A soldier convicted of maiming and assaulting an Afghan prisoner tells Scott Pelley that he was trained to do it. Was it torture or was he just following orders?
produced by Shawn Efran, fl. 2004-2016, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2006), 13 mins
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