Weirick introduces the final episode of a multi-episode series on the reporting on the Marine Corps and the betrayal of Major Fred Galvin and his Marines. In this episode Weirick is joined by Congressman Walter B. Jones (R-NC) who has introduced legislation, H.R. 21, to clear the names of Major Galvin and his Marines.
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The Marine: Major Fred Galvin, USMC (Ret.)
The Reporter: Andrew deGrandpre, Senior Editor and Pentagon Chief
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The Member of Congress: Representative Walter B. Jones, Third Congressional District of North Carolina
H. Res. 21 - Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives regarding the firefight that occurred on March 4, 2007, between members of the United States Marine Corps and enemy forces in Bati Kot District, Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan.
Host: James W. Weirick
Editing and Mixing:
Hannah McCarthy: @hmccarthyNHPR
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