Gold Star families open up about grief 18 years after 9/11

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Published on 12 Sep 2019, 2:08
More than 2,400 Americans have given their lives since the U.S. first invaded Afghanistan. That's nearly the number that died on 9/11. In an emotional interview, "CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell sat down with some relatives of the fallen, and with combat survivors of the Battle of Wanat.

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