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Mik: We All Lose a Legend

Jim Miklaszewski, one of the best reporters I've ever worked with, has finally retired as NBC's chief Pentagon correspondent thus giving me, once again, the opportunity to report on what I regard as his greatest story. On September 19, 1980, a nuclear tipped missile in Damascus, Arkansas had fallen on its side and reporters flocked to the scene. The Air Force refused to confirm or deny the presence of nuclear warheads and denied that the missile posed a threat to anyone or anything.
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