Description: NEWSFEED 5/6/03, GW BUSH, JERRY BREMMER, USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN, NAVY TROOPS COME HOME, CROWD WELCOMES TROOPS, SHORT TORNADO ; INT George Bush Talking Head T/H speech BG 'Jobs Growth' ;President Bush leaves podium, shakes hands with people with black woman, Aerial around aircraft carrier returning home ; EXT Troops return home families with signs BG carrier, Aerial aircraft carrier w/banner Mission Accomplished, Aerial welcome crowd ; Aerial WS carrier in dock harbor, aerial naval soldiers officers around carrier, ground WS Naval homecoming; WS crowded homecoming on dock with families BG carrier with soldiers, Naval soldiers come onto platform close to dock ;Petty Officers wave to crowd, naval officers celebrate ontop of carrier wave to camera and family from lip of aircraft carrier ; P-L across top of carrier with navy guys standing around waiting at lip of deck, WS naval families wait for loved ones ;Z-I Petty officers on carrier deck FG flag balloons, Naval officers and petty officers MS on lip of carrier ; Naval officer takes picture of welcome home reception, female naval officer waves to family, petty officer on cell phone ;Z-O WS Aircraft Carrier home coming crowd on dock, P-L MS crowd welcomes troops home, crowd cheering signs flags pro-american ;P-R WS Troop homecoming FG families BG carrier with naval personnel on board, INT George Bush in White House speaks to reporters ;INT Jerry Bremer Presidential Envoy to Iraq, Bush and Bremmer together sitting in White House office, Z-I Bush talks to reporters ; EXT Aircraft Carrier homecoming FG welcoming committee BG carrier, some naval officers meet the crowd, Navy walks across bridge ; Nerdy officer hugs mom camera crew follows closely, Navy couples together, L/S Navy Man w/ Navy Baby ; Aerial young men walking in reef ocean with speedos on walk into woods, CBS 4 talkinghead in baseball stadium, Tornado Warning Bugs ; Doppler radar Channel 5 bug,tornado blows through small town much of it is bugged, Doppler radar bug, tornado bug, split screen ;
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