Kennette Benedict appears on NBC’s TODAY Show

By | May 6, 2008

This morning, Tuesday, May 6, 2008, Bulletin Publisher and Executive Director Kennette Benedict appeared on NBC’s TODAY Show in a report about the U.S. nuclear arsenal and intercontinental ballistic missiles.

This morning, Tuesday, May 6, 2008, Bulletin Publisher and Executive Director Kennette Benedict appeared on NBC's TODAY Show in a report about the U.S. nuclear arsenal and intercontinental ballistic missiles. Full video of the segment can be viewed here.

The segment also featured interviews with missileers at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana along with clips from Benedict's interview, which was taped at the Bulletin's Chicago offices on April 29.

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