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March 17, 2006

Al Roker tapes a segment after exiting the DEA's smoke-house, which is used to simulate a Clandestine Meth Lab.
Al Roker tapes a segment after exiting the DEA's smoke-house, which is used to simulate a Clandestine Meth Lab.

Al Roker Investigates the Meth Epidemic

Al Roker, weatherman and feature reporter for NBC News' Today, recently visited the DEA Training Academy in Quantico, Va. where he got a closer look at how the DEA is training its agents to fight the nation's meth epidemic. The Al Roker Investigates program, featuring his visit to Quantico, aired on Monday, March 20th at 11 p.m. EST/PST on Court TV.

Al Roker speaks with DEA training supervisors during a break from taping for the upcoming show on Meth in America.   Al Roker gets help donning his protective gear from a DEA official prior to entering the smoke-house.
Al Roker speaks with DEA training supervisors during a break from taping for the upcoming show on Meth in America.   Al Roker gets help donning his protective gear from a DEA official prior to entering the smoke-house.
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