May 01, 2008 — Fifteen months after the Pentagon faced a scandal over living conditions at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, a new controversy has erupted. Earlier this week, a video surfaced on the YouTube. It showed a squalid barracks at the Fort Bragg Army base in North Carolina. The video was posted by a soldier's father and it sparked a nation-wide review of Army housing conditions. Officials at Fort Drum, near Watertown, say they don't have unsafe barracks like those at Fort Bragg. But as Brian Mann reports, hundreds of soldiers are still living in conditions described as substandard.