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Gulf War Coverage--CBS--01/16/1991 #1004492

CBS Special for Wednesday, Jan 16, 1991

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  • Live CBS coverage and analysis of the now-underway Persian Gulf War.
  • Coverage includes the participation of anchor Dan Rather, correspondent Wyatt Andrews at the White House, Pentagon Correspondent David Martin, correspondent Bob Simon in Saudi Arabia, correspondent John Reade, correspondent Tom Fenton in Tel Aviv, correspondent Lucy Spiegel in Riyadh, and correspondent Richard Schlesinger in Norfolk, Virginia, the site of a large naval base.
  • Analysis is provided by General Michael Dugan (Ret.), Bob Schieffer, and General George Crist (Ret.).
  • Includes a statement from White House Press Secretary Marlin Fitzwater.
  • Reporter(s):
    Andrews, Wyatt;
    Martin, David;
    Schieffer, Bob;
    Simon, Bob;
    Reade, John;
    Fenton, Tom;
    Spiegel, Lucy;
    Schlesinger, Richard

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