Gulf War Coverage -- NBC -- 01/17/1991 -- Thursday #1004493
NBC Special for Thursday, Jan 17, 1991
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Live NBC coverage and analysis of "America at War" on Today, re: the Persian Gulf War.
Coverage includes the participation of anchors Bryant Gumbel and Deborah Norville, correspondent Mike Boettcher in Saudi Arabia, correspondent Katie Couric, White House Correspondent Jim Miklaszewski, correspondent Martin Fletcher in Tel Aviv, correspondent Mike Jensen on Wall Street, and correspondent Tom Aspell in Baghdad.
Analysis includes the participation of Mideast analysts Robin Wright and George Joffe, Colonel David Hackworth (Ret.), and analyst Colonel Harry Summers.
This hour includes a discussion with Senator Sam Nunn (D-GA) and Senator Richard Lugar (R-IN), as well as interviews with former Secretary of the Navy, Admiral John Lehman, and Vitaly Churkin, the spokesman for the Soviet Foreign Ministry.
- Aspell, Tom;
- Boettcher, Mike;
- Couric, Katie;
- Fletcher, Martin;
- Jensen, Mike;
- Miklaszewski, Jim
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