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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Review given of today's battle that might be the last of the war.
(Pentagon: Bob Zelnick) Tank battle between allies and Iraq's Revolutionary Guard featured; scenes and map shown.
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Saudi Arabia: Bill Redeker) Second tank battle around the airport at Kuwait City, Kuwait, featured; scenes shown of night battle and of mopping up operations the next day. [United States Marine Corps Major General Mike MYATT - describes battle conditions.] Allied casualties in battle along western Kuwait border reviewed. [British company COMMANDER - talks to his troops.] [United States Marine Corps Lieutenant General Walt BOOMER - says Iraqi troops' hearts were not in battle.] Estimates of Iraqi prisoners of war given; scenes shown of their surrendering. [First Marine Division Colonel John ADMIRE - says Iraqi artillery was shooting at its own people.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) United States casualty figures outlined on screen. US commander General H. Norman Schwarzkopf said summing up Iraqi casualties as "large."
- Jennings, Peter;
- Redeker, Bill;
- Zelnick, Bob
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