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Iraq Invasion of Kuwait / Blockade / United States Troops #334177

CBS Evening News for Friday, Aug 10, 1990
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(Studio: Ed Bradley) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: David Martin) Impending western naval blockade of Iraqi oil shipments reported; scenes shown of fighter planes, from carrier Independence, patrolling area, Australian frigates joining multinational force and United States troops leaving Fort Bragg, North Carolina. [President BUSH - comments.] [President Brian MULRONEY - says Canada will send aid.] [24th Infantry Division Major General Barry McCAFFREY - asks for prayers.] [Military analyst retired General George CRIST - explains Operation "Desert Shield."]

Bradley, Ed;
Martin, David

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