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Bosnia / Peace Mission / NATO Analysis #400814

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 20, 1995
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Interview held with CNN military analyst retired Army General Marvin Covault. [NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) commander General Leighton SMITH - talks about the military's job in Bosnia.] [COVAULT - explains the differences between the United Nations and NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) forces in Bosnia, including the rules of engagement by a "classic military organization"; explains the organization and integration in the theater operation and the uncertainty of compliance; analyzes the transition from United Nations to NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) and the hopes of Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman John Shalikashvili about the United States military and its capabilities; outlines the timetable for United States operations.]

Reporter(s):
Woodruff, Judy
Duration:
00:07:10

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