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Gulf War Coverage -- CNN -- 02/04/1991 -- Monday #661230

CNN Special for Monday, Feb 04, 1991

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  • Reporters: Mary Anne Loughlin / Bob Cain / Al Hinman / Jan Hopkins / John Sweeney / Tom Mintier / Peter Arnett / Larry LaMotte / Flip Spiceland / Mark Austin / Greg LaMotte
  • Live discussion re: policies in the Middle East
  • Interviews: Linda Chavez / David Sadd / Michael Lerner
  • Taped Segments: Allied air war / Multiple Launch Rocket System / effects of Allied bombing of Iraq / Camp Lejeune / Bahrain asks for assistance with Persian Gulf oil spills / 82nd Airborne
  • Coverage and updates re: the Persian Gulf war, sincluding bombs found near Norfolk Naval Air Station, bus attacked in Saudi Arabia, US citizens urged to leave Jordan, Iran proposes peace initiative.
  • Live footage of interviews with Michael Lerner, David Sadd, and Linda Chavez.
  • Taped footage of interviews and statements from Maj. Gen. Robert Johnston, Air Vice Marshall W.J. Wratten, Lt. Col. Michael Maples, Sgt. Tim Rowe, Sgt. Michael Pollard, Spec. Dwain Schumacher, Dr. Sami George, PFC Matt Neithercut, Sgt. Georgia Tapscott, Mara Pachuta, J.J. Wooten, Sgt. Christopher West, Thelma Puckett, Renita White, Roy Ormand, Terry Warren, Bahrain Minister of Health Jawad al-Arayed, Spec. Eugene Godfrey, Sgt. Esworth Charles, Sgt. Richard White, CWO Glen Dubose, and Maj. Mark Siemer.

  • Reporter(s):
    Arnett, Peter;
    Austin, Mark;
    LaMotte, Greg;
    LaMotte, Larry;
    Mintier, Tom;
    Sweeney, John;
    Hattori, James;
    Hopkins, Jan;
    Spiceland, Flip

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