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Iraq War / Supply Lines #724998

NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 28, 2003
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Kuwait City: Brian Williams) The relentless attacks on US supply convoys, hindering the forward progress of US forces, featured; scenes shown of the 300-mile long supply line. ["New York Times" reporter Dexter FILKINS†- says the Iraqi resistance recognizes the vulnerability of the convoys.]

(With the 3rd Infantry Division: David Bloom) The stall in the advance of the 3rd Infantry Division as they wait for vital supplies featured; details given about the fuel & ammunition required for battling the Republican Guard. [US Army PFC Charles MONTGOMERY†, Spec. Katie DUFFY†- comment on the supply shortage.] [US Army Capt. Josh WRIGHT‡- says this mission will get done.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Williams, Brian;
Bloom, David

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