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Iraq / Troop Rotation Plan / Fallujah #741291

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 06, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: Jamie McIntyre) The Pentagon's plans for troop rotation for the second year of occupation in Iraq examined; details given about three Army National Guard brigades built around more nimble vehicles & the estimates of Iraqi peace forces. [Secretary of Defense Donald RUMSFELD - says we are bringing in appropriate forces.] [Joint Staff operation director Lt. Gen. Norton SCHWARTZ†- points out we are at war.] [Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Richard MYERS†- comments on Iraqi security forces.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The death of another soldier in Iraq with the 82nd Airborne noted.

(Baghdad & Fallujah: Ben Wedeman) CNN exclusive report on the dangerous duty for the 82nd Airborne, Bravo Co., in Fallujah featured; scenes shown of a meeting between the soldiers & local leaders & of troops on patrol; details given of the Iraq view on what the coalition forces should & should not do. [Army Capt. Ryan HUSTON†- speaks on the mission.] [During night patrol, SOLDIER - talks about the job.] The capture of two former generals from the old regime noted.

Brown, Aaron;
McIntyre, Jamie;
Wedeman, Ben

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