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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 31, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Iraq: Walter Rodgers) The role of the Army's 3rd Squadron, 7th Cavalry, in the war in Iraq reviewed; scenes shown of the vehicles bound for Baghdad in the desert; excerpt shown of the telephone exchange between a tank commander & his wife & of reports of the tanks under fire. [In interview, senior international correspondent RODGERS - recalls what he was thinking about while rolling across the desert with modern invaders; describes the excitement of reporting the war live from a war zone; remembers 7th Tank Commander Capt. Clay Lyle; comments on the embedding process, how the soldiers viewed him, the reporter, being with them & being under fire.]

Brown, Aaron;
Rodgers, Walter

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