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Inside Story (Iraq: Convoy Attacks) #752978

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 14, 2004
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(Washington: Dan Rather) The recent attacks on truckers carrying supplies for US troops in Iraq noted.

(New York: Jim Acosta) The hazards for drivers of military supply convoys featured; photos shown of Pvt. Matt Maupin† & Sgt. Elmer Krause†, who are unaccounted for after an ambush on their convoy; details given of the Army’s new strategy to make convoy personnel battle-ready. [Krause’s friend Barry CHILTON†- comments.] [ John PIKE†- says everyone is vulnerable to an attack.] [US Army training Lt. Gen. Dennis CAVIN†- says we’re training these soldiers how to react to these ambushes.]

Rather, Dan;
Acosta, Jim

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