Iraq War Coverage #869904
CNN Special for Sunday, Mar 23, 2003
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Live CNN coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq.
Coverage includes the participation of anchors Wolf Blitzer and Lou Dobbs,
Pentagon Correspondent Jamie McIntyre,
correspondent Ryan Chilcote, embedded with the 101st Airborne Division,
correspondent Andrea Koppel at the State Department, discussing reports that Russians had been selling military equipment to Iraq,
correspondent Kyra Phillips, aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln,
correspondent Frank Buckley, aboard the USS Constellation,
correspondent Gary Tuchman, embedded with the US Air Force, interviewing recently returned bombers.
Analysis includes further participation by CNN military analysts Brigadier General David Grange (Ret.) and General Don Shepperd (Ret.), and former Ambassador Joe Wilson.
Features a taped segment from British reporter David Bowden.
Includes brief taped statements from a press conference at Central Command in Qatar and President George W. Bush.
- McIntyre, Jamie;
- Bowden, David;
- Koppel Andrea;
- Buckley, Frank;
- Tuchman, Gary
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