Iraq War Coverage #873007
CNN Special for Monday, Mar 24, 2003
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Live CNN coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq.
Coverage includes the participation of anchors Aaron Brown and Heidi Collins,
correspondent Jason Bellini, embedded with the Marine Expeditionary Unit,
and correspondent Ryan Chilcote, embedded with the 101st Airborne Division.
Analysis includes further participation by Jim Dwyer, a journalist with the New York Times, CNN military analyst General Wesley Clark (Ret.), Mackubin Thomas Owens, of the US Naval War College, and CNN security analyst Kelly McCann.
Features a live interview between Aaron Brown and the parents of Donald Walters, a prisoner of war in Iraq .
Includes brief taped segments by Brian Cabbell on the families of prisoners of war, by David Mattingly on those affected by an attack on Marines by a US soldier, by Vincent Laforet, on life aboard an aircraft carrier, and by Frank Buckley on the logistics of the "shock and awe" campaign.
- Cabbell, Brian;
- Bellini, Jason;
- Mattingly, David;
- Chilcote, Ryan
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