Iraq War Coverage #886123
CNN Special for Wednesday, Apr 02, 2003
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Live CNN coverage of the US military assault into Iraq
Coverage includes the participation of anchors Heidi Collins, Judy Woodruff, and, in Kuwait City, Wolf Blitzer, correspondent Walter Rodgers, embedded with the 7th Cavalry, correspondent Karl Penhaul, embedded with the Army, V Corps 11th Attack Helicopter Regiment, Senior Pentagon Correspondent Jamie McIntyre, Military Correspondent Miles O'Brien, Senior Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler, covering the war and the economy from the New York Stock Exchange, ITV News Correspondent Tim Ewart, correspondent Brent Sadler, correspondent Gary Tuchman, Senior White House Correspondent John King, International Business Correspondent Richard Quest, and Candy Crowley.
Statements and analysis are provided by Vice Director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Major General Stanley McChrystal, CNN military analyst Colonel Pat Lang (Ret.), Senator Joe Biden (D-DE), and CNN analyst Jeff Greenfield.
This hour features taped video footage of the rescue of POW Jessica Lynch, with footage of her brother, Greg Lynch Jr., and Sen. Robert Byrd (D-WV), as well as taped video footage of Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, of US Central Command, and former Senator Robert Dole (R-KS). Additionally, there is live video footage of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld taking questions from reporters.
- Rodgers, Walter;
- Penhaul, Karl;
- McIntyre, Jamie;
- O'Brien, Miles;
- Schaffler, Rhonda;
- Ewart, Tim;
- Sadler, Brent;
- Tuchman, Gary;
- King, John;
- Quest, Richard;
- Crowley, Candy
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