Iraq War Coverage #981365
FNC Special for Friday, Mar 21, 2003
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Live Fox News coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq.
Analysis includes the participation of anchor Neil Cavuto, Correspondent William La Jeunesse in Kuwait City, Correspondent James Forlong aboard the USS Kitty Hawk, Correspondent Chris Kline in Northern Iraq, White House Correspondent Wendell Goler, Carlos Van Meek with the Royal Air Force, Correspondent Jamie Nelson aboard the USS Truman, Major Garrett at the Pentagon, Maj. General Paul Vallely (Ret) of the US Army, Donald Trump, Senator George Allen (R-VA), Congressman Roy Blunt (R-MO), Correspondent Steve Centanni, Fox Military analyst Captain David Christian, Senior Business Correspondents Brenda Buttner and Terry Keenan, Washington Correspondent Carl Cameron.
Includes live video from Kuwait City, Washington, and Baghdad.
- La Jeunesse, William;
- Cameron, Carl;
- Forlong, James;
- Kline, Chris;
- Goler, Wendell;
- Centanni, Steve;
- Van Meek, Carlos;
- Nelson, Jamie;
- Garrett, Major
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