Iraq War Coverage #981588
FNC Special for Saturday, Mar 29, 2003
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Live Fox News coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq.
Analysis includes the participation of Correspondent Simon Marks in Amman, Jordan, Correspondent Steve Centanni in Kuwait, Correspondent James Rosen at the White House, Correspondent Rebecca Gomez, Maj. General Bob Scales (Ret) of the US Army, Correspondent Chris Kline in Iraq, Correspondent Bret Baier, National Security Consultant Daniel Byman, Fox News Producer Maya Zumwalt, embedded with the 82nd Airborne Division, Correspondent Greg Kelly in Iraq, and Correspondent Rick Leventhal.
Includes a taped segment by Anita Vogel, featuring the contributions of Iraqi expatriates in the War in Iraq.
Includes a taped statement by Major General Stanley McChrystal at the Pentagon and a statement by White House Spokesman Ari Fleischer.
Includes live video from Washington, Kuwait City, Amman, and Baghdad.
- Marks, Simon;
- Centanni, Steve;
- Zumwalt, Maya;
- Rosen, James;
- Kelly, Greg;
- Kline, Chris;
- Baier, Bret;
- Leventhal, Rick
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