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Iraq War Coverage #984298

FNC Special for Thursday, Apr 03, 2003

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  • Live Fox News coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq.
  • Analysis includes the participation of anchor Shepard Smith, Correspondent Bret Baier at the Pentagon, Correspondent Colin Brazier (SKYNews) at Saddam International Airport in Baghdad, Correspondents Rick Leventhal and Greg Kelly in Baghdad, Correspondent Oliver North in Iraq, FOX Military Analyst Maj. Joel Wolfson (Ret.) of the US Army, and Captain Dick Couch (Ret.), a former Navy Seal and author.
  • Includes a brief interview with US Army Col. David Perkins in Iraq.
  • Includes live video from Washington and Baghdad.
  • Reporter(s):
    Baier, Bret;
    Brazier, Colin;
    Leventhal, Rick;
    Kelly, Greg;
    North, Oliver

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