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Iraq War Coverage #984300

FNC Special for Friday, Apr 04, 2003

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  • Live Fox News coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq.
  • Analysis includes the participation of anchors David Asman, Bridget Quinn, and Catherine Herridge, Correspondents Rick Leventhal, Chris Jumpelt, and Greg Kelly, in Baghdad, Correspondent Mike Tobin at Central Command Headquarters in Doha, Qatar, Simon Marks in Amman, Jordan, Correspondent Jamie Nelson aboard the USS Truman, Pentagon Correspondent Kelly Wright, Correspondent Maya Zumwalt in Iraq and Rita Cosby, in Palestine, West Virginia, the hometown of former POW Jessica Lynch.
  • Includes further participation by Van Hipp, the former Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army and CEO of American Defense International, former Army Ranger Steve Anderson, military analysts Peter Johnson and Captain David Christian (Ret.) of the US Army, and Major Mike Kitchens, US Army Spokesman at Central Command in Doha, Qatar.
  • Includes live video from Washington, Amman, Doha, Palestine, WV, and Baghdad.
  • Reporter(s):
    Tobin, Mike;
    Leventhal, Rick;
    Nelson, Jamie;
    Jumpelt, Chris;
    Wright, Kelly;
    Kelly, Greg;
    Zumwalt, Maya;
    Marks, Simon;
    Cosby, Rita

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