Iraq War Coverage #984302
FNC Special for Sunday, Apr 06, 2003
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Live Fox News coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq.
Analysis includes the participation of
anchors Julian Phillips, Mike Jerrick, Kiran Chetry, and Juliet Huddy,
Correspondent Bob Sellers,
Correspondents Stuart Ramsay (SKYNews), Oliver North, and Maya Zumwalt in Iraq,
Correspondent David Miller at Central Command Headquarters in Doha, Qatar,
Correspondent Greg Palkot in Amman, Jordan,
and White House Correspondent Molly Henneberg and Pentagon Correspondent Major Garrett in Washington.
Includes further participation by military analysts Captain Chuck Nash (Ret.) of the US Navy and Colonel David Hunt (Ret.) of the US Army, as well as a taped statement by Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, the Central Command Deputy Director of Operations.
Includes live video from Washington, Amman, Doha, and Baghdad.
- Sellers, Bob;
- Miller, David;
- Ramsay, Stuart;
- North, Oliver;
- Palkot, Greg;
- Zumwalt, Maya;
- Henneberg, Molly;
- Garrett, Major
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