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Iraq War Coverage #984483

FNC Special for Tuesday, Apr 08, 2003

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  • Live Fox News coverage and analysis of the US military assault into Iraq.
  • Analysis includes the participation of anchors Bridget Quinn, Patti Ann Browne, Eric Shawn, and David Asman, Correspondents Greg Kelly and in Iraq, Correspondent Jennifer Eccleston in Jordan, Correspondent in Doha, Qatar, Correspondents Adam Housely and Geraldo Rivera in Kuwait City, Kuwait, Correspondent Jeff Goldblatt in Dearborn, Michigan, White House Correspondent Molly Henneberg, and Pentagon Correspondent Major Garrett.
  • Includes further participation by Foreign Research Institute Senior Fellow and former marine Chris Sieple and Fox Military Analyst Air Force General Tom McInerney (Ret.). Also included are interviews with Lieutenant Colonel Fred Swan, the bomber weapons director, Congressman Jack Kingston (R-GA), member of the House Appropriations Committee, and Captain Chris Watcher, of the US Air Force, who dropped bombs on a compound where Saddam Hussein supposedly was staying.
  • Features live video from Washington, Kuwait City, Dearborn, and Baghdad.
  • Reporter(s):
    Housely, Adam;
    Henneberg, Molly ;
    Rivera, Geraldo;
    Goldblatt, Jeff ;
    Kelly, Greg;
    Garrett, Major;
    Eccleston, Jennifer

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