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Wednesday, March 12, 2003

Patriot Missile Failure

The new PAC-3 Patriot missiles are ready and waiting for a possible war against Iraq. But how good are they? Dan Rather reports.

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U.S. Troops Ready And Waiting

Jim Axelrod reports from Kuwait, the main launching point for a possible war with Iraq, where he spent time with one of the Army?s first ground units to advance should war begin.

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Defense Sec. Talks Diplomacy

The Early Show called upon diplomacy expert and former Secretary of Defense William Cohen to give insight on U.S. military strategy and the U.S.'s struggle to secure a new resolution.

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British Support Now Wavering?

Defense Sec. Rumsfeld questioned Britain?s ability to commit its promised number of troops to aid a U.S.-led attack on Iraq, though Britain denied wavering its support, Bill Plante reports.

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Dangerous Military Simulators

Vince Gonzales reports on a paper trail that shows the Army was aware that its military simulators were dangerous for soldiers.

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Britain Bails Out?

The U.S.'s closest ally in the Iraq campaign, Britain, may back on out on the war effort as Tony Blair bends to mounting pressure at home.

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Blair?s Home Support Wavers

Poll results suggest 19 percent of Britons would support Tony Blair, the U.S.'s closest ally in the push for Iraqi disarmament, in a move toward war without U.N. approval, Richard Roth reports.

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