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Wednesday, March 26, 2003

Call For Reinforcements

David Martin reports American commanders are asking for reinforcements to protect the supply lines in southern Iraq that are under heavy attack by Saddam's Fedayeen.

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Paratroopers In N. Iraq

Allen Pizzey reports paratroopers of the 173rd Airborne Brigade, a rapid-response unit based in Italy, are on the ground in Northern Iraq for the first time since the war started.

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Supply Line Attacks

John Roberts, traveling with the Marines on the road to Baghdad, reports on an apparently determined enemy.

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Resupply Difficulties

The main goal of marines is to keep critical supply lines open against the hit and run attacks of Iraqis, John Roberts reports.

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Iraqi Regime Absolute

Dan Rather speaks to John Burns in Baghdad who says the Iraqi regime still appears to be in control.

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Weak War Economy

The market is volatile and consumers are edgy with the war, Anthony Mason reports on the weak economy.

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Inside Baghdad

The Early Show?s Harry Smith speaks with John Burns of the New York Times, one of the few western reporters still inside Baghdad.

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Camp Lejeune Coping With Loss

47,000 Marines lived in Camp Lejeune before being deployed for Iraq, the community expected some casualties in the war, but they didn't anticipate so much bad news in one day, Bobbi Harley reports.

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Storm Jeopardizing Visibility

U.S. navy forces supporting the ground assault hope for better weather as they brave their way through an unrelenting storm that has drastically reduced visibility, Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Wounded Flown To Ramstein Base

Allied soldiers wounded in Iraq have been flown to Ramstein Air Base in Germany, the best and largest American military hospital outside the U.S., Lara Logan reports.

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Road Ahead

CBS News? Joie Chen is at the Pentagon with the latest on the obstacles facing coalition troops as they push towards Baghdad.

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Weather Debilitating Troops

Colonel Kurt Potts of the 3rd Infantry Division talks with Harry Smith about how debilitating weather conditions have been affecting allied forces' operations in Iraq.

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Powell On Chemical Weapons Use

Sources report that Iraqis have been authorized to use chemical weapons once the battle of Baghdad is underway, Sec. of State Powell tells Lesley Stahl those reports are 'vague.'

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'Steel My Soldiers' Hearts'

Retired Army Col. David Hackworth, one of America's most highly decorated soldiers having served in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, talks about his latest book, 'Steel My Soldiers' Hearts.'

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Rep. Guards Moving South?

Intelligence sources report that a large convoy of Iraqi Republican Guards is headed south for the U.S. Marines, U.S. Central Command denies it, David Martin explains.

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Storm Ends, Bombing Begins

At least six huge explosions rocked Baghdad just hours after sandstorms died down and the wind abated, Chris Lawrence reports.

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High Cost Of War

The cost of war adds up to $10 billion in the first month and $8 billion every month after the initial attack with the high price of helicopters, fuel and hardware, Anthony Mason reports.

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Fighting To Hold An-Nasiriyah

The Marines may control a section of an-Nasiriyah and a critical bridge across the Euphrates River, but they are fighting hard to hang on, John Roberts reports.

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