Urban Warfare

Members of the Bush Administration and many military leaders have expressed confidence in the country's capability to fight a war with Iraq. But some in the military caution that the United States armed forces would be in a far less favorable position should they engage in block-to-block fighting in Iraqi urban centers. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports. (5:58)
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