Guerrilla War in Iraq

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Commander Gen. John Abizaid has described the current situation in Iraq as a "classical guerilla-type campaign." Guest host Lynn Neary talks with two retired Army officers about what that means for coalition troops.

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Gen. Montgomery Meigs
*Served in Vietnam, Desert Storm and peace keeping in Bosnia
*Commanded the NATO effort in Bosnia (Stabilization Force)
*Visiting Prof at LBJ school of Public Policy at University of Texas in Austin
*Visiting professor at the Bush School of Government Service at Texas A&M University

Col. Robert Killebrew
*Retired Army Colonel

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