Examining the Challenges of a Fallujah Assault U.S. military forces and Iraqi troops are massed outside of Fallujah. An expected assault on the insurgent controlled city could come any day. Hear NPR's Eric Westervelt.
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Examining the Challenges of a Fallujah Assault

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Examining the Challenges of a Fallujah Assault

Examining the Challenges of a Fallujah Assault

Examining the Challenges of a Fallujah Assault

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U.S. Marines training at a base near the city of Fallujah, Nov. 4, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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U.S. military forces and Iraqi troops are massed outside of Fallujah. An expected assault on the insurgent controlled city could come any day. Hear NPR's Eric Westervelt.