Air War Seen as Short, Precise U.S. military planners foresee a much shorter and more intense air assault on Iraq than the six-week-long bombardment in 1991. And they'll strive for precision. This time, the Pentagon expects U.S. ground forces to enter Iraq after just a few days of bombing. NPR's Steve Inskeep reports.
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Air War Seen as Short, Precise

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Air War Seen as Short, Precise

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Air War Seen as Short, Precise

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U.S. military planners foresee a much shorter and more intense air assault on Iraq than the six-week-long bombardment in 1991. And they'll strive for precision. This time, the Pentagon expects U.S. ground forces to enter Iraq after just a few days of bombing. NPR's Steve Inskeep reports.

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