Troops Take Precautions for Possible Chemical Attacks U.S. officials warn that Iraq may unleash chemical or biological weapons as U.S. and British troops close in on Baghdad. But some experts say it will be difficult for Iraq to launch a chemical attack with any accuracy, as U.S. troops are well protected by early detection systems, special clothing and intense training. Hear NPR's Jon Hamilton.
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Troops Take Precautions for Possible Chemical Attacks

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Troops Take Precautions for Possible Chemical Attacks

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Troops Take Precautions for Possible Chemical Attacks

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U.S. officials warn that Iraq may unleash chemical or biological weapons as U.S. and British troops close in on Baghdad. But some experts say it will be difficult for Iraq to launch a chemical attack with any accuracy, as U.S. troops are well protected by early detection systems, special clothing and intense training. Hear NPR's Jon Hamilton.