War Plan Adjustments U.S.-led forces are in "operational pause" outside Baghdad, waiting for supplies and fending off attacks from Iraqi fighters. The level of Iraqi resistance has commanders reconsidering the initial war plan. The result could be a slower advance on the Iraqi capital. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and NPR's Tom Gjelten.
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Adjustments Being Made to U.S. War Plan

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Adjustments Being Made to U.S. War Plan

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Adjustments Being Made to U.S. War Plan

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U.S.-led forces are in "operational pause" outside Baghdad, waiting for supplies and fending off attacks from Iraqi fighters. The level of Iraqi resistance has commanders reconsidering the initial war plan. The result could be a slower advance on the Iraqi capital. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and NPR's Tom Gjelten.