Rumsfeld Faces Tough Questions In Kuwait, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld takes questions from U.S. soldiers bound for Iraq. Spc. Thomas Wilson of the Tennessee Army National Guard asked the secretary why soldiers have to scrounge around in scrap piles to find material to armor their vehicles.
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Soldier's Question Puts Rumsfeld on Spot

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Soldier's Question Puts Rumsfeld on Spot

Soldier's Question Puts Rumsfeld on Spot

Soldier's Question Puts Rumsfeld on Spot

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In Kuwait, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld takes questions from U.S. soldiers bound for Iraq. Spc. Thomas Wilson of the Tennessee Army National Guard asked the secretary why soldiers have to scrounge around in scrap piles to find material to armor their vehicles. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and NPR's Michele Norris.