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Topics and Guests for March 24:

9:03
U.S. officials confirmed that 12 soldiers were missing after Iraqi forces ambushed an army supply convoy around An Nasiriyah, a major crossing point over the Euphrates northwest of Basra. Relatives in New Mexico and Kansas identified two of the soldiers.
Scenes of interrogators questioning four men and a woman were broadcast by the Arab satellite station Al-Jazeera with footage from state-controlled Iraqi television. Each was interviewed individually.
Retired Air Force Col. Jeff Fox, Gulf War POW

9:10
A former Gulf War vet and current congressman reacts to the war with Iraq…
Congressman Jim Gibbons, R-Nev. and former Gulf War pilot

9:20-10:10
The U.S. military's northern front against Iraq appears to be building, with American planes landing in the Kurdish north and more airstrikes pounding positions of a militant Islamic group with alleged Al Qaeda and Baghdad ties.
Four U.S. planes carrying "scores" of American military personnel landed at the Bakrajo airstrip, 10 miles west of Sulaymaniyah, late Saturday, a high-level Kurdish official said on condition of anonymity. They joined Special Operations troops already in the region.
Retired Army Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely, U.S. Army

10:20
Problems in Northern Iraq: Will U.S. troops find themselves in skirmishes with the Turks? As a final act, will the Iraqis unleash weapons of mass destruction on the Kurds?
Amb. Marc Ginsberg, former ambassador to Morocco

10:35
The dangers of flying Special Operations into hostile territory.
Tom Wiese, former U.S. Army Special Operations pilot

11:10
Coalition forces continued their northward dash through Iraq Monday, coming to within 50 miles of Baghdad. Meanwhile, Saddam Hussein appeared on television, promising "victory is soon."
Sec. John H. Dalton, former secretary of the Navy

11:20
The Iraqi people: Were they waiting for the bombing to start?
Arnaud De Borchgrave, editor at large at UPI
Rev. Ken Joseph, assyrianchristians.com

11:35
The war in Iraq: We'll speak to the man who was charged by central command In 1998 to develop the 101st Airborne's assault plans on iraq. He reveals a surprising warplan, including surrounding Baghdad for 2 weeks forcing a regime change.
Retired Army Capt. Scott Custer, trained Elite 101st airborne on Urban Warfare and developed 101st airborne assault plan on Iraq

12:10
Coalition forces continued their northward dash through Iraq Monday, coming to within 50 miles of Baghdad. Meanwhile, Saddam Hussein appeared on television, promising "victory is soon."
Retired Army Lt. Col. Tim Eads, U.S. Army

12:35
Get a live update on the Iraqi refugee crisis from one of the coordinators of relief efforts in Jordan.
Zaki B. Khoury, regional coordinator International Rescue Committee

1:10-2:10
Military action in Iraq…
Retired Army Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney, U.S. Army

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change