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Topics and Guests for March 27:

9 a.m. ET

Good weather and the opening of the northern front is allowing coalition troops to advance on Baghdad from three directions. Will the battle of Baghdad soon be at hand? We'll ask retired U.S. Army Green Beret Maj. Bob Bevelacqua, FNC military analyst.

10 a.m. ET

How soon can we expect our troops to confront Saddam Hussein's Republican Guard? Retired U.S. Navy Capt. Chuck Nash, FNC military analyst, weighs in.

How has the use of precision-guided munitions impacted the war with Iraq? We'll ask John Pike, director of Globalsecurity.org.

What intelligence led to the "decapitation strike" on Saddam's top regime members at the outset of the conflict? Retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Claudia J. Kennedy, former deputy chief of staff for Army Intelligence, joins us.

11 a.m. ET

We're closing in on Baghdad from all directions. We'll assess the latest action in Iraq with FOX News Military Analyst, former Army Captain David Christian.

12 p.m. ET

What lies ahead for coalition forces when the Battle for Baghdad gets underway? Former Army Special Ops Lt. Col. Tim Eads is now one of our FOX News Military Analysts. He'll share his insight with us.

1 p.m. ET

For more on Operation Iraqi Freedom we'll discuss the day's developments in Iraq with FOX News Military Analyst and Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney.

Plus, we'll look at the political ramifications of the war here at home with former New York Republican Senator Al D'Amato.

Also, we'll have another view of the air power that will be needed in the Battle for Baghdad when retired U.S. Air Force Col. Mike Turner joins us.

2 a.m. ET

Coalition troops were bulking up their forces on three sides of Baghdad Thursday after U.S. paratroopers were airlifted into northern Iraq, where they began setting up a northern front. Allied commanders said clear weather after two days of vicious sandstorms would allow them to intensify their attacks on Iraqi forces. Major Airforce General Burton Moore on the march toward Baghdad...

Iraqi families who have relatives in America paint a bleak picture of what it's like to be living in Saddam Hussein's grip. Iraqi exiles, now U.S. citizens, talk to their families in Iraq by phone. Their relatives tell horrific stories of the situation in Basra, saying their loved ones want an uprising but they remain afraid of Saddam's regime. Zainab Al-Suwaij, executive director at the American-Islamic Congress weighs in.

Operation: Iraqi Freedom
Sen. John Warner, R-Va.

The air war: The difference between the U.S. and Arab media
Ambassador Marc Ginsberg, former ambassador to Morocco

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change