Topics and Guests for March 28

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Topics and Guests for March 28:

9 a.m. ET

What are public opinions of the war?
Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla.
Sen. Gordon smith, R-Ore.

Rules of war: What are the guidelines meant to keep civilian casualties down?
Scott Silliman, retired Air Force attorney during the 1991 Gulf War

10 a.m. ET

America's battle plan for Baghdad is taking shape, with U.S. forces now in position to strike the Iraqi capital from nearly all sides -- or to mount a siege and wait for Saddam Hussein's regime to fall to internal opposition.
Retired Army Major Gen. Don Edwards, U.S. Army.

The push toward Baghdad, how is the mission going?
Alex Vernon, former U.S. Army tank platoon leader and Gulf War veteran

Australia's top military representative is in Washington… He speaks to FOX about his country's contribution on the front lines, and the overall battle.
Maj. Gen. Simon Willis, Australia's defense attaché

11 a.m. ET

Get the update on the air war in Baghdad...
Retired Air Force Col. Jeff O'Leary, U.S. Airforce

The war in Iraq has been fought with an unprecedented degree of precision and an emphasis on avoiding collateral damage that could hurt the Iraqi people.
Retired Air Force Col. Walter Boyne, Air Force pilot

12 p.m. ET

What is the public opinion on the war?
Sen. Craig Thomas, R-Wyo.

What is the role of Navy forces in Baghdad?
Retired Navy Admiral Henry Mauz, U.S. Navy

1 p.m. ET

Allied forces carried out a massive bombing campaign on Baghdad early Friday, smashing telecommunications structures in the Iraqi capital in an attempt to cut off Saddam Hussein from his military and civilians.
Retired Navy SEAL Martin Strong, U.S. Navy SEAL

2 p.m. ET

Retired Air Force Major General Burton Moore, former director of Central Command in Desert Storm, weighs in with the latest on the war with Iraq

Many in the Arab world hate American culture—reacting to that Ambassador Dennis Ross, former special Middle East coordinator…

Does the Pentagon always tell the truth? Bill Kristol editor of The Weekly Standard with that answer and more.

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change