Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:

FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)

The Pentagon says the main fight in Iraq is finished. What's next for our troops on the ground? Retired U.S. Army Maj. Dana Dillon, senior policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation, weighs in.

With the major battles won, the military changes gears from winning the war to winning the peace. We'll examine this part of the mission with FNC military analyst, retired U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Burton Moore.

Plus, the military operation is winding down in Iraq, but we still face some emotional risks. FNC contributor Dr. Georgia Witkin, best-selling author and the director of the stress program at Mount Sinai Medical Center, joins the debate.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

With Saddam Hussein and his soldiers gone, our troops take on a new role: keepers of the peace. Togo West Jr., former secretary of the Army, offers insight.

Is Saddam still alive? If so, are he and his deputies hiding out in Syria? We'll ask Rep. Robert Simmons, R-Conn., former CIA agent, retired U.S. Army colonel and member of the Armed Services Committee.

How is the Arab world reacting to the fall of Saddam and the birth of democracy in Iraq? We'll be joined by Imran Anwar, journalist and Middle East analyst.

Two key player of Saddam's nuclear and chemical team have surrendered to coalition forces. Will they spill the beans on hidden weapons of mass destruction in Iraq? Chris Cobb-Smith, former U.N. weapons inspector, weighs in.

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