Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:

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

Can coalition forces bring law and order back to the turbulent city of Fallujah? We’ll ask James Dunnigan, military analyst and editor-in-chief for StrategyPage.com.

Can new technology that can “sniff out" terrorists and keep the homeland safe? We’ll get insight from Bill Mawer, president of Smiths Detection.

Plus, Bill Hillsman, author of “Run the Other Way,” says November's presidential election won't be decided by the Democrats, or the Republicans. Who'll cast the crucial vote? We’ll ask him.

"FOX & Friends" (7 a.m. ET)

Operation "Vigilant Resolve" is in full force in the fight to stabilize Iraq. How dangerous is this mission and what's our military's next move? Retired U.S. Army Maj. Bob Bevelacqua, Fox News military analyst, joins the debate.

Can Fallujah be pacified? Retired U.S. Army Col. David Hunt, Fox News military analyst, weighs in.

As baseball season gets underway, we’ll get some lessons from one of baseball’s most famous families, Cal Ripken, Jr. and his brother Bill, co-authors of "Play Baseball the Ripken Way."

We’ll celebrate the 40th anniversary of “The Pink Panter” with the one and only, Robert Wagner.

The oil for food program in Iraq sounded like a good idea at the time. But did it turn into "oil for palaces" instead? We’ll ask Andrew Apostolou, director of research at the foundation for the Defense of Democracies.

Plus, we’ll have the latest castoff from the “Survivor” All-Star edition, Jerri Manthey.

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