Jay Fawcett and Senator Max Cleland
March 18th, 2006 marks the 3rd anniversary of the Iraq War.
With over 2312 troops killed, nearly 17,000 wounded, and the cost of the war projected at over one trillion dollars, the question is no longer should we have gone to war in Iraq, but what do we do now.
Joining Progress Radio to discuss this question are two distinguished combat veterans.
Senator Max Cleland served his country in Vietnam and came home a decorated war veteran. He also lost both lets and his right arm. Senator Cleland served as the head of the Veteran's Administration under President Carter and recently was a member of the 9/11 Commission.
Also joining us is retired Lt. Col Jay Fawcett. Jay is a veteran of the first Gulf War. He is also a graduate of the Air Force Academy and served a distinguished 20 year career in the military.
Please take the time to listen to this two men discuss their experiences in war and their ideas for what we should do in Iraq.
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