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A year ago, as US-led forces entered and conquered Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, they were accompanied by "embedded" reporters. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Rick Atkinson, who covered the 101st Airborne Division for the Washington Post, talks about his experience.
- Rick Atkinson Author, "In The Company of Soldiers" (Henry Holt). He has won Pulitzer Prizes for his reporting and for his book "An Army At Dawn."
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