CHESTER HAS MOVED!: FLASH: CHESTER TO BE INTERVIEWED ON HUGH HEWITT SHOW, 6:40P CENTRAL

Monday, November 15, 2004

FLASH: CHESTER TO BE INTERVIEWED ON HUGH HEWITT SHOW, 6:40P CENTRAL

Tune in for another interview . . .

5 Comments:

Blogger USMC_Vet said...

For those about to ask how...


http://www2.krla870.com/listen/


Click on the big red "Listen Live to News Talk 870".


Cheers.

November 15, 2004 at 2:43 PM  
Blogger Toni said...

Oh that is great. I'm a fan of Hugh's show so I'll be listening.

November 15, 2004 at 2:48 PM  
Blogger Chief Dog Walker said...

Chester,

Fantastic interview. On the poor slob who made an international scene by getting caught on tape taking more care for his own safety than for the enemy's ...

I know a career Marine pilot who served as a FAC in the first gulf war ... he has told me of an incident in which a group of Iraqis approached his unit to surrender, but as they got close shots rang out and struck their Humvee. They felt they had no choice but to cut everybody down. For the record, I don't feel in any way that either of these Marines did anything wrong. Unfortunate, maybe, but understandable and unavoidable.

November 15, 2004 at 4:52 PM  
Blogger Doug said...

re:
http://www2.krla870.com/listen/

They also have each day's Hewitt show repeating for 24 hours. (occasionally stream is missing)

Just click on the "handsome" Hewitt Button.

November 15, 2004 at 6:03 PM  
Blogger John Koman said...

defense dept briefing from today. Assuming that you have not read it.

http://www.defenselink.mil/transcripts/2004/tr20041115-1602.html

some more positive quotes:

"In fact, I was over there just a few hours ago with young Marines that -- one of them had a bullet hole in his leg, and he said, "Hey, it didn't hit a bone, Colonel. Do you think I can go back?"
I said, "Well, I'll leave that to the doc."


"Of the 320 [US forces]that were wounded in [Fallujah], we have 134 that were returned to duty."

"Had another Marine that had a bullet hole in his arm. He says, "I'm going back. They'll just put some stitches in this." And the Iraqis feel the exact same way. Guys that have stitches, they know they can't stay on the battlefield because of infection, so they're only returned for just a few days."


"Right now we believe we're in the third phase of this operation. Third phase is really where we had to take the city, clear it of anti-coalition, anti-Iraqi forces, and we're well into the final stages of phase three"


plenty more there

thanks again for your work
I have read The Atlantic Monthly just to hear your response.

tag

November 15, 2004 at 6:21 PM  

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