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Shows featuring Michael Hoffman

  • Quagmire in Iraq: U.S. Casualties Up To 11,700 Firing4
    Although the number of U.S. soldiers wounded in Iraq is rarely mentioned, previous estimates in the media have ranged between 2,000-3,000. The Pentagon now says that in the first year of war in Iraq, the military made over 18,000 medical evacuations–representing 11,700 casualties. We speak UPI’s Mark Benjamin who has been closely following the hidden U.S. casualties from the Iraq...
    April 02, 2004 | Story