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The Surgical strike : misinformation concerning the U.S. war against Iraq / Eugene Carroll ; interviewed by Dennis Bernstein.

Program Title:
The Surgical strike : misinformation concerning the U.S. war against Iraq / Eugene Carroll ; interviewed by Dennis Bernstein.
PRA Archive #: 
AZ0923
Description: 

Retired Admiral Eugene Carroll provides an evaluation of the allied air war against Iraq during the Gulf War, 1990-1991. He explains that only 1 of 12 "smart" bombs actually hit there target, but Americans never see the 11 misses. The objective is to his military targets, but there is little real concern during war for distinguishing between military and civilian targets. The misinformation results from paid consultants who are pro-establishment. He also discusses environmental terrorism. He also defines a surgical strike, and daisy bombs, and concludes with an evaluation of potential war crimes committed by the allies.|THE SURGICAL STRIKE : MISINFORMATION CONCERNING THE U.S. WAR AGAINST IRAQ / Eugene Carrol| interviewed by Dennis Bernstein. - Retired Admiral Eugene Carrol provides an evaluation of the allied air war against Iraq during the Gulf War, 1990-1991. He explains that only 1 of 12 "smart" bombs actually hit there targer, but Americans never see the 11 misses. The objective is to hit military targets, but there is little real concern during war for distinguishing between military and civilian targets. The misinformation results from paid consultatns who are pro-establishment. He also discusses environmental terrorism. He also defines a surgical strike, and daisy bombs, and concludes with an evaluation of potential war crimes committed by the allies. RECORDED: early 1991.

Station: 
Date Recorded on: 
1991.
Date Broadcast on: 
-0-
Item duration: 
1 reel (25 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|24:30
Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1991.
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