Thursday, April 10, 2003

Local soldier on TV in Iraq

Tristate reacts to war

As U.S. forces rolled into downtown Baghdad to topple a huge statue of Saddam Hussein, a Cincinnati-area trooper was among those who were interviewed by network television.

Bartt Greene was among three soldiers appearing live on a hotel balcony at about 12:50 p.m. on ABC. While a fellow soldier, Jack Coughlin of Waltham, Mass., did most of the talking, Greene did respond to a question about whether he felt safer in Baghdad than in other parts of the country, because he wasn't wearing his helmet.

"I feel as safe as we felt any other night," Greene said.

Tim Bonfield

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