CNN exclusive: What's left of Al-Asad air base after Iran missile attack - CNN Video

Tuesday, January 14th 2020, 2:14:20 pm
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CNN's Arwa Damon was the first journalist to access Al-Asad US military base in Anbar province, Iraq, following an Iranian ballistic missile attack. Soldiers recounted their actions during the attack and shared their feelings of trauma in the aftermath.

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