It's "Embarrassing" that U.S. Suffered So Few Casualties

Rich Noyes | March 12, 1992
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Commenting a year after the end of the first Persian Gulf War, NBC's John Chancellor was distressed by a Greenpeace report that claimed 198,000 Iraqis died vs. a couple of hundred American soldiers. "The disparity is huge and somewhat embarrassing," Chancellor huffed, as if the U.S. should apologize for tactics that kept their soldiers mostly safe.