Deadly Day For CBS: Summary

By Brian 

Dozier Arrives In USA; Will Undergo Care At National Naval Medical Center

Dozier Enters Phase 2 — “To Start Remolding Her Life, Fixing Her Legs, Fixing Her Spirit…”

Dozier Departs Landstuhl

“How Much Easier It Is To Comprehend The Risks That Soldiers & Journalists Take…”

CBS Kept Staffers (& The Public) Very Well Informed About Dozier’s Condition

Dozier Coming To The U.S. Tomorrow

“We Are Going To Have Some Lingering Psychological Effects From This Conflict”

“This War Changes You”

Dozier “Doing Well, All Things Considered”

Dozier Could Return To The U.S. Sunday

Doctors Begin Repairing Dozier’s Legs

DOD ID’s Soldier Killed Alongside CBSers

Dozier Is Breathing On Her Own

Soldier Gives Dozier His Purple Heart

Dozier “Has A Very Tough & Long Road Ahead Of Her,” But McManus Is Encouraged

“To Their Families, & To Our Friends Paul & James, Welcome Home”

Family, Friends, Colleagues Attend Ceremony In London To Receive The Bodies Of Paul Douglas & James Brolan

Dozier Now Less Heavily Sedated

Dozier Responded To Family & Boyfriend

Dozier’s Family Arrives In Landstuhl; She Remains In Critical But Stable Condition

“Is This Worth The Costs?”

Recognizing The “Professionalism & Bravery Of CBS’ Female Correspondents”

Couric To CBS: Coverage “Almost Unseemly” In Wake Of Iraq Bombing

“She Looked Pretty Good, Given Everything That She Has Been Through”

Dozier’s Pulse Stopped In Baghdad: “She’s Lucky She Got Here When She Did”

NBC’s Williams Reflects On CBS Staffers

Dozier Is “Resting Comfortably;” Will Remain At Landstuhl For Several Days

Paul Douglas Was The First Black Journalist Killed In Iraq

Rather On Doomed CBS Crew: ‘They Proved Their Mettle and Professionalism’

“It’s Really Too Early” To Speculate On Dozier’s Recovery

“We All Fear That This Day Will Come”

Deadly Day For CBS News: Morning Papers

Dozier Arrives At Landstuhl

Dozier Was “Determined To Go Back To Baghdad & See The Story Through”

McManus: Dozier “Lived For This Story”

Doctors Remove Shrapnel From Dozier’s Head; “The Serious Injuries Are To Her Lower Body”

Dozier’s Relatives Head To Germany

Pizzey’s Reflection: “For Journalists Who Cover Wars, Luck Is Like A Blind Trust Fund…”

Deadly Day For CBS News: Notes & Quotes

McGinnis: “The CBS News Family Lost Two Gems Today”

James Brolan Family Statement

Explosion Occurred In East Baghdad, About One Mile From Green Zone

Bob Woodruff’s Thoughts

CBS Cameraman Paul Douglas, Soundman James Brolan Killed In Iraq; Kimberly Dozier In Critical Condition

“A Devastating Loss For CBS News”

CBS Correspondent Kimberly Dozier In Critical Condition After Baghdad Attack

CBS Crew Was Embedded With 4th Infantry Division; Convoy Hit Roadside Bomb

Flashback: “I Know You’re Going To Go Anyway, So Stay Safe”