Tonight, a former marine sniper and author of Jarhead : A Marine's Chronicle of the Gulf War and Other Battles, Anthony Swofford.
Jon begins tonight with a bit of Iraq War controversy as a movie production company changed a movie poster showing Amanda Bynes giving the peace sign.
"Networks of the Battle Stars" continues with Geraldo Rivera giving away U.S. troop positions by drawing lines in the sand and has been asked to leave Iraq. Stephen Colbert reports live from Iraq on the Geraldo story in a segment called "Cry Me A Rivera".
Finally, Mo Rocca reports on the highlights of the month of April in a segment called "Mark Your Calender".
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