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Profile: Danny Hernandez

 
  

Positions that Danny Hernandez has held:

  • Navy spokesperson


 

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March 22, 2003      US Military

       CNN and the Sydney Morning Herald report that the US used napalm to destroy an Iraqi intelligence gathering operation on top of Safwan Hill in southern Iraq. A source tells reporter Lindsay Murdoch that US Navy aircraft dropped 40,000 pounds of explosives and napalm (see 1942). However, a US Navy spokesman in Washington, Lieutenant Commander Danny Hernandez, denies that napalm was used in the attack. Hernandez claims that it isn't even in the military's arsenal. [Sydney Morning Herald, 3/22/2003; CNN, 3/21/2003] It is later learned (see August 2003) that the actual weapons were Mark 77 Firebombs, an incendiary weapon that has virtually the same effect as napalm.
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