The former co-anchor of "World News" will tell the story of his ordeal through interviews with the ABC News team that was with him during the roadside explosion, soldiers with them on the patrol, and the medical teams that treated him, the Daily Variety reported Tuesday.
"To Iraq and Back: Bob Woodruff Reports" will air in prime-time on Feb. 27 on ABC.
Woodruff will return to the Bethesda Naval Hospital, for the first time since he spent six weeks there, as part of the one-hour special.
Woodruff was preparing to do a report just outside of Baghdad when the convoy was attacked by bombers.
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