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NPR's Mary Ann Akers reports on the FAA's ongoing training of federal air marshals. At one training site in Atlantic City, law enforcement officers borrowed from other agencies are learning how to react to situations like the ones that occurred on planes Sept. 11. But the FAA is also looking for new recruits, willing to fly anywhere at a moment's notice.

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