NYC Ramps Up Terrorism Watch Military planes stand by to patrol the skies over New York City, should war with Iraq begin. The city also re-assigns 1,000 police officers to its counter-terrorism effort, called "Operation Atlas." NPR's Robert Smith reports.
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Military planes stand by to patrol the skies over New York City, should war with Iraq begin. The city also re-assigns 1,000 police officers to its counter-terrorism effort, called "Operation Atlas." NPR's Robert Smith reports.