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The Moral Dilemmas of Combat

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The Moral Dilemmas of Combat

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The Moral Dilemmas of Combat

The Moral Dilemmas of Combat

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Combat situations create moral and ethical dilemmas for the servicemen and servicewomen involved in the action. NPR's Brian Naylor talks with Martin Cook, an ethics professor at the U.S. Air Force Academy, and one of Cook's former students, Col. John Peabody.

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