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Inside the Military's NorthCom

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Inside the Military's NorthCom

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Inside the Military's NorthCom

Inside the Military's NorthCom

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NPR's Jeff Brady tours the secret facilities of the U.S. Northern Command — or NorthCom. Housed at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado, NorthCom was created after Sept. 11 to analyze intelligence and predict terrorist threats.

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