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West Point Curriculum Adjusts to Terror Threat

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West Point Curriculum Adjusts to Terror Threat

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West Point Curriculum Adjusts to Terror Threat

West Point Curriculum Adjusts to Terror Threat

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This weekend marks two years since the U.S. invasion of Iraq. As part of NPR's series The Span of War, NPR's Robert Smith looks at how the curriculum has changed at West Point since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks and the war in Iraq. There's greater emphasis now on counter-terrorism.

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