NPS Establishes Central Portal for Combating Terrorism Information Exchange
Stein, Amanda D.
Naval Postgraduate School Public Affairs Office
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Each day, around the world, the Combating Terrorism Fellowship Program (CTFP) provides U.S. and international officers with innovative training and education in combating terrorism. Tens of thousands of security personnel from more than 140 nations have participated in CTFP classes and seminars offered by nearly a dozen institutions. But how can the program continue to keep graduates consistently at the top of their game?
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