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The passing of Major Agustin Gonzalez

June 3, 2019

It is with heavy hearts that the CTC said goodbye to one of its own today. Major Agustin Gonzalez, Class of 2019 Downing Scholar, who had just graduated with a master’s degree from Duke University, lost his life in a car accident on the evening of May 25th while en...

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CDT Nick Cobos is the CTC’s Cadet of the Month for May 2019
Meet Cadet Nick Cobos, the CTC Cadet of the month for May 2019. The senior from Pinehurst, North Carolina, has...
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Cadets take part in FDNY Academy exercise
On April 23, Combating Terrorism Center Director Brian Dodwell, Director of Cadet Development Dr. Richard Yon, and Research Associate Seth...
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CTC teams with FDNY for 11th annual crisis simulation exercise
On 11 April, the FDNY and the Combating Terrorism Center teamed up for the 11th annual FDNY – CTC Crisis...
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CDT Hannah Wentland is the CTC’s Cadet of the Month for April 2019
Meet Cadet Hannah Wentland, the CTC Cadet of the Month for April 2019. Hailing from Meridian, Idaho, Hannah is the...
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CDT Austin Weiher is the CTC’s Cadet of the Month for March 2019
Meet Cadet Austin Weiher, the CTC Cadet of the month for March 2019. Austin is originally from Kenosha, Wisconsin, and...
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CDT Chance Mathias is the CTC’s Cadet of the Month for February 2019
Meet Cadet Chance Mathias, the CTC Cadet of the Month for February 2019. Chance claims Fayetteville, North Carolina, as his...
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CDT Alexander Orta is the CTC’s Cadet of the Month for January 2019
Meet Cadet Alexander Orta, the CTC Cadet of the month for January. Alexander is originally from Jacksonville, Florida, and is...
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New York Times article cites CTC Sentinel articles
A new New York Times article, written by Rukmini Callimachi, cites two CTC Sentinel pieces by longtime contributors Hassan Hassan and Michael...
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