The simulation gives students an opportunity to gain experience in high-intensity situations involving legal, ethical, and moral dilemmas. Participants engage in an 8-hour exercise that simulates multiple terrorism-related scenarios in the US and abroad while assuming critical decision making roles.
The 2009 simulation has expanded compared to 2007 both in complexity and the number of dilemmas students are asked to address and resolve. By introducing conflicting intelligence reports, press conferences and uncooperative allies the dilemmas of the decision maker are substantially increased.
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