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'War on Terror' Exhibit

The FBI’s fight against terrorism is the subject of a new addition to a popular museum exhibit in the nation’s capital.

“War on Terror: The FBI’s New Focus,” opened at a museum in Washington, D.C. The new installment, part of the larger exhibit “G-Men and Journalists: Top News Stories of the FBI’s First Century,” contains 60 artifacts from the 9/11 investigation and other well-known terror plots.
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In the 10 years since 9/11, the Bureau has transformed itself from an organization that uses intelligence to one that is defined by it. Details

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A management tool for keeping 56 field offices and FBI leadership on the same page can help save time, money, and lives. Details


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- Intelligence in Action: On the Job With the Director's Briefer
- The Path to Terror: Jihadists of Georgia
- Terror Plot Foiled: Inside the Smadi Case
- Playing With Fire: Dangers of Improvised Explosives | Video
- Campus Public Safety: Our Post-9/11 Role

- To Track a Threat: Inside Our Internet Tip Line
- From Mumbai to Somalia: The Changing Landscape of Terror
- A SIOC Milestone: Ten Years of Protecting the Nation
- Protecting America: National Joint Terrorism Task Force
- Using Intelligence Against Eco-Terrorists
- On the Southwest Border: Importance of Intelligence

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How We've Changed
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- Just the Facts: Overview of a Changed Organization
- Investigative Accomplishments: Terrorism | More
- Telling the Story
- Reference Materials

 

Inside the Investigation
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- Response and Recovery
- By The Numbers
- The Flights
- FBI Heroes

 

The Day Everything Changed
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