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USC’s Institute for Creative Technologies has won a second five-year grant from the Army worth $100 million to continue its work using Hollywood talent and technology for military training.

The institute most recently delivered an Internet game to help soldiers train for urban warfare in Iraq that it developed with Warner Bros., as well as a videogame to help military decisionmaking that it produced with Paramount.

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