The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) acknowledges that it needs to do a better job managing its canine detection program at domestic airports after a federal report highlighted lapses across the program. Passenger screening canines are trained to identify and track the odor of explosives on individuals, but some canine teams repeatedly failed to meet the TSA’s monthly training requirement for explosives detection proficiency over a period from May 2011 through April ...
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