Airport security garners more attention globally while U.S. reconsiders best ways to provide it
Changes are coming to airport security checkpoints around the world in 2008. In the U.S., because of evolving terrorist threats, congressional frustration with airport screeners’ performance and improvements in technology, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) plans to acquire and deploy equipment that can screen bottles for explosives and provide more revealing images of what airline passengers are carrying on their persons and in their bags. While some European airports ...
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