Installing state-of-the-art bomb detection equipment could significantly increase airport security, but even today's most advanced systems have limited capabilities, are expensive and would require three to five years to deploy on a national scale. Many see technology as ultimately the best hope for staying one step ahead of terrorists. But without systems capable of performing noninvasive inspections of passengers and checked and carry-on baggage, delays at airports will escalate. ...

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