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Aviation Security: Actions Needed to Address Challenges and Potential Vulnerabilities Related to Securing Inbound Air Cargo
Stephen M. Lord (au)
In 2010, passenger flights transported 3.6 billion pounds of cargo into the U.S. from foreign locations. The introduction of explosive devices in air cargo shipments is a significant threat, and the DHS was mandated to establish a system to screen 100% of cargo transported on all passenger aircraft traveling to, from, or within the U.S. by Aug. 2010. Individuals identified as matches to the No Fly List are generally prohibited from boarding commercial aircraft because they pose a threat to civil aviation or national security. This report examined: (1) TSA actions taken since Oct. 2010 to enhance the security of inbound air cargo transported on both passenger aircraft and all-cargo carriers; and (2) any associated challenges TSA faces. Illus. A print on demand report.
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