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Aviation Security: 9/11 Anniversary Observations on TSAńˇ╗s Progress and Challenges in Strengthening Aviation Security: Congressional Testimony
Stephen M. Lord (au)
Statement of Stephen M. Lord, Dir., Homeland Security and Justice Issues, GAO. Securing commercial aviation operations remains a daunting task, with hundreds of airports, thousands of aircraft, and thousands of flights daily carrying millions of passengers and pieces of carry-on and checked baggage. The attempted terrorist bombing of Northwest flight 253 on Dec. 25, 2009, and the Oct. 2010 discovery of explosive devices in air cargo packages on an all-cargo aircraft bound for the U.S. from Yemen highlight the continuing need for effective passenger, cargo, and baggage screening. This statement discusses actions the Transportation Security Admin. (TSA) has taken to (1) validate the scientific basis of its behavior-based passenger screening program (the Screening of Passengers by Observation Techniques, or SPOT); (2) strengthen the security of inbound air cargo; (3) acquire checked baggage screening technology in accordance with established guidance; and (4) vet foreign nationals training at U.S. flight schools. This is a print on demand report.
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