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November 22, 2010

Recent aviation security posts

Filed under: Aviation Security — by Philip J. Palin on November 22, 2010

Several thousand new readers accessed HLSWatch on Sunday. You are clearly interested in TSA-related information. Following are several recent HLSWatch posts by a range of writers. You can view the entire aviation security archives by selecting the term from among the categories to the immediate right.

If you touch my junk, I’ll have you arrested by Dee Walker

The perfect citizen by S. Francis Thorn

Why did the land of the free and the home of the brave chicken out? by Christopher Bellavita

Binary explosivesby Mark Chubb

The Operation was a failure, but the patient lived by Christopher Bellavita

The week (year?) in aviation by Jessica Herrera-Flanigan

Vulnerability to various viruses and other poisonous ooze by Philip J. Palin

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2 Comments »

Comment by William R. Cumming

November 22, 2010 @ 8:06 am

Given the interests in placing bombs on aircraft, the screening process, and the holiday travel season arriving, those blog posts should have a wide following. Having read them all what interests me is the few conclusions as to solutions that I am able to draw. Perhaps the posters have more solutions in mind that might help the problem.

In all truthfullness, transportation security is lower on the tier for me as to what troubles homeland security the most but again perhaps the intersection of the public and the governmental system is and should be a very high priority. But if so why is so little time and effort expended by TSA and DHS on explaining exactly why its systems and processes are the way they are, what flexibility they have or don’t have based on the technology available, what choices are inherent in their choice of technology, and are they listening or just reacting by closing down to all the recent interest and complaints?

Comment by John Ribbler

November 23, 2010 @ 1:16 pm

Here’s the opinion of Stephen Whitten who is the expert on Interactive Security Technology: “Techno-physiology can stop terrorists NOW!” http://ow.ly/3eo4I

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