9/11: The Exception Of Air Security Airports

188 Words1 Page
One might ask why when going to the airport, destined for a family vacation to Oahu, why TSA officers feel the need to harass seemingly innocent-looking patrons. Or dare not let one near a plane without verifying EVERYTHING, ( "Dogs or cats, Coke or Pepsi?"). But, when thinking back to one of the darkest days in American history, September 11th, 2001, all of this pre-flight questioning makes more sense. This article on the featured website of this post explains the 20 layers of TSA security airports enforce during aircraft travel. For example, "Behavior Detection Officers" or BDO's that investigate passengers who look suspicious. Another one is the use of canine dogs for possible explosive or other illegal substances. The article ventures on

More about 9/11: The Exception Of Air Security Airports

Open Document