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Eye On America (2001: The Year We Changed: Air Security) Part III #652502

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 26, 2001
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bob Orr) Changes in airline security since the September 11 attack on America featured; scenes shown of new screening equipment designs; details given of the steep price for tighter security. [Federal Aviation Administration Tech Center Tom CHAMBERLAIN - says passengers could walk through a vacuum tube.] [George Washington University Aviation Institute Darryl JENKINS - says fewer planes will be flying and fares will rise.] [Former Federal Aviation Administration security chief Cathal FLYNN - says the increased screening will be a huge job.] [Representative John MICA - says increased air security will cost 15 billion.]

Orr, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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