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Airport Safety / Bomb Detection and Other Equipment #653562

NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 23, 2001
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Shellee Smith) The efforts to get bomb-detection machines into every airport and the shortcomings of current explosive detection technology examined; details given about new screening technologies. [Aviation consultant Mike BOYD - says the machines are "window dressing".] [Representative John MICA - says many airports have inadequate equipment.] [Hienergy Multidevices, Incorporated Dr. Bogdan MAGLICH - says a new machine can determine the chemical formula of anything.] [American Science and Engineering Ralph SHERIDAN - describes what the Bodysearch machine can do.]

Smith, Shellee;
Williams, Brian

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