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Airport Security / Air Marshals #714582

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 18, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Washington: Patty Davis) The state of airport security at the time of the deadline for readiness featured. [Federal screener Raynu CLARK†- says she wants to stop another September 11.] [Homeland Security director Tom RIDGE - says more deadlines loom.] [Aviation Consumer Action Project Paul HUDSON†- says the urgency has been lost in fulfilling security mandates.] [Terrorism advisory panel chairman Jim GILMORE†, Transportation Security Administration Adm. James LOY†- raise the issue of non-passenger baggage.] The extent of classroom training for the screeners discussed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Yesterday's attempted hijacking on an El Al airliner noted.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The federal air marshals program featured; training shown. [Federal Air Marshals Service director Tom QUINN†- outlines the basic training for the marshals.] ["USA Today" Blake MORRISON†- outlines some problems for the air marshal programs.]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Davis, Patty
Duration:
00:06:20

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