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Air Marshals, Agents to Cooperate

Secret Service Offers Better Communication. The U.S. Secret Service said yesterday it would provide details of its agents’ travel plans to the Federal Air Marshal Service so that undercover marshals can avoid flights where armed agents are already on board. Air marshals and other armed federal law enforcement agents often are booked on the same flights and don’t realize it until arrival at the airport in preflight briefing with the crew, which must be made aware of their presence. The air marshal service has long wanted to eliminate the duplication of armed agents on planes so it can cover the broadest number of flights that might be at risk, officials said. Full Story

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