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Philadelphia International Airport Achieves 2004 Security Objectives

Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) achieved two of its most significant 2004 security objectives in December. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), a division of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, convened a briefing on its annual assessment of the Airport’s security status, which was overwhelmingly positive. Prior to the assessment briefing, the TSA also completed its review and approval of PHL’s completely revised and updated Airport Security Program. The newly approved program meets or exceeds all post-9/11 standards and requirements, including many that were published for the first time earlier this year. Full Story

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