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Baltimore/Washington International Airport Gets Explosives Trace Detection Portal

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced that Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) will be the eighth airport to receive a new explosives detection trace portal to screen passengers at the Pier D security checkpoint, starting today. The equipment is part of the Phase II pilot program to test and evaluate the trace portal for screening passengers for explosives. “TSA is delivering on its promise to leverage state-of-the-art equipment to prevent explosives from getting on-board aircraft,” said James Fuller, TSA Chief of Staff. “This is part of TSA’s pledge to provide the traveling public the highest levels of security and customer service.” Full Story

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