Blog Posts for 04 2014
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Travelers around the country are moving through airports with greater ease as a result of TSA Pre✓®, the expedited screening program that allows pre-approved travelers to leave on their shoes, light outerwear and beltsand k
TSA Week in Review - 45 Loaded Firearms, Concealed Firearms on Three Passengers, Inert WWI Artillery Shells, and More
Concealed Firearms (L-R) CVG & SAT Concealed Firearms- Normally when our officers discover firearms, they’re inside carry-on bags. This week, three loaded firearms were discovered on the passenger.
When traveling with portable oxygen, the first thing travelers should do is contact their airline. Not all airlines allow the use of portable oxygen concentrators, so that’s a very important first step.
If you are being treated for diabetes or some other medical condition and have concerns about TSA’s screening process, please contact the TSA Cares Helpline.