TSA names federal security director at Juneau International Airport

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National Press Release
Friday, August 27, 2004

WASHINGTON – The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) named Raymond Culbreth as Federal Security Director (FSD) for Juneau International Airport.

"Raymond will provide exceptional leadership for TSA in Juneau," said Rear Adm. David M. Stone, USN (Ret.), Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for TSA. "He is a skilled and experienced professional who will be on the front lines carrying out TSA's mission against terrorism."

Culbreth has been an Assistant Federal Security Director for screening since joining TSA in August 2003 and the Acting FSD for Juneau International since April 2004.

Previously, Culbreth spent more than 21 years in law enforcement, retiring from the Alaska State Troopers in September 2002. As a trooper, he served communities throughout Alaska, including stations in Fairbanks, Nome, Palmer and Juneau. His final duty station was in Juneau where he was the Statewide Drug Unit Coordinator for Southeast Alaska and the Juneau Post Supervisor.

The position of federal security director was created by the Aviation and Transportation Security Act signed by President Bush on November 19, 2001.