26 November 2007

Discussion Concerning a GAO Report About Airport Security Vulnerabilities.

During a 2007 audit of airport security procedures, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) investigators sucessfully passed through TSA checkpoints with components for a number of improvised explosive devices. In this interview from November 15, 2007 on Minnesota Public Radio, Dr. Todd Curtis of AirSafe.com and Dr. Randolph Hall of USC discussed the security implications of these findings.

For more information about the show, or about how to subscribe using iTunes, visit the podcast page at AirSafe.com. You can also download the episode directly at http://www.airsafe.com/podcasts/show24.mp3.

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