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Annual Report to Congress on Civil Aviation Security

By Transportation Security Administration

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Book Id: WPLBN0000696107
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Title: Annual Report to Congress on Civil Aviation Security  
Author: Transportation Security Administration
Volume:
Language: English
Subject: Economics, Transportation, Transportation--Security measures
Collections: Transportation Security Administration Publications
Historic
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Publisher: The Transportation Security Administration

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Government Reference Publication

Excerpt
Executive Summary: The year 1995 was one of many terrorist attacks, but for civil aviation it should be recorded as a year of disasters averted. Catastrophic events in the United States, France, Japan, Saudi Arabia, and other countries caused great concern to authorities responsible for protecting the public against all forms of aggression.

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY..................................................................................... 3 INTRODUCTION................................................................................................... 4 THREATS AND CRIMINAL ACTS.................................................................... 5 CRIMINAL ACTS AGAINST COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT .........................................................................5 U.S. AIRPORT SECURITY...................................................................................................................5 SUMMARY OF PROGRAMS............................................................................... 7 CIVIL AVIATION SECURITY LIAISON OFFICER (CASLO)...................................................................7 FEDERAL AIR MARSHAL (FAM).......................................................................................................7 FEDERAL SECURITY MANAGER (FSM) .............................................................................................7 PRINCIPAL SECURITY INSPECTOR (PSI).............................................................................................7 CANINE EXPLOSIVES DETECTION......................................................................................................9 COMPLIANCE AND ENFORCEMENT (C&E).........................................................................................9 SCREENING CHECKPOINT TESTING..................................................................................................10 EXPLOSIVES DETECTION SYSTEM (EDS)........................................................................................12 CONTAINER HARDENING.................................................................................................................12 HUMAN FACTORS...........................................................................................................................12 FOREIGN AIR CARRIER (FAC) SECURITY........................................................................................13 FOREIGN AIRPORT ASSESSMENT .....................................................................................................13 AVIATION SECURITY TRAINING.......................................................................................................15 UNIVERSAL ACCESS SYSTEM (UAS)...............................................................................................15 INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION (ICAO) .............................................................16 EUROPEAN CIVIL AVIATION CONFERENCE (ECAC)........................................................................16 ACCOMPLISHMENTS....................................................................................... 17 EXPLOSIVES DETECTION SYSTEM....................................................................................................17 TRACE DETECTION PROTOCOL........................................................................................................17 UNESCORTED ACCESS PRIVILEGE RULE..........................................................................................17 NEW TEST OBJECTS ........................................................................................................................17 AVIATION SECURITY TRAINING.......................................................................................................17 ASIA-PACIFIC SITUATION................................................................................................................18 COMPUTER-ASSISTED PASSENGER SCREENING PROGRAM (CAPS).................................................18 DRUG INTERDICTION......................................................................................................................18 CONCLUSION...................................................................................................... 19 SIGNIFICANT EVENTS FOR 1995 .................................................................. 20

 

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