US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) head Peter Neffenger expressed support for using third-party canines to inspect air cargo for explosives. TSA has been studying the idea of setting standards for non-government, third-party canine cargo screening at off-airport sites for at least five years. TSA currently only allows canine cargo inspections with agency-trained dogs at on-airport sites. Asked by representatives of the air cargo shipping industry about third-party canine ...

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