US President Barack Obama yesterday announced that he will nominate retired Army Maj. Gen. Robert Harding to head the Transportation Security Administration. Harding most recently served as CEO of Harding Security Associates, an intelligence and defense consultancy he founded in 2003 and sold last year. He spent 33 years in the Army before retiring in 2001 and from 1996-2000 was the Defense Intelligence Agency's director of operations. "I am confident that Bob's talent and expertise will ...

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