Flight crew are calling on the TSA and Dept. of Homeland Security to revise their “enhanced security screening” procedures requiring all persons to be subject to screening by intimate pat-down searches or advanced imaging technology machines now in place at many US airports (ATW Daily News, Oct. 4). In a statement, the Air Line Pilots Assn. said these were the “latest changes in a long line of ever-increasing security measures that have frustrated and burdened airline ...

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