Tag: aviation

Bomb-Sniffing Dog Eebbers Voted TSA’s ‘2022 Cutest Canine’

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced that Eebbers, an 11-year-old explosive detection canine who works at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) in St. Paul, Minnesota, was voted the winner of TSA’s 2022 Cutest Canine Contest. TSA recently held a nationwide social media contest on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook and encouraged members of the public to vote for the agency’s […]

National Labs Create Tech to Help Speed Up Airport Security

Imagine moving through airport security without having to take off your shoes or belt or getting pulled aside while your flight boards—while keeping all the precautions that ensure the safety of passengers and flight crews. This is the challenge tackled by a team including researchers from Sandia National Laboratories—a challenge that led to development of […]

TSA Adds 3-D Scanners at N.Y. Airports to Better Detect Explosives

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently installed “state-of-the-art” computed tomography (CT) checkpoint scanners at several airports throughout New York state. According to the government agency, the 3-D technology provides critical explosives detection capabilities while requiring fewer bag checks. TSA installed the new CT scanners at Massena (MSS), Watertown (ART), Ogdensburg (OGS), Plattsburg (PBG), and Ithaca […]

How Authorities Are Tackling Security for Super Bowl LVI

Before Super Bowl LVI kicks off on Sunday, Feb. 13, a massive coalition of federal, state, and local officials is hard at work to help ensure the safety and security of employees, players, and fans during the big game. U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro N. Mayorkas recently traveled to SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, […]