Tsa And Transportation Security Administration

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On September 11, 2001, 3,000 of Americans was killed in a series of coordinated terrorist attacks in New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. In response the United States established a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and heighten its security throughout the transportation system, which were designed to prevent similar attacks in the future. This research paper will discuss the history of the TSA and what it does, how TSA improve aviation security, and the cargo screening process. This paper will conclude an overall debrief of my discussion about the TSA and transportation security.

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) was establish in response of 9/11 terrorist attack in the U.S. Also since this attack the U.S. has established a countermeasure security strategy to prevent a future attack with the transportation system. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are responsible for protecting the nation’s transportation networks from attack, safeguarding airports and airplanes, mass transit system, highways, seaports, railroads and buses. This paper will in-depth discuss the history of the TSA and what it does, how TSA improve aviation security, and the cargo screening process.
On September 9, 2001 there was series of terrorist attack that brought down World Trade Center in New York, Pentagon in Virginia, and a plane crash Pennsylvania. In result the United States 107th Congress passed the Aviation and Transportation Security Act on Nov 19,
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