Tags » TSA

Dallas Love Field introduces robots to baggage-screening system

DALLAS — Despite Hollywood always warning us about robots taking over the world, we keep on building ’em, and Dallas Love Field Airport is using them to help with screening the millions of checked bags and suitcases that pass through. 219 more words


TERMINAL MADNESS: What Is Airport Security?


– James Fallows, 

IN AMERICA AND ACROSS MUCH OF THE WORLD, the security enhancements put in place following the catastrophe of September 11, 2001, have been drastic and of two kinds: those practical and effective, and those irrational and pointless. 1,332 more words

My Global Entry Interview

So, a little background. Because I learned that global entry was a perk of my newly minted Chase Sapphire Reserve card, I decided to look into it. 495 more words

Fodder for Writers.. Where do ideas come from?

The last few days I have been talking about character development.  How do you come up with who your character is?

I am a people person!  1,066 more words


Travel: The Best Medicine

It’s Flashback Friday! I posted this a couple of years ago, but since then I’ve come into some new information, so I thought it was time for an update! 914 more words

How Can We Improve Accuracy in TSA?

Ian Byram, MD

Read complete study: Comparison of patient-specific instruments with standard surgical instruments in determining glenoid component position: a randomized prospective clinical trial

The authors of this randomized clinical study compared 15 anatomic total shoulder arthroplasties performed with patient-specific instrumentation to 16 aTSA cases performed with standard surgical instrumentation.  815 more words

One Of The TSA's First Screening Dogs Retiring After 7 Years At O'Hare And Midway

CHICAGO (CBS) — Her nose keeps us safer as we travel, and now she’s heading for a well-deserved retirement.

Lacy, a certified passenger screening canine for the TSA, is retiring after seven years on the job. 355 more words