This report assesses the operational performance of explosives-detection equipment and hardened unit-loading devices (HULDs) in airports and compares their operational performance to their laboratory performance, with a focus on improving aviation security.
Table of Contents
|2 Grand Architecture||11-16|
|3 Roles and Responsibilities||17-21|
|4 Baggage Handling||22-27|
|5 Blast-Resistant Containers||28-35|
|6 Bulk Explosives Detection||36-40|
|7 Trace Explosives Detection||41-45|
|8 Computer-Assisted Passenger Screening and Positive Passenger-Bag Matching||46-47|
|Evaluation of Architectures||53-59|
|Responses To Congress||60-63|
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