TSA will start training bomb-sniffing dogs in Atlanta

03/14/2008 | Augusta Chronicle (Ga.), The

The TSA will start training bomb-sniffing dogs at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport next week. The training program is part of an effort to improve cargo screening on passenger planes. "One of the overall strategies at TSA is to be more flexible, more mobile. We have very advanced technology; it happens to be in a dog," TSA Administrator Kip Hawley said Thursday.

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