DHS spending $70M on airport anti-terrorism upgrades

04/16/2010 | Boston Herald · Reuters

The Department of Homeland Security will spend an additional $70 million fortifying U.S. airports, with about half of the funds going toward the purchase of 1,200 explosive trace detection units. Speaking Thursday at Boston's Logan Airport, DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano said the airport upgrades are "important elements of our layered aviation security strategy to protect the flying public from terrorism."

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