Body-scanning machines to be installed at 10 U.S. airports

06/6/2008 | USA Today

The Transportation Security Administration has started using body-scanning machines on passengers chosen at random in Albuquerque, Baltimore, Denver, Los Angeles and at New York's Kennedy airport. The equipment will be added to airports in Dallas, Miami, Detroit and Las Vegas this month. James Schear, the TSA security director at Baltimore-Washington International Airport, said the technology may eventually replace airport metal detectors.

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