Column: TSA should refine behavior-detection program

07/23/2013 | United Press International

Successful behavior-detection programs have been implemented for many years in Israel. In the U.S., the Transportation Security Administration's program has been subject to widespread criticism for its ineffectiveness. The program should be revised and improved, not eliminated, writes retired Marine Lt. Col. James Zumwalt. "Understanding and correctly identifying behavioral concerns is key to successful and efficient aviation security," says Zumwalt.

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