Minneapolis airport will get full-body scanners soon

09/22/2010 | KTTC-TV (Minn)

The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport will soon join the growing list of airports with full-body scanners. The scanner to be used in Minneapolis is a "millimeter wave" scanner. It sends radio waves over the traveler and measures the energy reflected back to produce an image.

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