Boston Logan International Airport is scheduled to install six body imaging scanners this winter, following repeated petitions by Logan's federal security director, George Naccara. "These machines will indicate any kind of anomaly, metal, plastic, nylon, other types of explosives that may not alarm the walk-through metal detector," he says. "I think it's a great advantage to have that view of a person."

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