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1 Introduction
Pages 7-10

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... Even if all of these challenges are met, these technologies must be deployed in a manner that provides maximum protection from terrorist attacks against commercial aircraft. DEPLOYED TECHNOLOGIES Aviation security equipment and procedures include the following: bulk2 explosives-detection equipment, trace explosives-detection equipment, HULDs, computer-assisted passenger screening (CAPS)
From page 8...
... As of January 1, 1999, more than 70 certified explosivesdetection systems, six noncertified bulk explosives detection devices, and 366 trace-detection devices had been installed in airports. TOTAL ARCHITECTURE FOR AVIATION SECURITY Protecting civil aviation against terrorist threats is a complex systems problem that has no perfect solution.
From page 9...
... A second Galaxy Scientific design passed the FAA blast test in January 1999. To study operational performance and reliability, the FAA deployed 10 Galaxy HULDs in 1999.
From page 10...
... REPORT ORGANIZATION This report presents an SOS approach to assessing aviation security, introduces an SEF, and describes the FAA's progress in deploying aviation security equipment and procedures. Recommendations are also made for future deployments of security equipment and implementations of security procedures.

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