The Transportation Security Admin. (TSA) has primary responsibility for ensuring the security of civil aviation. In Dec. 2005, TSA revised its prohibited items list to allow passengers to carry on board: (1) metal scissors with pointed tips a a blade 4Ai or less in length; a (2) tools, such as pliers, screwdrivers, a wrenches 7Ai or less in length. This report addresses the following questions: What was TSAAis basis for removing certain scissors a tools from the prohibited items list a what are stakeholder views on the change? What have been the impacts, if any, of the removal of certain scissors a tools from the prohibited items list on the security of aircraft passengers a flight crew a on the effectiveness of checkpoint screening operations? Illustrations.... on how to use lethal force against an intruder on the flight deck.16 ac Security training for flight and cabin crews to handle potential threats onboard aircraft. ... The Common Strategy is a detailed guidance manual developed by TSA and FAA for pilots and other crewmembers to identify their ... The previous version, referred to as Common Strategy #i, was the strategy in effect on September 11, 2001.
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