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TSA Chief: No Immediate Changes to Airport Screening

Complete Premium video at: Transportation Security Administration head John Pistole says that despite widespread controversy over new TSA guidelines, which require some passengers to either pass through a full-body scanner or submit to a physical search before boarding an airline, security procedures will not be altered in anticipation of the upcoming holiday travel season. ----- Monitor Breakfast: Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) Administrator John Pistole sits down for a conversation with attendees of the Monitor Breakfast to discuss the implementation and safety of Advanced Imaging Technology (full-body scanners), anticipating terrorist threats, and traveling during the Thanksgiving holiday. - The Monitor Breakfast John S. Pistole was sworn in as the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) fifth Administrator in July 2010. As TSA Administrator, he oversees management of a 60,000-strong workforce, the security operations of more than 450 federalized airports throughout the U.S., the Federal Air Marshal Service (FAMS), and the security for highways, railroads, ports, mass transit systems and pipelines.
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