1) Is airline travel safer in terms of terrorism today than before 9/11? Why or why not?
2) Do the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) have the necessary authorities and resources to make mandatory or necessary security changes quickly?
3) How much personal information should individuals provide to TSA for purposes of comparing their profiles with those of potential terrorists?
4) Should the Federal government license/certify workers beyond the current programs (i.e. security checks on transporters of hazardous chemicals, airport baggage handlers, or others in critical areas) in the transportation industry?
5) Should the FAA/TSA ban all cargo on civilian passenger flights?
US ports are operated by local and state authorities. In order to protect this component of the critical infrastructure, should the Federal government have a larger role?
6) Do you believe that the current security processes of the transportation industry would interdict a WMD hidden in a cargo container?
7) Are there enough checks in place for the CDC to prevent persons with highly contagious diseases (e.g. certain strains of TB, Avian Flu, Swine Flu, etc.) from airline travel and border crossings? Should TSA use remote temperature sensors to scan passengers for potential health issues? What changes are needed?
This material may consist of step-by-step explanations on how to solve a problem or examples of proper writing, including the use of citations, references, bibliographies, and formatting. This material is made available for the sole purpose of studying and learning - misuse is strictly forbidden.1) The tragic act of terrorism that happened on 9/11 opened many questions concerning airline safety, so the airport controls and security checks became far stricter than before 9/11. Measurements for stopping the possibility of any terrorist act are accepted at the global level of airline security, and some of them are limited goods (amount of liquids for instance) that a passenger can bring into an aircraft....