Post - Terror Security
A look at anti-terror steps and policy taken by the U.S. government following the September 11th terror attacks.
# 9464 | 685 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2002 |
Published on Jan 31, 2003 in Political Science (U.S. Federal Politics) , Hot Topics (Terror and 9/11) , Aviation, Aeronautics (General)
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This paper focuses on the airline transport and airport security anti-terrorist steps recently implemented. Three policies were introduced by President Bush - "Federal Grant Program to Strengthen Aircraft Security;" "Expanded Federal Air Marshal Program" and increased passenger security while in the airport. It looks at the advantages and disadvantages of these programs.
From the Paper:"The aftermath of the World Trade Center bombing in New York City last September 11, 2001 made the US government formulate numerous precautions and measures that will prevent and eliminate the possibility of a terrorist attack to happen again. One of the preventive measures the US government has set up was to think of national policies in airline transportations and airports that will bring security and safety to the consumers and crew of the airline company. Three major steps were delivered by US President George W. Bush that will help attain the said objectives, that of the people and crew's safety and security."
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