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In this paper, the writer investigates the many factors, including operator training, law enforcement personnel's presence, and physical presence, that affect the effectiveness and performance of the aviation security systems. The paper reveals that a critical constituent of the nation's physical infrastructure, overall security and economic foundation lies in the safety and security of the civil aviation system of the nation. The paper then takes a look at the measures recommended to reform the aviation security system in the US and describes how the various measures have impacted the airports.
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Cite this Descriptive Essay:
Aviation Security (2009, July 21) Retrieved September 22, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/descriptive-essay/aviation-security-115456/
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