12 years after 9/11, America settles into long-term security strategy

A Transportation Security Administration officer informs elderly travelers they can now leave their shoes and jacket on through security at American airports. It's part of a long-term security strategy 12 years after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. (Getty Images)


12 years after 9/11, America settles into long-term security strategy

For the first time since 2001, a 75-year-old passenger can walk through Boston's Logan International Airport security with her coat, belt and shoes on, and liquids and laptop stowed away. So can young children, active military personnel and members of the flight crew. In 11 major airports, random passengers also will be selected for expedited security. A loosening of some of the world’s strictest airport security measures is one way America is settling into more relaxed, long-term security strategies a …

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