Plane clothes: lack of anonymity at the Federal Air Marshal Service compromises aviation and national security : investigative report, Volume 4

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U.S. G.P.O., 2006 - Transportation - 147 pages
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The Federal Air Marshal Service (FAMS) traces its history to the anti-hijacking initiatives of the 1960s, and was drastically built up after the attacks of September 11, 2001. While undergoing this rapid build-up and deployment of air marshals, the Service has encountered numerous problems that severely impact morale and, potentially, national security. The Committee on the Judiciary initiated an inquiry into the FAMS and has discovered that while many of the problems facing the management of the FAMS could be easily remedied, they remain unaddressed. This report outlines key problems and provides recommendations.

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Contents

LACK OF ANONYMITY AT THE FEDERAL
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FAMS Policies and Procedures
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Findings and Recommendations
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