Foreign Airport Security Act
The House Foreign Affairs Committee held a hearing to review the Foreign Airport Security Act. Federal officials talked about the lacking… read more
The House Foreign Affairs Committee held a hearing to review the Foreign Airport Security Act. Federal officials talked about the lacking security mechanisms in place at foreign airports, and the dangers those shortcomings pose to U.S. citizens abroad. The Committee held the hearing in light of Lockerbie bombings that killed several American citizens. close
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L. Paul Bremer III Ambassador at Large Department of State->Counter-Terrorism
- Ray Salazar Director Federal Aviation Administration->Civil Aviation
- Ed Stohr Representative International Civil Aviation Organiz.
James T. Walsh U.S. Representative [R] New York
- House Foreign Affairs CommitteeHouse Foreign Affairs Committee
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