TSA forms subcommittee, turns deaf ear to complaints

The TSA has formed a Passenger Advocacy Subcommittee of its Aviation Security Advisory Committee. You probably haven’t heard much about this group, mostly because (if we’re being honest) they have little authority to do anything. Still, in an effort to be fair, I wanted to at least congratulate the TSA for taking a step in the …

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Week 5.  Click on the image to enlarge it: Finally,                       Week 4 Pearls of Wisdom from @AskTSA:               ~~ This week’s gems from @AskTSA, we’ll begin with this gem (click to enlarge any photo):     ~~~   …

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As TSA News readers know, the Transportation Security Administration has a nifty new “training academy” in Glynco, Georgia. Supposedly all new TSA hires from across the country, including Hawaii and Alaska, will attend this academy for two weeks of training (replacing the current four weeks of in-house local airport training), and all current TSA employees will …

TSA abuse/idiocy compendium, thanks to FTTUSA

Because the same stories of TSA abuse, corruption, and stupidity keep accumulating, and because it seems increasingly pointless to highlight them one by one, here’s a round-up of such stories from the past week or so, courtesy of Freedom to Travel USA. From FTTUSA’s weekly newsletter, quote: The TSA is at the airports, the football …