How Has Airport Security Intensified After 9/11

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The Terrorist attack on 9/11 everyone was in awe. Something like this made us think about what we need to do to keep our freedom safe “The aftermath of the tragedies of Sept. 11, 2001, made America redefine freedom and security”(Airlines security policies post 9/11). Airport security around the nation had to make major changes. The first thing they changed was that ID name and picture had to match what was on your ticket. This made sure that no person could sneak onto an aircraft. The second thing that they changed is that all luggage and carryons had to be screened. This was to make sure that no explosives or fire arm made its way on to the aircraft. One of the final things that they changed was that no liquid over 3.4 ounces was allowed on the plane. This was put into effect after some people tried to sneak liquid explosives onto the aircraft. These three things weren’t all the changes made, but these are the ones that made the biggest impact. Airport security has intensified throughout the United States since the terrorist attacks in 2001.
Airport security has intensified by having peoples ID Name and picture must match what is on ticket. Before 9/11 there was no way to tell that if the passenger 's name and picture
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After the technology improvement in airports terrorists and common people still tried to sneak explosives onto planes. Only this time it was liquid explosives “In 2006, people started having to carry liquids in small containers inside a plastic bag after a plot to detonate liquid explosives was uncovered”(Bearden). Some people might say that no liquids should be allowed at all. The TSA made a comment about this issue “the consequence of banning all liquids is a large increase in the number of checked bags, which creates its own issues”(Kip). Liquid explosives can be just as dangerous as bombs this is why the TSA is so hard on

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