Ahead of the Line

It was the first US airport to test an Israeli technique for identifying suspicious passengers, the first to arm its police with submachine guns, and the only one to train all its front-line employees to identify suspicious behavior. Even the fishermen digging for clams on the airport’s shores and the workers in the terminal shops have been enlisted to watch for security threats.
Because of efforts like these, Transportation Security Administration administrator John Pistole recently called Logan “one of the best, most secure airports in the country.’’
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