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TSA Tightens Security at Washington Airport

July 21, 2003

TSA Tightens Security at Washington Airport
In an effort to strengthen security at our nation’s airports, the Transportation Security Administration announced this weekend it has tightened checkpoint procedures at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Washington, D.C.

According to Travel Management Daily, travelers leaving from Reagan National will now be required to show a boarding pass and valid picture identification at security points. Security will no longer accept E-tickets, itineraries or vouchers before passing through the checkpoints. The changes are part of the Selectee Checkpoint Program.

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