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TSA Appoints New Members to Security Advisory Panel

The Transportation Security Administration has appointed 24 new members to its Aviation Security Advisory Committee, established in 1989 after the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing.

The panel advises the agency and gives recommendations for improving airport security methods,  equipment and procedures.

“One of my main priorities since joining TSA has been strengthening our relationship with stakeholders, and I look forward to working with these key security and industry leaders as we continue evolving into a high-performance, world-class counterterrorism organization that focuses on risk-based, intelligence-driven, layered security,” TSA Administrator John Pistole said in a statement.

On Oct. 27, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano appointed:

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