Moments from aiport security pat-downs and full-body scans.
What is less intrusive in your opinion: pat-downs for fully-body scans?
A TSA worker inspects a female traveler at Denver International Airport. Half of Americans say the enhanced passenger security pat-downs at U.S. airports go too far, according to a poll published just before the busy holiday travel season.
A woman is given a pat-down by a TSA screener at LaGuardia Airport in New York.
A TSA screener talks to a man before giving him a physical pat-down at LaGuardia Airport. U.S. authorities will reconsider airline passenger screening procedures, the top transport security official said on Monday.
A passenger listens to instructions from a TSA agent as he undergoes a full body scan before boarding his flight at Washington Reagan National Airport.
A passenger is scanned using "backscatter x-ray technology" at a security check-point at Logan Airport in Boston, MA.
A TSA agent dons rubber gloves at a security checkpoint at Washington Reagan National Airport.
A computer screen shows a scan of a security official in a RapiScan full-body scanner being tested at Manchester Airport in Manchester, northern England. The US has tested 40 whole-body scanners as part of a pilot program started after the Sept. 11 attacks and this past October ordered 150 more.
A TSA security officer looks at a computer screen image that shows a person during a demonstration at the U.S. Transporation Security Administration Systems Integration Facility in Washington. The advanced imaging technologies are used to screen passengers for metallic and non-metallic threats.
A TSA officer carries out a physical search on a passenger at a security checkpoint at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey.
A passenger holding her baby prepares to go through a security checkpoint at Los Angeles International Airport.
A TSA employee (L) watches as airline passengers empty the contents of their pockets and bags onto trays at a security chekckpoint at Washington Reagan National Airport.