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A TSA screener talks to a man before giving him a physical pat-down at LaGuardia Airport. 960 1280

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A TSA agent dons rubber gloves at a security checkpoint at Washington Reagan National Airport. 960 1280

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A TSA officer carries out a physical search on a passenger at a security checkpoint at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey. 960 1280

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A passenger holding her baby prepares to go through a security checkpoint at Los Angeles International Airport. 960 1280

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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. 960 1280

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Miami-Dade Police Officer "Stretch" Rutledge
Miami-Dade Police Officer "Stretch" Rutledge

Miami-Dade Police Officer "Stretch" Rutledge

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Airport 24/7

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Miami-Dade Fire Rescue's Chief Kilby

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue's Chief Kilby

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Casey the canine ambassador

Casey the canine ambassador

Casey the canine ambassador and her owner, Liz, interact with a passenger who enjoys a little taste of home life while traveling. 960 1280

  

Customs and Border Protection Officers

Customs and Border Protection Officers

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Paramedics arrive to treat passengers

Paramedics arrive to treat passengers

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Operations Control Room agent Darius Bradshaw

Operations Control Room agent Darius Bradshaw

Operations Control Room agent Darius Bradshaw checks in on the traffic backing up due to the bus crash. 960 1280

  

Triangle Services Ramp Duty Manager Albert Cordeschi

Triangle Services Ramp Duty Manager Albert Cordeschi

Triangle Services Ramp Duty Manager Albert Cordeschi maintains constant communication with his team to ensure that the airfield runs smoothly. 960 1280

  

Two passengers connect at MIA

Two passengers connect at MIA

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Stretch, a motorcycle cop at MIA

Stretch, a motorcycle cop at MIA

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Director of Terminal Operations Dickie Davis

Director of Terminal Operations Dickie Davis

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