Looks like the TSA will be moving full body scanners to smaller airports. Which airports?
Major Airports to Remove Invasive X-ray, Body Scanners
Published: Tuesday, 23 Oct 2012 | 2:28 PM ET Text Size
By: Darren Booth
Special to CNBC.com
The Transportation Security Administration is removing full-body, X-ray scanners from major U.S. airports, and shipping them to less busy locations.
TSA introduced the so-called Backscatter scanners, sometimes referred to as the “naked” X-ray machines, at U.S. airports in 2009. Many travelers were not happy that naked images of themselves were displayed to TSA officers in a nearby room. In addition to privacy concerns, travelers were concerned about radiation exposure. (Read more: The Skinny on Full-Body Scanners)
Read more at CNBC.
It will be interesting to see if they put full body scanners at the airports in Antigo, Rhinelander,Crandon, Houghton, Shawano, Newberry or Ontonagon.
That will go over well in those communities. Can you see crop dusting pilots will have to be scanned before flying.