AMERICAS: TSA going to the dogs in Florida

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has deployed two canine teams to enhance explosives detection at Orlando International Airport air cargo facilities. Each team consists of one dog and a TSA Transportation Security Inspector Canine Handler. They will primarily search cargo bound for passenger-carrying aircraft. “Canine teams are one of the quickest, most efficient means of […]


The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has deployed two canine teams to enhance explosives detection at Orlando International Airport air cargo facilities. Each team consists of one dog and a TSA Transportation Security Inspector Canine Handler. They will primarily search cargo bound for passenger-carrying aircraft. “Canine teams are one of the quickest, most efficient means of detecting explosives,” said Orlando federal security director, John Daly. “The two new TSA teams provide flexibility in searching air cargo and the ability to surge resources in other modes of transportation.”