The TSA is the Transportation Security Administration, a division of the Department of Homeland Security.
The TSA has a mandate to protect Americans from terrorism and criminals.
Here are some facts about the TSA: Who is the United States Secret Service?
The United States Marshals Service is the main agency for the protection of Americans.
Its mandate is to protect the U.S. Government from criminals and terrorism.
The U. S. Marshals also have the authority to protect members of the public from crimes committed on their behalf.
How does the TSA operate?
The TSA’s mission is to ensure that all Americans have the safety, security, and comfort they deserve.
TSA’s employees are part of a diverse workforce, which includes police officers, military members, pilots, security guards, medical personnel, and more.
What is a body scanner?
A body scanner is a device that scans your body and stores the images and information for later analysis.
How do I check my passport?
Passports are accepted through TSA’s secure check-in and screening facility at the Washington Dulles International Airport.
Where can I get more information about the screening process?
TSA has many information resources on its website.
To learn more, visit the TSA’s website at http://tsa.gov/safety/security-check-in-travel.html or call 800-336-1021.
Where do I turn for more information?
To find out more about TSA’s safety and security procedures, call 800 (888) 533-4444 or visit www.tsa-usa.gov.