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The TSA (Transportation Security Administration) Airport Screening

written by: thaibob
 
on Sunday March 10, 2013, The New York Post published an op-ed from someone claiming to be a former TSA agent at Newark’s Liberty Airport. All questions are True/False so don't think you're in for a long session. According to the article Shocking Secrets From An Ex-TSA Agent: 'It's All For Show!'. Can you separate the wheat from the chaff?

Question 1:


In the article Shocking Secrets From An Ex-TSA Agent, the Ex-TSA agent stated, "I’ve had to screen small children and explain to their parents I had no choice but to “check” them. I would only place my hands on their arms and bottom half of their legs, and the entire “pat-down” lasted 10 seconds". This is in accordance with TSA procedures.
True
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Question 2:


According to the article Shocking Secrets From An Ex-TSA Agent, you need a high-school diploma or GED to work as a security screener.
False
True

Question 3:


According to the article Shocking Secrets From An Ex-TSA Agent, when there are internal tests, conducted by the Newark training department, it’s easy to cheat.
True
False

Question 4:


According to the article Shocking Secrets From An Ex-TSA Agent, it's not a question of IF terrorists get through, it's a question of WHEN.
True
False

Question 5:


According to the article Shocking Secrets From An Ex-TSA Agent, most TSA screeners take their job seriously.
True
False

Question 6:


According to the article Shocking Secrets From An Ex-TSA Agent, most TSA employees know that they have a very important position.
True
False

Question 7:


According to the article Shocking Secrets From An Ex-TSA Agent, the first question to someone in a wheel chair is "Can you stand up?".
True
False

Question 8:


According to the article Shocking Secrets From An Ex-TSA Agent, it seems that supervisors' main role is to walk around and tell you not to chew gum.
True
False

Question 9:


According to the article Shocking Secrets From An Ex-TSA Agent, taking half-hour long bathroom breaks is about the only way to break the monotony.
True
False

Question 10:


According to the article Shocking Secrets From An Ex-TSA Agent, screeners start at $20 per hour, and there is very little overtime because of the great pay and little work.
True
False

Question 11:


According to the article Shocking Secrets From An Ex-TSA Agent, if a screener takes a week off without permission, he will be terminated.
True
False

 


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