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  Airport to Implement Security Measures  SJC: The new Transportation Security Administration measures include inspecting all large vehicles   Emergency Drill
  New High-Tech Security Device Tested

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  SFO: Explosives Detection Trace Portal aimed at protecting airline passengers from terrorist bombs

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  SJC: The full-scale exercise tested plans that would be used in the event of a plane crash with mass casualties

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  SFO: This is the first wave of about 1,000 screeners to be deployed and employed by a private contractor
Nov.7 Airport reached security deadline  SFO: International Terminal realized a federally mandated goal of a compliance to install in-line Explosive Detection Systems Nov.4 Screener Blamed for Security Snafu  SJC: The test came positive for TNT, but instead of stopping the owner, the screener went off to do something else Oct.8 First 88 federal baggage screeners  OAK: Screeners will work in the airport's north terminal as part of a phased-in transition that will likely last until Nov. 19 Oct.1 Federal Screeners Start Work  SJC: About 200 federal screeners have been sworn to work at Mineta International; in all 450 are expected Sep.11 Two-thirds of normal at Airport  OAK: 22,000 people were expected to fly in and out. Security was stepped up at Oakland Jul.24 Security checkpoint was closed  SFO: Japanese man returning from a humanitarian mission in Afghanistan was found to have an empty bullet casing Jul.18 New federal security screeners hiring  SJC: Airport is looking for 600 new employees replace non-U.S. citizens Jul.5 Tighter Security after LAX Shooting  SFO: SFO is stepping up a police presence at the airport May.22 Switching to federal screeners delayed  SFO: Screeners who are not U.S. citizens will have until September to obtain citizenship May.10 Guard troops leave airport  SFO: The soldiers with camouflage uniforms and carried assault rifles will be replaced with armed police officers Jan.22 11 special luggage scanners  SFO: Airport agreed to pay $19.3 million

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Dec.15 Security badges taken from 29 felons
  SFO: Officials are checking the fingerprints of 3,000 workers against the FBI database
Nov.21 Security screeners mull walkout  SFO: Screeners are unhappy about the new airport security law which requires that airport security workers be U.S. citizens Oct.31 Week-long ban on flights  Livermore: Ban on flights near Lawrence Lab will cost businesses money Oct.17 Facial recognition technology  OAK: The airport to become one of the first in the nation to deploy such technology in interrogation rooms Oct.16 Parking Lot Closed  SFO: Airport will close a parking lot popular with airplane watchers for security reasons Oct.5 National Guard troops deployed  SFO: Dozens of troops will strengthen security and reassure travelers Sep.13 SFO and SJC reopened
  Most foreign carriers did not fly ou of SFO. Some domestic flights leaving

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B. 2005-04-14 New High-Tech Security Device Tested SFO
C. 2003-03-19 Airport to Implement Security Measures SJC
D. 2003-03-12 Emergency Drill SJC
2002-11-11 385 federally trained screeners SFO
F. 2002-11-07 Airport reached security deadline SFO
G. 2002-11-04 Screener Blamed for Security Snafu SJC
H. 2002-10-08 First 88 federal baggage screeners OAK
I. 2002-10-01 Federal Screeners Start Work SJC
J. 2002-09-11 Two-thirds of normal at Airport OAK

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