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Arad, Arik, general manager, International Consultants on Targeted Security 298

Belger, Monte, Associate Administrator for Aviation Standards, Federal Avia-

tion Administration, accompanied by Raymond Salazar, Director, Civil

Aviation Security, FAA; Irene Howie, Assistant Chief Counsel, Internation-

al Affairs and Legal Policies, FAA.

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Bozorgmanesh, Dr. Hadi, corporate vice president, Science Applications Inter-

national Corp

219

Bradley, H.L., chairman, Flight Security Committee, Air Line Pilots Associa-

tion...

179

Burton, Hon. Dan, a Representative in Congress from Indiana

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Cummock, Victoria, Coral Gables, FL.

147

Fine, David H., vice president, Thermedics, Inc.

219

Fitzgerald, Gerald, assistant director for aviation, Port Authority of New

York and New Jersey and member, board of directors, American Associa-

tion of Airport Executives

78, 87

Gardella, Stephen L., Jr., consultant, Strategic Security Services, Inc.....

298

Hudson, Paul, Albany, NY..

147

Jackson, Wilfred A., director of airport operations, Baltimore Washington

International Airport and chairman, Operations, Safety and Security Com-

mittee, Airport Operators Council International.

78, 87

Lally, Richard, director of security, Air Transport Association, accompanied

by Homer A. Boynton, managing director, security, American Airlines and

vice chairman, Šecurity Committee, Air Transport Association; Robert R.

Kierce, staff vice president, security, Trans World Airlines; Robert F.

Baudter, manager, corporate security United Airlines and chairman, Secu-

rity Committee, Air Transport Association; Edward F. Cunningham, man-

aging director, corporate security, Pan American World Airways.

78, 87

Lenoir, Juliette, vice president, Association of Flight Attendants.....

179

McCurdy, Hon. Dave, a Representative in Congress from Oklahoma.....

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McManaway, Ambassador Clayton E., Jr., Associate Coordinator, Office of the

Ambassador-at-Large for Counterterrorism, Department of State.....

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McNulty, Hon, Michael R., a Representative in Congress from New York

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Moreau, Brian K., vice president, Independent Union of Flight Attendants.. 179

Paderson, John, marketing manager, Ion Track Instrument, Inc...

219

Wolfe, Rosemary, Alexandria, VA...

147

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Bradley, H.L., chairman, Flight Security Committee, Air Line Pilots Associa

tion, statement.........
Cummock, Victoria, statement.
Fine, David H., vice president, Thermedics, Inc., statement.
Fitzgerald, Gerald P., assistant director for aviation, Port Authority of New

York and New Jersey, statement.
Kolter, Hon. Joe, a Representative in Congress from Pennsylvania
Jackson, Wilfred A., director, airport operations, Baltimore Washington Inter-

national Airport, statement.
Lally, Richard F., director of security, Air Transport Association of America,

statement
Lenoir, Juliette, national vice president, Association of Flight Attendants,

AFL-CIO, statement...
Lightfoot, Hon. Jim, a Representative in Congress from Iowa, statement..........
McCurdy, Hon. Dave, a Representative in Congress from Oklahoma, state-

ment..
McNulty, Hon. Michael R., a Representative in Congress from New York,

statement. McManaway, Ambassador Clayton E., Associate Coordinator, Office of the

Ambassador-at-Large for Counterterrorism, U.S. Department of State, statement.. Mineta, Hon. Norman Y., a Representative in Congress from California, state

ment. Moreau, Brian K., vice president, Independent Union of Flight Attendants,

statement
Paderson, John G., sales and marketing manager, ION Track Instruments
(ITI), Inc.:

Statement..
Fact sheet..

Advanced bomb and weapons detection systems (brochure).
Pan Am Flight 103 victims' family members, statement.........
Payne, Hon. Lewis F., Jr., a Representative in Congress from Virginia, state-

ment..
Towns, Hon. Edolphus, a Representative in Congress from New York, state-

ment... Wolfe, Rosemary, statement.

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APRIL 25, 1989 Summary of Subject Matter......

310 H.R. 1659: To improve aviation security by requiring the installation and use

of certain explosive detection equipment at certain airports located outside the United States and by providing assistance for the acquisition of such equipment, and for other purposes ......

313 TESTIMONY Barclay, Charles M., executive vice president, American Association of Airport Executives ......

371 Knisely, Robert, deputy assistant secretary for budget and programs, U.S.

Department of Transportation, accompanied by Darlene M. Freeman, deputy director, Office of Civil Aviation Security, Federal Aviation Administration

324, 410 Lally, Richard F., director of security, Air Transport Association......

349 Wigington, Robert, vice president, governmental affairs, Airport Operators Council International.

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SUBMISSIONS FOR THE RECORD
Barclay, Charles M., executive vice president, American Association of Air-

port Executives, statement....
Costello, Hon. Jerry, a Representative in Congress from Illinois, statement
de Lugo, Hon. Ron, a Delegate to Congress from the Virgin Islands, statement
Hamiel, Jeffrey, executive director, Minneapolis/St. Paul Metropolitan Air-

ports Commission, statement on behalf of Airport Operators Council International

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Knisely, Robert, deputy assistant secretary for budget and programs, Depart

ment of Transportation, statement...,
Kolter, Hon. Joe, a Representative in Congress from Pennsylvania, statement.
Lally, Richard F., director of security, Air Transport Association, statement
Lightfoot, Hon. Jim, a Representative in Congress from Iowa, statement.
Mineta, Hon. Norman Y., a Representative in Congress from California, state-

ment...
Payne, Hon. Lewis F., Jr., a Representative in Congress from Virginia, state-

ment. Valentine, Hon. Tim, a Representative in Congress from North Carolina,

statement..

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ADDITION TO THE RECORD

Kelly, Paul, chairman, All America Marketing, Inc., statement.

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Letter to Secretary of Transportation, and response.....

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SUBCOMITTEL ON AVIATION

EPARING ON
AVLATION SECURITY

TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1989

10:00 A.X.
2167 RAYBURN BOUSE OFFICE BUILDING

SUMMARY OF SUBJECT MATTER

The Subcommittee will receive testimony on aviation security matters from government and industry witnesses as well as from families of the Pan American World Airways Flight 103 victims. Specific topics and issues will include: (1) A review of what the Federal Aviation Administration and

other government agencies have learned with respect to aviation security from the Pan Am 103 accident, including the effectiveness of systems to provide timely security intelligence and information to airlines, airports, and aviation authorities.

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(3)

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A review of the adequacy of DOT/FAA regulatory actions on
aviation security since 1985 when public and Congressional
interest in security was heightened by the TWA hijacking and
other incidents. The policy question of whether U.S. and
foreign carriers should be subject to the same security
standards at foreign airports will also be addressed.
The status of u.s. Government efforts to obtain aviation
security clauses in bilateral civil aviation agreements.
A review of u.s. government actions under the Foreign Airport
Security Act of 1985.
A review of the FAA's programs to develop and disseminate
explosive detection technology. The policy question of
whether the government, airlines or airports should pay for
the wide implementation of this technology will be addressed.
The consideration of any legislative proposals to improve
aviation security.

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THE SECURITY PROBLEM

Pan American flight 103 crashed in Scotland on December 21, 1988 after being blown apart by a powerful bomb. 270 people were killed, including eleven on the ground. The Federal Bureau of Investigation and foreign law enforcement authorities continue to investigate and search for those responsible.

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