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RE: Analysis from a JHU CS Prof
|> From: Kevin Day [mailto:[email protected]] |> Sent: Wednesday, September 12, 2001 11:43 AM |> Many really small regional airports allow you to board |> without going through |> metal detectors/bag x-rays. Once you get off the plane at the |> destination(larger airport) you're behind the "secure" zone, |> and can also |> board another flight without going through one. A salient point here is that many reports indicate that firearms were not used. Note also that many "bullet-proof" garments are not always knife-proof (although it takes something on the order of a tanto, stiletto, or a rapier). Stiletto's can be concealed in the tubing of carry-on luggage carriers. Boker now makes ceramic knife blades, as do others. Martial arts training is widely available. I'm going to start looking into fencing classes.