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Recent hires Corinna Sangster and Kara Pariseault practiced proper screening techniques in a class at the Transportation Security Administration training center in Chelsea last week.
Recent hires Corinna Sangster and Kara Pariseault practiced proper screening techniques in a class at the Transportation Security Administration training center in Chelsea last week. (Lane Turner) Lane Turner

As Logan grows, a race to train screeners begins

By Glen Johnson
Globe Staff / February 28, 2005

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CHELSEA -- Logan International Airport opens a rebuilt Terminal A in two weeks, offering millions of passengers a glittering gateway to the world from the former home of Eastern Airlines. It will also create fresh personnel demands on the Transportation Security Administration, which is losing about 25 percent of its employees each year while laboring to keep its airport checkpoints ... (Full article: 1044 words)

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