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Fast response to US transit's security needs

Standing near a Time magazine poster featuring terrorist Osama bin Laden, a Metro Transit police officer, armed with a submachine gun, patrolled Washington's subway system.
By Michael Levenson
Globe Correspondent / July 8, 2005

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Police guided bomb-sniffing dogs into subway stations, troopers carried submachine guns at Logan International Airport, and Coast Guard boats plied commuter routes in Boston Harbor yesterday as the nation tightened security in response to deadly transit bombings in London. (Full article: 901 words)

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