Security experts say high-tech imagers that detect objects beneath our clothes are vital to safe air travel. Opponents say they are intrusive and too revealing. For now, the process is an optional alternative to a traditional pat-down at airports across the country, including Reagan National and BWI. These are the two types of full-body imaging technology in use or on the way:
SOURCE: Transportation Security Administration, Rapiscan Systems, Smiths Detection | Bonnie Berkowitz and Laura Stanton/The Washington Post
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