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The TSA relies on dogs to sniff out explosives
The Transportation Security Administration relies heavily on trained canines to screen passengers for explosive material. Under TSA supervision, the Post's Andrea Sachs conducted a training exercise at Reagan National Airport by strapping explosive material around her waist and testing the canine's ability to sniff out suspicious material.
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