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Summary: NEG argues that minor repairs could solve for any deficiencies in the air marshal program and that the problems identified with the program are not significant and do not justify abolishing the program.
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About "Air Marshals (NEG)"
Air Marshals are trained to stop the high jacking of a plane by riding on planes armed and undercover, appearing as ordinary passengers. They are considered the last line of defense in case of an attack, and our government spends millions on them.
AFF abolishes or scales back most of the air marshal program under the belief that air marshals are incompetent and of little or no value at reducing hijacking risk.
NEG argues that minor repairs could solve for any deficiencies in the air marshal program and that the problems identified with the program are not significant and do not justify abolishing the program.
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