Airport Security Essay Writing

1614 Words 7 Pages
Security Works
Airports have been around since the early 1900’s, there hasn’t always been airport security like we know it. The TSA was established in 2001, in response to 9/11 attacks (Proquest). Since then the world 's violence has gotten worse and worse. We have several serious terrorist groups, Al-Qaeda is still around, ISIS is also active, the Taliban, there is also homegrown terrorism, and so many other less famous terrorist groups out there trying to hurt people. With all of this terrorism airplanes are an attractive option to strike terror into innocent people. But the TSA has stopped many more attacks and saved thousands of lives through it. The TSA is a necessity that keeps travelers safe, without it many more lives would be lost
…show more content…
The child complains about the helmet because it’s “inconvenient” or “makes them feel dumb” or “it’s too hard to put on”. But the parents just want to protect the children because they know what it’s like to fall of their bikes and get hurt. Bringing it back to airport security the general public is the child and the TSA is the parent protecting the general public from possible dangers. The TSA takes all the necessary precautions to keep everyone safe. “When it comes to airport security, you can never be too careful” (Nowak). Protecting people is serious business, if there is a threat it needs to be taken down. Sometimes non threatening things can be very dangerous. Take the poisonous tree frog for example, it 's very cute and small. But it can also be very deadly! The same can be true with people, “That 83-year-old grandmother... really could be smuggling powder explosives in her pantyhose... if it 's a matter of my life being in danger, I have no qualms with taking Granny down” (Nowak). Criminals can be anyone, old, young, tall, short, stupid, smart, it doesn 't matter. When it comes down to it, it is better to air on the side of caution to make sure everyone is safe and

Related Documents