Firearms Discovered at TSA in 2019

Firearms Discovered at TSA checkpoints in 2019 Before we jump straight into the numbers, let’s take a look back at 2019! We started the year off with an extended government shutdown, during which TSA officers showed up to work even though they knew they weren’t being paid. It was inspiring to see communities across the country coming together to support federal employees. TSA saw the highest volumes of passengers ever during the spring break travel period of 2019. May 24 became our …

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24 Benjamin Franklin’s Quotes

Benjamin Franklin’s Quotes  One of the Founding Fathers of the United States He is one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. He being the fifteenth son of a total of 17 and his training was limited to basic studies. From a very young age (at 10 years old) he began to work in all kinds of jobs, which led him to a printing press at the age of 12. It was there that he wrote his first letters, …

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Hiking Safe on Yosemite – Search and Rescue Site Program

Hiking Safe on Yosemite – Yosemite Search and Rescue (YOSAR) After many years, Yosemite National park accumulated a series of experiences with incidents and rescue of hikers. These are some of the rescue experiences and also recommendations to make your visit to the park pleasant.   These incidents all provide a good opportunity to review tips for staying strong and healthy while hiking in Yosemite Research trails and terrain before embarking on any hike, especially in very hot and sunny …

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Zion National Park 2021

Zion National Park – USA Visiting Zion National Park is one of the best experiences when traveling on the west coast. Park admission is $ 35 per car and is valid for one week. We can also make use of our Annual Pass. It is a pass valid for 12 months with which we can enter all the National Parks of the United States. The NPS Annual Pass (1) costs $ 80 and will be profitable when we plan to …

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Visit City Hall Station in New York

City Hall Station , New York City subway First New York City subway was built and operated by the Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT). Open on October 27, 1904, to the enjoy of New York elevated train and streetcar riders. City Hall Station The City Hall station on the IRT local track was have with fine architectural detail. These including glass tiles and large chandeliers. However, the Gustavino vaulted ceilings and skylights were lost on busy commuters, and the stop …

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