Table of contents for 9/11 and the future of transportation security / R. William Johnstone.

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CONTENTS
List of Illustrations
Preface
Chapter 1.	Introduction
Part One: The 9/11/01 Systems Failure of Civil Aviation Security
Chapter 2.	The Pre-9/11 Aviation Security System
Chapter 3.	Attributes of the Security System
Chapter 4.	The 9/11 Hijackings
Part Two: Transportation Security Today
Chapter 5.	Response to 9/11
Chapter 6.	The New Organization of Transportation Security
Chapter 7.	The Current State of Transportation Security
Part Three: Where Do We Go From Here?
Chapter 8.	"Looking Back to Look Forward:" The Post-9/11 Policy Failure of Transportation Security
Chapter 9.	Key Questions, Hard Choices
Chapter 10.	Principles for Action
Chapter 11.	Reassessment and a Test
Chapter 12.	Priorities
Appendix A: Transmittal Letter and Recommendations of 9/11 Commission Aviation and Transportation Security Staff
Appendix B: 9/11 Public Discourse Project, Report on the Status of 9/11 Commission Recommendations, Part I: Homeland Security, Emergency Preparedness and Response
Notes
ILLUSTRATIONS
Figures
1. Hijackings of U.S. Registered versus Foreign-Registered Air Carriers 1975-2000
2. Modal Proportions of FY2006 Budget Request for Transportation Security
3. Number of Days at Various Nationwide Threat Advisory Levels (March 12, 2002 - June 30, 2005)
Tables
1. 9/11 Commission Transportation Security Recommendations
2. Federal Agency Responsibilities for Transportation Security Risk Assessment
3. Federal Transportation Security Spending By Mode, FY2004-2006
4. Federal Funding for Civil Aviation Security, FY1995-2006

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Transportation -- Security measures -- United States.
Aeronautics, Commercial -- Security measures -- United States.
Airports -- Security measures -- United States.
Transportation -- Effect of terrorism on -- United States.
September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001.