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I am trying to contact Tom Costello @ NBC... Please read this material below... Mr. Edward D. Drew III/Universal Boss!!!
At 8 Apr 2014 17:50:51 0000 (UTC) from Edward Drew <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
By Tom Costello
More than a fifth of Federal Air Marshal Service's field office
s will be closed over the next two years, government sources told NBC News late Tuesday.
Pittsburgh, Tampa, Cleveland, Phoenix, San Diego and Cincinnati will lose their bases, leaving 20 sites across the country. Air marshals will continue to fly in and out of the cities which are losing field offices.
The cities were chosen because of changing airline priorities and mergers with flight patterns and passengers loads also being taken into consideration.
"We need to be where the threat is," one FAMS manager told NBC News.
The highly trained operatives blend in with passengers on aircraft and are tasked with spotting and neutralizing potential terror threats.
The government has not divulged the number of U.S. air marshals but several thousand are believed to be employed.
April 8, 2014, 6 p.m. GMT
Haugo Broadcasting's KTOQ/1340 (Rapid City) has dropped Conservative Talk for ESPN Radio. The Rapid City Journal reports the switch occured April 1 and the station is also planning to carry the Minnesota Twins. Both ESPN and the Twins had previously been heard on KRKI/99.5 (Newcastle, WY-Rapid City)
, which is now carrying FOX Sports Radio and the Colorado Rockies. KTOQ's previous lineup had included Laura Ingraham, Dennis Miller, Dave Ramsey, Glenn Beck, Michael Savage, Michael Medved, and FOX News. (4/17/2012)
May 3, 2012, 5:42 a.m. GMT
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