There has been much controversy as to whether pilots should be allowed to carry guns in the cockpit. Although it has already been permitted, an in-depth view of both sides of this argument would be beneficial to anyone considering security management in the aviation industry. In 2002 the Airline Pilots Association, the largest pilot's union, requested support from its members to help pass a bill that would allow guns in the cockpit. Many of them felt that if pilots are trained in the use of firearms and felt comfortable with using a gun, there is no reason why they should not be permitted to carry one onboard. "More than 3,000 people were murdered, billions of dollars of property damage was incurred, the nation's economy was rocked and is still suffering, thousands of people were laid off, and billions of dollars of new spending will be allocated to security -- all because eight pilots were killed," said Capt.
9/11 Conspiracy Theory It is common for any human to want answers. Not everyone can just accept what has happened without there being more behind the story. This is the same for everything that had happened on September 11, 2001. Not everyone can accept that four planes were hijacked without any involvement from the government. It may be distrust of the government or it really is just the human mind wanting answers.
And also, our water that we bring is not permitted because someone could use it to make a bomb. (News) Also, certain chemical are not allowed on the plane either because people could be allergic to them or because people could make bombs with them. Explosives are also not permitted. I think that no weapons should be allowed on an airplane, because somebody could use those weapons in other places, to harm other people. I think that security guards should check everybody, even if they walk through the scanner and nothing comes up.
Many little things pose threats on traveler’s safety of flying. One of these they call the 3-1-1, which limits the content and use of carry-ons. The regulations are three once liquid or gel containers, one plastic bag for your liquids and one bag per traveler placed in the screening bins. If in doubt of the amounts of liquids always then put them in luggage that is sent to the plane right away. Also sharp items, such as box cutters, are not allowed because it prevents injuries from happening to others and inspectors.
I am intelligent enough to know that I have the potential to perform so much more than what any schoolteacher has ever asked of me. Parents have told me I will waste my intellect if I pursue a career as a pilot. How untrue! People dream of travel and I need to keep them safe, so they can achieve their dreams in the safest and most efficient way possible. I have the sense of civic duty to take charge of a situation calmly and one day keep civilians safe.
Necessity of the bomb lies with the amount of people that would have been killed in a land invasion, although it was vastly exaggerated. If next generation were raised on the path the Japanese were taking, they would grow up to become monsters. it saved many American Soldiers lives by stopping a land invasion of Japan and prisoners of war were being abused. But the Atomic bomb used against Japan was not necessary to end the war considering the numbers of American lives saved was vastly exaggerated, They were sending their battleships and pilots out on suicide missions as they were desperate, there was a vengeance for pearl harbour and racism towards the Japanese people, many victims of the bomb were civilians that had nothing to do with the war, the only reason Japanese weren’t surrendering is because they didn’t want to give up there emperor to the “unconditional surrender” and to demonstrate their power over the world. The bombing of Hiroshima was necessary to end the war as it would save many lives as suggests in source A “should adopt a position that rather than throw to this bomb we should have sacrificed a million American and a quarter of a million British live”.
One of Most Underrated Careers in the World Ever wondered how airplanes land at the airport so safely? It is all thanks to the guidance of air traffic controllers. Air traffic controllers direct the airplanes from both the ground and into the air to prevent collisions and near-misses and to enhance the speed and distances between take-offs and destinations. If there are thoughts of becoming one, there is a lot of training to go through. Though the job may be tough, it sure pays off literally and figuratively.
Having the Right Stuff How does someone describe the right stuff? First of all not everyone has the right stuff for everything. In the book “The Right Stuff”, by Tom Wolfe, Wolfe talks about having the right stuff for flying. Someone who has the right stuff is brave to take on a mission that could be their last, continue on even though many friends have sacrificed their lives, and does not quit. “The Right Stuff “by Tom Wolfe is about pilots having the right stuff for flying.
Should airport security be toned down? According to Washington Post writer Derek Kravitz, “Transportation Security Administration calls it the new reality of airport security” (Kravitz). Numerous people do not use air transportation because they feel that some of the security measures are too personal and a violation of their space. People are naturally not comfortable while being patted down by a random person from head to toe. Do people understand why there are so many security procedures at airports?
Most people do not like the idea of having a freedom or liberty of some sort taken from underneath them; they get crazy. I guess we really do not appreciate what we have until it is gone, but then someone has to riot, thus abolishing that freedom completely and the chance of getting it back (thanks for ruining it, guys). A very popular and controversial topic would be gun control: should we regulate the business of firearms or leave it the way it is? I fully support the restriction and regulation of firearms, but then again, how else are we going to correct others on the errors of their ways? Everybody makes mistakes; it is a fact of life.