TSA's New Training Video For Active Shooter Situations ... Coming Soon

Effective or Ridiculous?

On November 1, 2013, Paul Anthony Ciancia walked up to a checkpoint at Los Angeles International Airport and proceeded to open fire with a semi-automatic rifle, killing one TSA officer and wounding two others.

Two years later, the TSA wants travelers to know they have a plan.  In an effort to show commuters they have nothing to fear, the TSA has filmed a new video that will be used nationwide to train TSA employees how to “Run, Hide, and Fight” during an active shooter situation.