After 9/11 response, Coury leads at N.J. airport

After 9/11 response, Coury leads at N.J. airport
Tom Coury, the federal security director at Atlantic City International Airport, responded to the Pennsylvania plane crash on Sept. 11, 2001. He came to the Transportation Security Administration in 2003, and works to ensure a safe experience at the New Jersey airport. “You have a lot more information on passengers now than in the past, which makes us a lot more comfortable,” he said. The Press of Atlantic City (N.J.) (tiered subscription model) (1/20)

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