Canine team helps TSA detect explosives in South Carolina

A team of bomb-sniffing dogs is helping Transportation Security Administration officials detect explosives at airports, docks, buses and train stations in South Carolina. The dogs are part of a national program dubbed National Explosives Detection Canine Team that began a few years ago at some of the country's largest airports. Charleston joined the program because it has a prominent national port and the state's largest airport.

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