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Cool Event The Tucson Jet Rally next week featuring radio-controlled, turbine-powered electric jets is expected to attract aeronautics aficionados from across the country. The three-day rally March 13-15 will feature planes that measure up to 6 feet and can cost $15,000 to $20,000. Many are scale models of military aircraft. The event will run for three days at Tucson International Modelplex Park, 3250 N. Reservation Road, west of the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum in Marana.Spectators can go for a behind-the-scenes tour. Go to www.timpa.org for more information about the rally and directions to the Modelplex Park. http://azstarnet.com/news/local/tucson-jet-rally-lands-in-marana-next-week/article_8e638856-555f-5ea2-90b7-07951177f7e9.html
Who brings guns on airplanes?1,477 people tried to bring firearms on airplanes last year. Passengers also sought to sneak grenades, inert explosives, tear gas, cane-swords and even a medieval mace onto flights, all part of the varied weaponry detected at airport checkpoints by the TSA in 2013.TSA said agents seized 1813 guns, 1477 of them loaded, from checkpoints at 205 airports last year, thanks to the use of metal detectors and advanced imaging technology. That marks a 16.5-per cent increase in firearm seizures from 2012.The list of intercepted items is long: a fake suicide vest used by an explosives instructor as a training aid; a live blasting cap and fuse lighter; a shotgun discovered in a checked golf bag; an inert Bazooka round; and a stun gun designed to look like lipstick. One passenger who opted out of standard screening at the Pittsburgh airport, but underwent a security pat-down, was found to have a loaded .45-caliber pistol strapped to his ankle. TSA also published a mosaic of photographs showing the grenades seized from passengers -- 136 in total.
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