ABC News reports that 43 Transportation Security Administration workers at Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort Myers have been fired or suspended after an internal investigation found they failed to perform random screenings last year. The number of workers involved makes it one of the largest disciplinary actions TSA has taken in its 10-year history. But, says TSA spokesman David Castelveter:
"It's the random secondary (check) that did not happen. At no time was a traveler's safety at risk and there was no impact on flight operations."
That’s good to hear.