Thomas Anthony

University of Southern California

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Director of the Aviation Safety and Security Program at the University of Southern California; former security director for the Transportation Security Administration and regional director for the FAA's civil flight division 

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Tuesday's  Germanwings airline crash  that killed 150 people is now being investigated as a criminal case.

Pilot 'Deliberately' Downed the Germanwings Plane

Tuesday's Germanwings airline crash that killed 150 people is now being investigated as a criminal case.

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