The effort against the spread of ISIS is not making life easy for the terrorist group in Syria’s Aleppo northeast province, Congressman Steve Russell said.
Developments in the last week reveal a key resistance line in northern Syria that was held by ISIS near Aleppo became untenable for ISIS and they withdrew completely from the area, Russell said.
“So, that was a big gain. It helped relieve some pressure on the City of Aleppo,” Russell said. “But you still have the (Syrian) regime there. You still have the dynamics of the Turks and the Kurds and the free Syrians.
Airline travelers have until Friday at 5 p.m. to take advantage of the temporary TSA Mobile Application Center at Will Rogers World Airport. Completed enrollment allows travelers to use the dedicated PreCheck lane when going through security. Belts, shoes and light jackets may be left on and laptops and compliant toiletries may be left in carry-on bags.
Will Rogers is one of more than 150 U.S. airports with dedicated PreCheck lanes. Airlines participating include Alaska, Allegiant, American, Delta, Southwest and United, all of which fly out of Will Rogers World Airport, plus Hawaiian, JetBlue, OneJet, Sun Country, WestJet and Virgin.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma residents will be able to apply for the Transportation Security Administration’s TSA Pre√ program at the Will Rogers World Airport terminal beginning Jan. 11-22. The airport, in partnership with TSA, is hosting a temporary enrollment center to facilitate participation in the agency’s popular expedited screening program.
The TSA Pre√ program allows participating flyers to experience a more efficient airport screening process by leaving on their shoes, light jackets and belts and leaving laptops and compliant liquids in carry-on bags. Over 150 airports have dedicated TSA Pre√ lanes and 12 airlines participate in the program including Alaska Airlines, Allegiant, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, US Airways and Virgin America.