There’s a TSA museum, it’s located in my home town and I didn’t even know about it.
What’s on display in the museum?
Among those items are images, oral histories, internal planning documents, a uniform and other objects relating to the first airport to get TSA screeners…
Limestone from the exterior of the Pentagon and mangled pieces of the World Trade Center are in the collection, as is an example of the first handheld metal detectors, or wands, used to screen passengers at airports, and the first American flag raised over Terminal B at Boston Logan Airport when the TSA starting screening there in 2002.
..And then there’s the walk-through metal detector that screened the hijackers in Portland, Maine, on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001.
You can’t visit the museum, though, it isn’t open to the public. It’s located at TSA headquarters and appears to be a propoganda tool aimed at TSA employees.