US TSA names Ishihara FSD at Bradley, Connecticut

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US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officials have named David Ishihara as the new federal security director (FSD) at Bradley airport in Hartford, Connecticut.

Ishihara was previously deputy FSD at Boston, a position he held since July 2003. He replaces Dana Cosgrove, who retired in July after three years as FSD at Bradley.

Prior to joining the TSA, Ishihara spent three years at the US FAA, where he served as federal security manager at Boston airport and civil aviation security field office manager for airports throughout New England.

In his role as FSD at Bradley, Ishihara will also be responsible for security screening operations at nearby Tweed-New Haven regional airport and Groton-New London airport.