By: John Gobbels, Medjet VP/COO In what would seem to be a major shift in procedures, the TSA is currently working on a system that would let “trusted travelers” keep their shoes on, leave laptops in bags and avoid the dreaded body scanners. Drawing from data from...

By: John Gobbels, Medjet VP/COO A few weeks ago I was making a trip to the West Coast when I encountered a flyer that delayed the security screening line due to an unbelievable pack job on her carry-on bag. From bottles of water to her laptop...

By: Roy Berger, MedjetAssist President/CEO One of the most frequent questions we are asked when talking with a group or organization, or even having casual conversation is, "Who is your competition?" Most times the idea of an evacuation/repatriation membership program is new to people. It's amazing how...

Body Scanners Chances are, you've heard about the full-body scanners that the TSA is rolling out across the country. This latest move from the TSA brings up three main concerns: health, privacy and security. Currently, there are two types of full-body scanners out there. One is a...

By: Roy Berger, MedjetAssist President/CEO I was just cleaning out some travel leftovers after the holiday season and came across these thoughts: -- TSA at the airport. Pat-downs vs. full body scanners: I'm at an airport almost every week. Been through my share of full body scanners...