The fashion police at the Federal Air Marshals Service still don’t get it. But the Lakeland (Fl.) Ledger does. The paper weighs in with a scathing editorial about the dress code debacle here.
Meanwhile, I received a “supervisor’s Daily Airport Activity Report” dated 12/15/04, which shows how managers are forced to play clothes cops. Here’s an excerpt of the supervisor’s write-up after meeting with four pairs of air marshals:
FAM’s attired properly. Both exhibited a professional work attitude.
FAM’s dressed properly.
Both FAM’s were wearing suits and looked neat and clean.
Both FAM’s were wearing suits and overcoats. The team was professional in their attitude and very courteous.
Just what we need in our counterterror officials in the skies: cleanliness, courteousness, and professional overcoats. al Qaeda must be trembling at the thought.blog comments powered by Disqus
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