I know it's CNN but I needed some cheering up, is this start of a change of attitude for the better? Got to start somewhere, right? For the longest time I'm so use to hearing TSA point to ghosts in every corner 'Tarrawrist' could pretend to be a pilot, pretend to be elderly, disable, a child, pregnant woman, etc. Pretend to be a military person-but does this meant they are NOT saying the latter? I admit I don't know what "expedited" means in this case or a group that "likelihood to pose no risk" will play out, but false hope is still hope. http://www.cnn.com/2011/11/15/travel/military-airport-screening/index.html?hpt=hp_bn13 Expedited airport screening for military in the works "As part of our risk-based security initiative, we're trying to identify those groups of people that in all likelihood pose no risk. We've been working with the military Department of Defense to try to assess how we can read the military ID cards," Pistole said.