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Army of security specialists in place for historic day

'Public safety Super Bowl' a challenge

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / January 16, 2009

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WASHINGTON - Potomac River crossings will be closed for the first time since the Civil War. A state-of-the-art network of surveillance cameras and thermal imaging sensors will monitor the enormous crowds. Military units will be on standby to respond to a chemical or biological attack. (Full article: 959 words)

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