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A look at how the world has changed since September 11   Day 1: Security concerns
Security concerns
Utilities, public facilities, and private businesses across Greater Boston have increased security. (Globe Staff Photos / David L. Ryan)
Security becomes a way
of life after September 11

As the year since Sept. 11 has unfolded, security has become the new norm in Greater Boston. It's hardly worth remarking on. But one year after Sept. 11, how secure are we really?
Chart: How security has changed

Hospitals begin to address shortcomings
The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, followed barely a month later by the anthrax panic, revealed weaknesses in the nation's health system, propelling a year of self-examination and new spending by medical centers and government.

 FROM THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
New officers stress training centers
Coast Guard takes on new roles
Experts say to continue being vigilant
Americans questioning some security restrictions
Engineers study tragedy to improve safety
Logan rebounds from disaster with new security
'Homeland security' is new mantra for marketers
Massport tries to shed image as patronage haven
Agency planned Sept. 11 plane crash exercise
Graphic: Catering to the security market
 MESSAGE BOARD
Is America a safer place today than it was one year ago? Have new security measures made you feel more confident? In your opinion, how likely is another terrorist attack on US soil?
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 CHAT TRANSCRIPT
Airport security: State Police Maj. Thomas Robbins, interim security director at Logan Airport, discussed security one year after the attacks.

 SEPTEMBER 11, 2001
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A look back at the day
 VICTIMS
Globe Staff Photo / David L. Ryan
A list of those lost




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