Super Bowl Security Hinges on ‘Planning, Preparation, and Partnerships’

Twenty-five entities within the Department of Homeland Security have contributed nearly 600 personnel to beef up security for Super Bowl LIII at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta this weekend.

Precautions include enforcement of no-fly zone for 30 miles around the stadium on game day, radiological and explosive screening of incoming trucks delivering all the kickoff necessities, and making sure rapid response teams are ready to rappel into the stadium or other venues within the city at a moment’s notice.

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Jacob Worek