Evening Edition: Making The Super Bowl Secure

The United States Department of Homeland security considers the Super Bowl a level one special event, meaning it combines both federal and local law enforcement in order to establish physical and cyber security. Hundreds of cameras and law enforcement agents, bomb sniffing dogs, helicopters and fighter jets all will be used to keep the big game safe. FOX’s John Saucier speaks with FOX’s Matt Finn, in Glendale, Arizona, about the amount of security at the game and his flight in an F-16 during a preparation drill.

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