FILE - This combination of undated file photos provided by the Transportation 

FILE - This combination of undated file photos provided by the Transportation Security Administration show images from airport body scans using backscatter advanced image X-ray technology, left, and newer millimeter wave technology, right, that produces a cartoon-like outline. Frustration is growing among small airport managers outraged that the newer millimeter wave scanners, that produces a cartoon-like outline of the body, are being hauled away and sent to bigger facilities that haven’t yet upgraded older machines criticized for showing too much anatomy. (AP Photo/Transportation Security Administration, File)
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FILE - This combination of undated file photos provided by the Transportation Security Administration show images from airport body scans using backscatter advanced image X-ray technology, left, and newer millimeter wave technology, right, that produces a cartoon-like outline. Frustration is growing among small airport managers outraged that the newer millimeter wave scanners, that produces a cartoon-like outline of the body, are being hauled away and sent to bigger facilities that haven’t yet upgraded older machines criticized for showing too much anatomy. (AP Photo/Transportation Security Administration, File)
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