Just last month, agents of the Transportation Security Administration at a Philadelphia airport found fireworks and explosive powder in a man's carry-on bag, prompting his arrest.
But for every critical discovery made by the TSA, there seems to be a bad-news story about the agency, be it a security breach - last week, a Newark, N.J. airport terminal was evacuated after a man walked past a security checkpoint to meet a relative on an arriving flight - or what some have criticized as overzealous screening procedures. Last February, a mother said she was "humiliated" when she felt she needed to pump breast milk in the open area of an airport bathroom in order for a TSA agent to permit her to get through security with her breast pumping equipment.
This week, "20/20? will take you behind the scenes of the airline industry and air travel on "Just Plane Crazy," airing Friday at 10 p.m ET. Tell us how you feel about the job that the TSA is doing by voting below.