Denver Int'l's Eagle-Eyed Screeners Keep Flying Safe

The items represent another day's work for several dozen early-shift Transportation Security Administration officers who act as a vital line of defense at the nation's sixth-busiest airport.

It means Papp can work on a remodeling project, paint or play the guitar.

And it means Shaeffer can fix dinner for his wife before she gets home from work.

After a nap, of course.

"I try to stay awake long enough to read the funnies," he says, grinning. "But usually I don't make it that long. I'm usually pretty beat."

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