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By Michael Henrich

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Sept. 22, 2014) — The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is teaming up with the Indianapolis International Airport this week to record an active shooter training video.

Airport officials said certain areas of the terminal will be cordoned off from Monday through Sept. 28, although they’re expecting little to no impact on travelers.

The active shooter response video will be used to help train airport security teams across the country upon its completion.

Shooting the video in Indianapolis provides a big benefit to the airport, officials said.  The video shoot gives its security teams an opportunity to participate in “effective training scenarios.”