Security improvements begin at Atlanta's airport

Security officials at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport outlined plans to spend millions to bolster the fence protecting five runways.

At the top of the fence, workers are installing razor wire, 2 feet of it looped in circles.

FOX 5 News was first to report about the security enhancement which officials said was accelerated after two breaches earlier this year.

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One intruder, who stripped naked, made national headlines because he was able to get all the way to a plane before police could remove him.

The physical changes are slated to be done by the end of the year.

Security Manager Jan Lennon said they will also add a technology component. She did not say whether the decision has been made about what that would be.

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