@Charred - Pilots get hit hard with that stuff. I read somewhere that they get the equivalent of one X-ray for every few hours in flight. Consider the fact that many pilots log hundreds of thousands of hours in flight time and you know the risks they take to fly. I’ve heard that pilots in Europe usually die from cancer. Pilots certainly have a lot more to worry about than the passengers who are up in a tizzy over the tiny bits of radiation they get from body scanners. It’s something to think about if you plan on becoming a commercial pilot.