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很急!!請英文很強的幫忙一下 "

One task of airport security is to prevent hijacks by screening passengers and keeping anything that could be used as a weapon (even smaller objects like nail clippers and boxcutters, for example) off aircraft.

Aircraft hijacking (also known as Skyjacking) is the take-over of an aircraft, by a person or group, usually armed. Unlike the hijacking of land vehicles, it is usually not perpetrated in order to rob the cargo. Rather, most aircraft hijackings are committed to use the passengers as hostages in an effort to either obtain transport to a given location, or, as in the case of the American planes that were hijacked to Cuba during the 1970s, the release of comrades being held in prison. Another common motive is publicity for some cause or grievance. In the September 11, 2001 attacks, the use of hijacked planes as suicide missiles changed the way hijacking was perceived as a security threat — though similar usages had apparently been attempted by Samuel Byck in 1974 and on Air France Flight 8969 in 1994.

以上是有關劫機的英文由來,雖然我看得懂

可是本身不太會翻,但身邊沒有可以整句翻意的工具

但這報告星期五就要了>"<

麻煩可以的人幫忙說個大概可以嗎@@

就講大概就可以了~謝謝>"<!!!!

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  • 匿名使用者
    1 0 年前
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    One task of airport security is to prevent hijacks by screening passengers and keeping anything that could be used as a weapon (even smaller objects like nail clippers and boxcutters, for example) off aircraft.

    機場保安的其中一個任務是透過過濾檢查旅客及防止一些可能成為劫機工具的物品(就算像指甲剪、美工刀這麼小的物品)進入機艙來防止劫機的發生。

    Aircraft hijacking (also known as Skyjacking) is the take-over of an aircraft, by a person or group, usually armed.

    劫機的定義是由一個人或者一群人武力取代本來的機組員來控制飛機,一般都是在有攜帶武器的情況下進行。

    Unlike the hijacking of land vehicles, it is usually not perpetrated in order to rob the cargo.

    跟陸地上劫車的不一樣,一般不需要滲透於旅客裡才可以搶劫貨物。

    Rather, most aircraft hijackings are committed to use the passengers as hostages in an effort to either obtain transport to a given location, or, as in the case of the American planes that were hijacked to Cuba during the 1970s, the release of comrades being held in prison.

    劫機則不大一樣,大多數的劫機都利用了飛機上的乘客作為人質來取得運送

    到一個指定的地方,或者像1970年代美國的飛機被劫機到古巴的事件,被用作向美國政府爭取同黨從監獄釋放的條件。

    Another common motive is publicity for some cause or grievance. In the September 11, 2001 attacks, the use of hijacked planes as suicide missiles changed the way hijacking was perceived as a security threat — though similar usages had apparently been attempted by Samuel Byck in 1974 and on Air France Flight 8969 in 1994.

    其他常見的動機就是在某件事情上或訴求上,希望爭取公眾的注意。在2001年的911攻擊,劫機者使用飛機作為自殺式的飛彈改變了空中保安的思考模式,雖然類似的攻擊很明顯在 1974年 Samuel Byck 以及 1994年法國航空在班機8969上曾經被嘗試過。

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  • 1 0 年前

    機場維安中的一項工作就是透過乘客檢查及阻止所有可做為武器的東西 (甚至像剪指甲刀及美工刀之類的小東西) 帶上飛機, 以防止劫機.

    所謂劫機意指個人或數人, 通常備有武力裝備的狀況下, 強制接管飛機.

    它不像陸上車輛的劫持, 並非以搶奪貨物為犯罪目的. 大部份的劫機會利用乘客作為人質, 以移至想往的其他區域. 就如1970年美國飛機被劫持至古巴的事件來說, 即要求釋放被拘禁於監獄的同伴. 另一動機則通常是因為某些原因的冤情, 於2001年九月11日的劫機, 如炸彈式的自殺攻擊改變了劫機的方式. 雖然於1974年Samuel Buck及1994年法國航空8969班機曾發生類似情況, 但此仍被視為安全的一大威脅.

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