Wednesday, February 09, 2005

Wargames on 9/11 Paralyzed Attempts to Intercept Planes

"Is this real world or an exercise?"
Col. Robert K. Marr Jr, Northeast Air Defense Sector

"We have reports of 11 aircraft off course..."
FAA Administrator Jane Garvey

“We didn't know how many more there were...”
Lt. Col. William E. Glover Jr., NORAD Air Defense Operations

During the morning of 9/11 five U.S. sponsored war games were taking place, some involving “live-fly” exercises where actual aircraft were simulating the behavior of hijacked airliners in real life, which paralyzed the FAA, NORAD and the Air Force from using the same Standard Operating Procedure they had applied between 09/00 and 06/01 when they successfully launched fighters on 67 occasions to escort wayward aircraft (FAA 08/09/02).

On 9/11 most Interceptors from the NE were in Canada & Alaska for wargames and hijacking exercises were confused with real flights on radar. With as many as 22 hijacked planes of undetermined origin on radar, interception was impossible for the 8 remaining fighters in the NE.

Former LAPD investigator, Michael Ruppert, has written CROSSING THE RUBICON, The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil, a real-life detective story that presents well researched accounts of 
how wargames and other uninvestigated activities affected events on 9/11. CROSSING THE RUBICON can be found at Amazon & many other book stores.


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