Air Defense Failures

Why the Planes Were Not Intercepted on 9/11: The Wall Street Lawyer and the Special Ops Hijack Coordinator

Why were none of the four planes intercepted? Some of the most startling facts about the air defense failures have to do with the utter failure of communications between the agencies responsible for protecting the nation. At the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), two people stood out in this failed chain of communications. One was a lawyer on his first day at the job, and another was a Special Operations Commander who was never held responsible for his critical role, or even questioned about it.

Updates at History Commons

History Commons A large number of new entries have been added to the Complete 9/11 Timeline at History Commons. Most of these describe events from the day of 9/11 itself, although a few entries look...

Army Command Center at the Pentagon Planned to Hold Exercise in Week After 9/11 Based on a Plane Hitting the WTC

Army officers at the Pentagon were planning a training exercise that would take place less than a week after 9/11 and that would, extraordinarily, be based around the scenario of a plane crashing into...

Flight AA77 on 9/11: FDR Analysis Supports the Official Flight Path Leading to Impact with the Pentagon

Introduction The official narrative of the events which have become known as 9/11 includes descriptions of attacks on the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon by aircraft on 11 September, 2001. The towers were...

The Weird Factor

The panty bomber mystery deepens by Justin Raimondo January 11, 2010 Antiwar.com What I call the Weird Factor, for lack of a better name, seems to have become a permanent feature of our post-9/11 world, a dark and...

Amalgam Virgo Reveals Military Exercise Involving Suicide Pilot

New details of a NORAD exercise called Amalgam Virgo 01-02 have been found in a document at the National Archives. The exercise involved a suicide pilot attacking a military installation in the US. It...

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