NORAD Live and Uncut

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by Dylan Avery
Posted August 31, 2007 at Loosechange911.blogspot.com

Image of NORAD war room
NORAD war room

In August, 2006, Michael Bronner, a writer for Vanity Fair Magazine, received 30 hours of audiotape from the Northeast Air Defense Sector that chronicled their response on 9/11. Mr. Bronner released 10 minutes of audio from them in MP3 format.

In August, 2007, we received 120 hours of audiotape, and are proud to release them in their entirety to the public.

There are 18 WAV files, each one approximately 180 megabytes in size and six hours in length. To download them, you will need a Bittorrent program. BitLord is recommended for PC and Azureus is recommended for Mac.

Download the torrent file here: www.loosechange911.com/download/NORAD/NORAD.torrent

Many thanks to NORAD for sending us this material.

Source URL: http://loosechange911.blogspot.com/2007/08/norad-live-and-uncut.html

 

Editor’s Note:
Bravo, Dylan. Thanks for pursuing getting these, and now making available to the public.

 

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