NORAD / USNORTHCOM Tapes from 9/11 Now Posted Online

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The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and the United States Northern Command (NORTHCOM) have released a copy of their audio files, telephone conversations and situation room discussions, from the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.

Image of NORAD ShieldImage of the US Northern Command shield

The files are posted on this website:

http://www.GovernmentAttic.org

NORAD-USNORTHCOM_9-11_Tapes

The download link is here.

NEW NORAD – USNORTHCOM

9-11 audio recordings ­
Over 100 hours of audio recordings of various military communications channels on 9-11.
Made available in multiple mp3 files.
OPEN/DOWNLOAD THIS FILE FOR LIST OF FILES AND LINKS TO THE AUDIO FILES – [.zip files – posted 15-Apr-2008]

Copies of some of these audio files may have been available previously via peer to peer systems but this is the first time these have been posted in a readily accessible format online.

Vanity Fair did a story on these tapes a couple of years ago but only posted brief excerpts:

http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/features/2006/08/norad200608

There’s a Keith Olbermann MSNBC piece on YouTube that relies on some of the tapes, but presents only tiny but chilling excerpts:

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