Posts Tagged ‘air defense’

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Well at such a situation, he was obliged to contact, get approval. This is where this operator makes the mistake; but at that moment, his communication system was apparently disrupted – whether because of jamming systems or the high traffic. For that reason, he fails to contact [his commanders]. He had 10 seconds to decide; he could hit or not hit [the target]. Under such circumstances, he decides to make that bad decision; he engages, the missile is fired, and the plane is hit at this place.

IRGC Releases Details of Accidental Downing of Ukrainian Plane

 

Deliberate radio jamming may have contributed to this tragedy and be a larger factor than is stated.

 

 

 

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Kevin Ryan is meticulous, analytical and a longstanding expert on the September 11th attacks.  What’s more he paid a price for questioning the official claims, and he lost his job at Underwriters Laboratory for disputing claims about the World Trade Center steel construction beams.  His new book is one to take seriously.

Here is an article concerning NORAD and the ever-changing story of how they allowed 4 planes to attack their targets unhindered.

The Case Against Ralph Eberhart, NORAD’s 9/11 Commander

“The fourth and final story from NORAD was the official account given by the 9/11 Commission Report, now supported by NORAD.  In this explanation NORAD received “no advance notice” on any of the last three hijacked airliners.[11]  Instead of 20 minutes’ notice on Flight 175, and 14 minutes’ notice on Flight 77, and 47 minutes’ notice on Flight 93, we were told that NORAD was not notified about any of them until it was too late.  The military was off the hook entirely.

All the evidence for notifications and response, which had constituted the official account for nearly three years, had been thrown out the window.  In place of these documents and testimonies, new explanations were given for why the scrambled aircraft never reached the hijacked airliners. These included unbelievable claims of communication failures and misdirection of the scrambled jets, as well as the introduction of a never-before mentioned “Phantom 11” scenario.[12]”

…FAA official Laura Brown wrote a memo to the 9/11 Commission in which she stated that FAA shared “real-time information” with NORAD about “loss of communication with aircraft, loss of transponder signals, unauthorized changes in course, and other actions being taken by all the flights of interest, including Flight 77.”[14]