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9/11 Commission E-mail about Outstanding Issues with the Defense Department from September 2003

9/11 Commission E-mail about Outstanding Issues with the Defense Department from September 2003

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9/11 Commission e-mail to the Department of Defense from September 2003 outlining seven outstanding issues to be resolved. For example, the commission was curious about missing recordings, military exercises and the people involved in conference calls on 9/11.
9/11 Commission e-mail to the Department of Defense from September 2003 outlining seven outstanding issues to be resolved. For example, the commission was curious about missing recordings, military exercises and the people involved in conference calls on 9/11.

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Mail::
INBOX:
DoD
Follow
Up &
Outstanding Documents
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Date:
Mon,
8 Sep
2003
13:00:25-0400
From:
Dana
Hyde
<dhyde@9-11
commission.gov>^?
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Per
our
conversation
Friday,
outlined
below
are
items that
are
either
outstanding
or
a
follow-
up
from documents we have received thus far. Thank you for your assistance if following upon these matters. Please
let me
know
if you
have
any
questions. Dana
(1
)
NORAD After-Action
Report(s)
(Request
No.
1-10):
In
response
to
this request (according
to the DoD
index),
DoDhas
submitted
Documents
#NCT0016262-16359
and
Document
#11166-11171(although
this
document
may be
mislabeled). We are seeking from NORAD ALL documents that could be fairly characterized as an after-action report.This would
includeall
documents
that
summarize,
analyze, evaluateor
discuss
NORAD's
responseto the
events
of
9/11.
It would also include all interviews with NORAD personnel that
were
involved in NORAD's air defense operation
on
9/11. If
there
are no
further documents from NORAD
that
fit
this description,
please
confirm
it to us in
writing.
(2)
NEADS
Transcript(Document
#NCT0000049-0000130):
This document
is atranscript
from
multiple
voice recorders
at
NEADS on
9/11.
For whatever reason, the transcript cuts off around 10:15 am. Our question is whether the tapesand/or
transcript continued
recording after
10:15
am, and if
not,
why
not.
If
there
are
recordings beyond
this point,
we
would like to receive a tape and/or transcript of them.
(3)
Col. Scott Materials (Request
No.
1-10):
We
spoke
to
Janet about this issue Friday afternoon
and
this morning.
I
understand that Col. Scott faxed
her
some materials over
the
weekend which
we
will
be
receiving soon. We'll await
the
delivery of those documents to assess whether this request has been completed.
(4)Atlantic City Fighters:
In the documents we have received thus far we have seen various cryptic references tofightersthat NORADmayhave scrambled(orattemptedto) out ofAtlantic City. Before requestingall of thedocuments
from
Atlantic City, we are looking to answer the basic question, "Did NORAD call upon fighters and/or other assets
from
Atlantic City on the morning of 9/11?" If so, then I will formulate a request for the Atlantic City documents we need. Ifnot, then
we
will
simply
seek
clarification
of
this issue
in our
interviews.
(5)
Rules
of
Engagement (Request
No.
1-5):
This request asked
for the
NORAD
ROE
concerning hijackings
in
effect
on9/11/0.
We neglected to ask for (and need) the ROEs in
effect
post-9/11.
Specifically, the New York Times and other
papers
reported
on
September
27,
2001
("A
Nation
Challenged:
The
Military; Generals
Given Power
to
Order Downing
of
Jets") that "President Bush had authorized two midlevel Air Force generals to order commercial airliners that threatenAmerican
cities
shot
down..."
We are
seeking
a\
related
to
this
change
n the
Rules
of
Engagement,
as
well
http://kinesis.swishmail.com./webmail/imp/message.php?Horde=4792316dd5a7a79315392b4...
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