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T7 B19 MFR Excerpts Fdr- Entire Contents- Team 7 MFR Excerpts 586

T7 B19 MFR Excerpts Fdr- Entire Contents- Team 7 MFR Excerpts 586

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TABLE
OF
CONTENTS
(3/17/2004)
A:
MFR:
FOLLOW-UP
l.TODO
2.
DOCUMENTS
3.
QUESTIONS
B:
MFR
ROUND-UP
BY
ISSUE
1.
Aircraft
as weapons/Suicide hijacking/Suicide Terrorism
2.
Airlines3.
After
Action Reports
4.
AVSEC
in
general (Pre
9-11)
5.
AVSEC today6.
Bin
Laden Flights
Out7.
CAPPSI
8.
CAPPSII
9.
Checkpoint Screening10.Cockpit Doors
11.
Cockpit Keys
12.
Context
13.
Common Strategy14.
Congressional
15. Dulles Airport
16.
Emergency
Protocol/Exercises
(9-11)
17.
Experts
18. FAA Leadership/Priorities
19.
Family Questions20. Federal
Air
Marshal
21.
Federal Bureau of Investigation
22.
Fines
23.
Flight Schools24. Hijacker Surveillance
25.
Intelligence
26.
Knives
27.
Logan Airport
28. Moussaoui
29.
Newark Airport
30.
Pilot Training
Sl.Rulemaking
32. Suspicious Activity Reporting
33.
Threat Evaluation
34.
Threat
Response &
Risk Management
Pre 9-11
35.
Veil
of
Mystery
36.Watchlist
 
C.9-11
1.
Calls
2.
Cockpit Notification
3.
Contacting
the
Military
4.
Emergency
Protocol/Response
5. FAA
Leadership
6. Gun Story7. Other Plots
8.
Reverse Screening
9. Situational
Awareness
D.
RECOMMENDATIONS
 
A;
MFR;
FOLLOW-UPTASKS TO DO
(Subject
to Prioritization)
U]
Stevens
said
that security violations levied against American, like all other carriers,
were
loggedin theWEBAIRS database whichhasbeen archived. (GET THESETOASSESS
THE
AIRLINES)UNDERWOOD: [U] Underwood said that there was a department-wide emergencyresponse exercisetwoweeks before
9-11.
Heindicated that
after
theCole bombing therewas ahigher senseofalert,andthatthe
feeling
in thesummerof2001wasthatsomething might be going on in the Middle East
NEWARK:
We have not interviewed the security manager at Newark (Susan Baer was
the
General Manager). Security manager,
Bob
CodyTeam 2:
Manno
mentioned the Interagency Intelligence Committee on Terrorism which
w
r
as
a
forum
for the
1C
andnon-IC
agencies
to
meet
and
share information
and
assessments. The IICT did produce written threat assessments. (DID WE GET THESE)
United
Airlines:
IV ED
BALLENGERFederal Air Marshal: As per SULLIVAN: [U] Federal Air Marshals
have
a
chat
room onthe Internet called a FAM BOARD. He says the
cite
is publicly accessible and gives
information
about security that terroristsandother criminals
don't
needtoknow.Mr.
Sullivan
will provide the URL for us. (Check site and see if this is a problem)United: STUDDERT: He remembers that Craig
Parfitt
of AAL and Mike Barber of UALwere talking back and
forth.
(DID WE GET THESE DATA POINTS)TSA/KORMANN—Show him the 1993
ICF
mentioning
aircraft
as a weapon.TSA/KORMANN—Give
him the
name
ofthej
[
TSA/KORMANN—Have
him
check
out
the
name
of]
|
AA/UA:
Prior to 9-11 someone taking pictures of the cockpit would not have been
alarmingor
suspicious.
The
company's jump seat policy
was
und<6r
the
jurisdiction
of the
Vice President
of
Flight. (GET
THE
POLICY)
\
AA:
American:
He
remembers that Craig
Parfitt
of AAL and Mjke
Barber
of UAL
were
talking
back and
forth.
(FIND OUT ABOUT THIS CONVERSATION)
9/11 Personal Privacy

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