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AA77- Passagierliste 04 Oct 2009 18:22 #366

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American Airlines Flight 77:(without Hijackers)

A Boeing 757 en route from Dulles Airport near Washington to Los Angeles.
The plane was carrying 58 passengers, four flight attendants and two pilots.
It crashed into the Pentagon about 9:40 a.m.

Crew:
CAPTAIN CHARLES BURLINGAME, 51, pilot, graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy,
flew fighter planes off the U.S.S. Saratoga.
DAVID CHARLEBOIS, Washington, D.C., first officer
MICHELLE HEIDENBERGER, 57, Chevy Chase, Md., flight attendant.
JENNIFER LEWIS, 38, Culpepper, Va., flight attendant
KENNETH LEWIS, 49, Culpepper, Va., flight attendant
RENEE MAY, 39, Baltimore, Md., flight attendant
Passengers:
DR. PAUL AMBROSE, 32, physician.
YEMEN BETRU, 35, Burbank, Calif., director of medical affairs for hospital
services company IPC
M.J. BOOTH
BERNARD BROWN, 11, student, Leckie Elementary School in Washington
SUZANNE CALLEY, 42, San Martin, Calif., employee of Cisco Systems Inc.
WILLIAM CASWELL, 54, Silver Spring, Md., physicist, Navy
SARAH CLARK, 65, Columbia, Md., sixth-grade teacher, Backus Middle School in
Washington
ZANDRA COOPER, Annandale, Va.
ASIA COTTOM, 11, student at Backus Elementary School in Washington, D.C.
JAMES DEBEUNEURE, 58, Upper Marlboro, Md., fifth-grade teacher at Ketcham
Elementary School in Washington, D.C.
RODNEY DICKENS, 11, student, Ketcham Elementary School in Washington, D.C.
EDDIE DILLARD
CHARLES DROZ, 52, Springfield, Va., vice president for software development,
EM Solutions Inc.
BARBARA G. EDWARDS, 58, Las Vegas, school teacher at Palo Verde High School
in Las Vegas
CHARLES S. FALKENBERG, 45, University Park, Md., director of research at
ECOlogic Corp., in Herndon, Va.
DANA FALKENBERG, 3, University Park, Md.
ZOE FALKENBERG, 8, University Park, Md.
JAMES JOE FERGUSON, 39, District of Columbia, education outreach director of
National Geographic Society
WILLIAM "BUD" FLAGG, Millwood, Va., retired Navy admiral and pilot for
American Airlines
DARLENE "DEE" FLAGG, Millwood, Va.
RICHARD P. GABRIEL SR., 54, Great Falls, Va., managing partner, Stratin
Consulting
IAN GRAY, 55, Washington, D.C., president of healthcare consulting firm
STANLEY HALL, 68, Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., Raytheon Co.
BRYAN JACK, 48, Alexandria, Va., senior executive at Defense Department
STEVEN D. "JAKE" JACOBY, 43, Alexandria, Va., chief operating officer,
Metrocall Inc.
ANN JUDGE, 49, Great Falls, Va., travel officer manager, National Geographic
Society
CHANDLER KELLER, 29, of El Segundo, Calif., was a propulsion engineer for
Boeing Satellite Systems and got married last year. Chandler's parents,
Richard and Kathy, live in Del Mar.
YVONNE KENNEDY
NORMA KHAN, 45, Reston, Va., manager of a nonprofit organization
KAREN A. KINCAID, 40, lawyer with the Washington, D.C. law firm of Wiley
Rein & Fielding.
DONG LEE, 48, Leesburg, Va., engineer, Boeing Inc.
DORA MENCHACA, 45, Santa Monica, Calif., associate director of clinical
research for biotech firm
CHRISTOPHER NEWTON, 38, Arlington, Va., executive, Work Life Benefits
BARBARA OLSON, 45, was the wife of U.S. Solicitor General Theodore Olson.
She was aboard American Flight 77 from Dulles International Airport when it
crashed into the Pentagon. She twice called her husband as the plane was
being hijacked and described some details, including that the attackers were
using knife-like instruments. Barbara Olson was a chief investigator for the
House Government Reform Committee in the mid-1990s. She later became a
lawyer on the staff of Senate Minority Whip Don Nickles, before branching
out on her own as a TV commentator and private lawyer. She was a frequent
critic of the Clinton administration and wrote a book about Hillary Rodham
Clinton.
RUBEN ORNEDO, 39, Los Angeles, Boeing propulsion engineer
ROBERT PENNIGER, a 63-year-old electrical engineer, worked for defense
contractor BAE Systems in Rancho Bernardo, San Diego. Neighbors say that
Penninger and his wife, Janet, loved to take motorcycle trips together. They
have one daughter, Karen. Penninger has worked for BAE Systems in Rancho
Bernardo for the past 11 years.
ROBERT R. PLOGER III, 59, Annandale, Va., software architect, Lockheed
Martin Corp.
LISA RAINES, 42, senior vice president of biotechnology firm
TODD REUBEN, 40, Potomac, Md., Washington tax and business lawyer
JOHN SAMMARTINO, 37, Annandale, Va., technical manager, XonTech Inc.
YANG SHUYIN, Beijing, China
DIANE SIMMONS
GEORGE SIMMONS
MARI RAE SOPPER, 35, Santa Barbara, Calif., women's gymnastics coash,
UC-Santa Barbara
BOB SPEISMAN, 47, Irvington, N.Y., diamond industry salesman
NORMA LANG STEUERLE, 54, Alexandria, Va.
HILDA TAYLOR, sixth grade teacher at Leckie Elementary School in Washington
LEONARD TAYLOR, 44, Reston, Va., technical group manager, XonTech Inc.
SANDRA TEAGUE, 31, a physical therapist at Georgetown University Hospital in
Washington
LESLIE A. WHITTINGTON, 45, University Park, Md., Georgetown University
professor.
JOHN YAMNICKY, 71, Waldorf, Md.
VICKI YANCEY, 44, Springfield, Va., employee of defense contractor
Vredenburg
ZHENG YUGUAG, Beijing, China

Quelle:
www.rense.com/general21/pass.htm
Ein ernüchternder Gedanke, daß man zur Strafverfolgung eines Ladendiebs bessere Beweise braucht als dazu, einen Weltkrieg anzufangen. Anthony Scrivener
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Aw: AA77- Passagierliste 04 Oct 2009 18:32 #369

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Teile der Fax-Passagierliste auf die sich angeblich der Boston Globe am 14.09.2001 bezog:

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Zu finden auch hier:
www.flickr.com/photos/911archiv/
Ein ernüchternder Gedanke, daß man zur Strafverfolgung eines Ladendiebs bessere Beweise braucht als dazu, einen Weltkrieg anzufangen. Anthony Scrivener
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Aw: AA77- Passagierliste 12 Feb 2010 07:52 #464

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Surprising number of passengers on Flight AA77 that allegedly hit the Pentagon had military connections
Posted by inthesenewtimes on February 10, 2010


1. John D. Yamnicky Sr., 71, from Waldorf (Maryland), was on a business trip on American Airlines Flight 77. He was a retired naval aviator, who retired as Captain in 1979 when he joined Veridian Corp., a Virginia-based military contractor, where he worked on fighter aircraft and air-to-air missile programmes. His son, John Yamnicky, said his father worked on the development of the F/A-18 fighter jet. After graduating from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1952, John Yamnicky Sr. became a Navy test pilot, flying an A-4 attack plane and would sometimes tell stories of his travels and Navy service in Korea and Vietnam. “He crash-landed five times and walked away from them each,” said Cindy Sharpley, a friend of the family. “But not this last one.” (AP, 2001)
He graduated from the Navy Test Pilot School at Patuxent River in 1960 and also obtained a Master’s Degree in international relations from George Washington University in 1966. He was promoted to Captain in 1971; he spent years on bases and aircraft carriers, first as a naval aviator, then as director of the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School at the Patuxent River Naval Air Station in Maryland and finally as a manager of various aircraft and weapons programmes for the Department of Defense.

2. William E. Caswell, born in Boston (Massachusetts) in 1947, was a third-generation physicist whose work at the Navy was so classified that his family knew very little about what he did each day. They don’t even know exactly why he was headed to Los Angeles on the doomed American Airlines Flight 77. “It was a trip he often took,” said his mother, Jean Caswell. “We never knew what he was doing there because he couldn’t say. You just learn not to ask questions.” [2]
In a Princeton University publication, his thesis director stated that, in the 80’s, when he learned that the US Navy was looking for a scientific expert for a classified project involving advanced technology, he submitted Bill Caswell’s name. «I didn’t take part in his daily work, although on all counts it was still related to his thesis : in no time he climbed to a top post to head a team of more than one hundred researchers in one of the most exacting branches of the US Navy.» His technical and managerial skills were appreciated by all his colleagues and earned him the highest rewards and distinctions from the U.S. Navy. In a twist of fate, it was precisely for this project that he was travelling on Flight AA77 and ultimately perished in the crash.

3. and 4. Wilson Falor “Bud” Flagg, 63, born in Millwood (Virginia), was a Rear Admiral in the US Navy and a pilot for American Airlines until his retirement. He was one of the three admirals censored by the US Navy in the context of the Tailhook conference scandal in 1991, relating to acts of sexual violence. His wife Darleen, also 63, died in the crash with him.
The Tailhook incident effectively ended his further advancement and prompted him to leave the Navy to join American Airlines. According to his nephew Ray Sellek, Flagg continued to pay frequent visits to the Pentagon to provide technical advice, and even had an office there.

5. Stanley Hall, 68, was from Rancho Palos Verde (California). He was director of programme management for Raytheon Electronics Warfare. “He was our dean of electronic warfare”, explained one his colleagues at Raytheon, a Defense Department supplier. Hall had developed and fine-tuned antiradar technologies. He was a sober and competent man, somewhat of a paternal figure. «Many of our young engineers considered him their mentor», declared Raytheon’s spokesperson Ron Colman.

6. Bryan C. Jack, 48, from Alexandria (Virginia), was responsible for crunching America’s defense budget. He headed the Pentagon’s programming and fiscal economics division. He was on his way to California to teach a course at the Naval Postgraduate School. His colleagues said he was a brilliant mathematician and top budget analyst. He had worked at the Pentagon for 23 years.
Jack had married artist Barbara Rachko in June 2001. She worked all week in her New York studio and they would only see each other on weekends, either at their Alexandria house or at their New York appartment. Barbara Rachko is a licensed commercial pilot and worked seven years as a naval officer. She was no longer on active duty but still served as US Navy reserve commander.

7. Keller, Chandler ‘Chad’ Raymond. Chad was born in Manhattan Beach (California) on October 8, 1971. He was an eminent engineer specialized in propulsion technologies and project manager at Boeing Satellite Systems. [3]

8. Dong Lee, 48, from Leesburg (Virginia), worked for Boeing Co. as an engineer.

9. Ruben Ornedo, 39, from Los Angeles (California), was a propulsion engineer at the Boeing Comany in El Segundo (California).

10. Robert Penninger, 63, from Poway (California), worked as an electrical engineer for BAE systems, a Defense Department supplier.

11. and 12. Robert R. Ploger III, 59, from Annandale (Virginia), was a software architect at Lockheed Martin Corp., and his wife Zandra Cooper.

13. John Sammartino, 37, from Annandale (Virginia), was technical manager at XonTech Inc. in Arlington (Virginia), a research and development firm linked to the military sector and specialized in defense missiles and sensor technologies. It was bought in 2003 by Northrop Grumman, another company that produces for the military. The holder of an AA Platinum card, Sammartino was an assiduous traveller and was headed for Los Angeles to attend a conference at the Van Nuys company, together with his colleage Leonard Taylor. After graduating from University, Sammartino had been hired as an engineer by the Naval Research Lab ; he had worked for XonTech Inc. for 11 years.

14. Leonard Taylor, 44, was technical group manager at XonTech Inc. He was born in Pasadena (California) and lived in Reston (Virginia). He graduated from Andover High Scool in 1975 and from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 1979. [4]

15. Vicky Yancey, 43, from Springfield (Virginia), was going to attend a business meeting in Reno, but hadn’t planned to be on Flight AA77. Yancey, a former naval electronics technician, worked for the Vredenburg company, a Defense Department supplier. She had intended to leave Washington earlier but her departure was delayed due to a ticket problem, as her husband explained to the Washington Post. She called her husband ten minutes after boarding to let him know that she had finally managed to get a seat on the flight. [5]

16. Charles F. Burlingame III, 52, graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1971 ; he was flight commander of AA Flight 77. Burlingame was a naval reserve officer and had even worked in the Pentagon wing that was struck by the plane [according to the official version, Note by the editor].

17. Barbara K. Olson, 45, was a conservative lawyer and commentator. She was known to television viewers as a self-assured, politically active journalist who represented the conservative mindset. In the Washington social and political landscape, she and her husband, Theodore B. Olson, formed a very influential couple. Theodore Olson was a high-profile lawyer who had successfully defended George W. Bush’s disputed Florida election before the Supreme Court. President Bush named Olson to the post of US Attorney General, entrusting him with the responsibility of shaping the Administration’s strategy vis-à-vis US courts.
The story of the telephone call is indeed very odd. Mr. Olson claimed that while he was in his office at the Department of Justice on Tuesday morning, he received a call from his wife allegedly made from a cell phone on board flight AA77 to tell him that the plane had been hijacked. This version was reprobated considering that it was impossible to use a cell phone from a plane. In a subsequent, modified version Barbara Olson was supposed to have used a passenger seat-phone. But as reported in another Voltaire Networkarticle, there is no record of any such call.
Married for 4 years, the Olsons were perfectly complementary in terms of style. As a television commentator, she was the more outspoken of the two, while he kept a low profile in consonance with his role as a constitutional lawyer in charge of the Republican establishment.
Barbara Olson was one of Bill and Hillary Clinton’s most relentless critics, against whom she conducted merciless investigations. Among other things, she wrote a book titled Hell to Pay (Regnery 1999), in which she disparages Hillary Clinton, followed by another one titled Final Days (Regnery, 2001), which was published posthumously. [6]

18. Karen Kincaid, 40, from Wahington D.C. A native of Iowa, she was a lawyer with the Washington firm of Wiley Rein & Fielding, specializing in communications legislation. She was on her way to Los Angeles to attend a conference on the wireless communications industry. With her husband of five years, Peter Batacan, also a lawyer working for another firm, Kincaid was training to take part in the upcoming Marine Corps Marathon scheduled for October 28.
Wiley Rein & Fielding is a powerful legal outift working for the Republican camp, that was involved in the vast legal action that helped Bush and Cheney overcome the controversial period of the post-2000 elections and which constituted an essential tool for the defense of «white collar» criminal cases.

19. Steven ‘Jake’ Jacoby, 43, was a vice president and chief operating officer of a paging and wireless messaging service called Metrocall Inc., based in Alexandria (Virginia), which ranks as the second largest paging company in the United States. « The fact that Metrocall’s technical operating network continued to function and provide critical communications during this horrific event was a tribute to Jake”, said Co-worker Vice Kelly, Chief Financial Officer. In his last positon, Jacoby supervised the development of a multiple-frequency wireless messaging system for emergency worker and medical field use. It was Metrocall that supplied the equipment used by emergency responders who were on the scene in New York and Washington on 9/11 …


Quelle:
inthesenewtimes.com/2010/02/10/surprisin...ilitary-connections/
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Aw: AA77- Passagierliste 26 Sep 2010 12:28 #1010

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Passagierliste ist nun auch Teil unseres "9/11 Wiki" und bedarf weiterer Kommentierung, z.B. hinsichtlich der Tatsache, das Hanji Hanjour lt. FBI-Sprecher vom 15.09.2001 nicht auf dieser aufgeführt war, dann aber Jahre später auf diesem FAX als Passagier genannt ist:

smoking-guns.info/index.php?title=American_Airlines_77


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The basic rule of false flag and other disinfo operations is that, if you can keep your basic story in the forefront of the media for three clear days, it doesn't matter what is said after that: everyone will remember the original story as the truth. But this was before the days of the Internet.
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Aw: AA77- Passagierliste 27 Sep 2010 16:20 #1021

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Red Dwarf schrieb:
Passagierliste ist nun auch Teil unseres "9/11 Wiki" und bedarf weiterer Kommentierung, z.B. hinsichtlich der Tatsache, das Hanji Hanjour lt. FBI-Sprecher vom 15.09.2001 nicht auf dieser aufgeführt war, dann aber Jahre später auf diesem FAX als Passagier genannt ist:

smoking-guns.info/index.php?title=American_Airlines_77


RD

Für das Wiki:
Hier die originale Quelle dazu, WP v. 16.09.01:
www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/nation/gra...ttack/hijackers.html

Hani Hanjour
Obtained a commercial pilot's license in April 1999 from the Federal Aviation Administration. The license expired six months later because he failed to complete a required medical exam. In 1996, he received flight training for a few months at a private school in Scottsdale, Ariz., but did not finish the course because his instructors thought he was not proficient enough. He listed his address as a post office box in Taife, Saudi Arabia, but he also has been linked to addresses in San Diego and Hollywood, Fla. His name was not on the American Airlines manifest for the flight because he may not have had a ticket.



Hier stellt sich natürlich rein logisch die Frage, wieso man am 15.09. plötzlich wusste, daß er an Bord der Aa77 war, wenn sich sein Name weder auf dem Passenger Manifest, noch auf der Boardingliste befand. Ohne Ticket/Boardingkarte dürfte man zudem auch im Jahre 2001 schwerlich an Bord eines Linienfluges gelangt sein.
Weiterhin stellt sich die Frage, wieso Hanjour dann 3 Jahre später in der in "Perfect Soldiers" veröffentlichten und 2006 vom FBI als Beweis aufgeführten Passagierliste auftaucht.


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The basic rule of false flag and other disinfo operations is that, if you can keep your basic story in the forefront of the media for three clear days, it doesn't matter what is said after that: everyone will remember the original story as the truth. But this was before the days of the Internet.
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Aw: AA77- Passagierliste 13 Jul 2011 09:00 #2036

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Wie ist es möglich, dass im Jahr 2001 die Washington Post schreibt, dass
Hanjour ist nicht auf der Passagierliste, aber 5 Jahre später seinen Namen
steht auf der Liste, die vom FBI veröffentlicht wurde?

In meinem Verständnis eine der Informationen muss einfach falsch sein.
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