1) What happened to the Sky marshal
program? Were any sky marshals flying aboard airliners?
If not, when, and by whose authority, was the program
2) What deficiencies did the
FAA's red teams discover prior to 9-11 at Logan, Newark
and National Airport? What percentage of simulated weapons
were detected in these tests? Were the airlines informed?
What measures did the airlines, airports and security
services take to remedy these deficiencies prior to
3) Were the cockpits locked?
If so, How did the hijackers gain entry to the cockpits?
Were the keys to
the cockpits kept in the first class cabin so as to
provide convenient access to the flight crew? If so,
what measures were taken to prevent the passengers from
taking the keys and using them to hijack the planes?
Supervising pilots, operations officers
and security officers for American and United Airlines
and FAA inspectors on 9-11.
CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION:
FAA reports of ground controllers
on 911 Tape recordings of cell phone calls from Betty
Ong and other flight attendants on hijacked flights.
NSA intercepts of all communications
from those flights.
FBI reports of autopsies on pilots
and passengers to determine whether any guns or poison
sprays were used (both were reported in preliminary
FAA report, though the gun report was later attributed
to an error).
FBI report of all weapons
found at the crash site at te Pentagon and Shanksville.
FBI analysis of status of cockpit doors recovered at
crash sites and locations of cockpit keys.
Recordings from recovered voice
recorders and black boxes on Flight 93.