Hit Pentagon to kill wargamers ...

Why the Pentagon?

assuming that it is INCORRECT that ARABS who flew a passenger jet into the pentagon, it is likely that:

The Pentagon was hit intentionally, and precisely to kill the "right" people:


Lets start with SENIOR people:

Gerald P. Fisher, 57, Potomac, Maryland, Booz-Allen & Hamilton Inc.
Confirmed dead, Pentagon, at/in building

Booz Allen is unique among elite strategy consulting firms in having a large government business—a business that goes back to work Ed Booz conducted for the U.S. Navy in 1940.
Historically, we’ve kept our commercial and government work separate. This is changing, and will change even more, this year and beyond. Our government clients want the benefit of commercial “best practices,” while our corporate clients want the special expertise we’ve developed through our government work—in areas as diverse as information security, space, wargaming, transportation, and ... source

Hear, hear! Private Wargames... computers ... old Navy connections ..

Capt. Lawrence Daniel Getzfred, 57, Elgin, Nebraska, U.S. Navy
Confirmed dead, Pentagon, at/in building

good research:


this research NEEDS WORK! I started a WIKI page for every WargamePentagonVictim


PLEASE HELP WITH THE WORK of researching the victims and their functions.

Vedy Vedy interesting. I've

Vedy Vedy interesting. I've heard that a lot of the guys who got whacked at the Pentagon were involved in finances, as well. Is this true? It would gel with the missing trillions. We need to explore this in more detail. Oh yeah, and if you're wondering why most (all?) family members of the dead military guys don't speak out, take a look at the interview with Kay Griggs. The inner core of the M.I.C. is creepy beyond belief. They'll do stuff like break into your house and re-arrange your clothes and silverware just to mind-fuck you and remind you you're living under a microscope. If there are any indications that a wife, say, of some high-ranking general is in danger of going public about the drugs and private island orgies and pedophiia and gun-running etc. they send you to a mental institution -- or worse.

The top echelons of the M.I.C. are like a bunch of caligulas -- no shit. They're fuckin' nuts. they have ZERO boundaries. Eyes Wide Sut wasn't the half of it.

I'm not sure it helps regular activists to penetrat that deep down the rabbit hole, however. When you realize the true extent of their depravity it's like you're fighting Satan himself. Which is scary. So I tend to stay away from the Satanic cult -- MKULTRA - pedophilia ring stuff, if only for my own sanity. These people are are not Satan, they are humans, they are evil but they are also deeply unhappy, and we can help them and more importalty, ourselves, by deconstructing the mechanisms of power that allow 0.1 percent of the population to rape the earth.

Viva la revolution

I started with passenger

I started with passenger research back in late 2001, early 2002 (influenced also by Phd.Gary North) , when i still believed in remote control scenarios (and only 1 tv footage was dramatized on purpose).

Here from my archives incl. an updated analysis in 2004.

Also always recommended the Passenger Research of
Gerard Holmgren (2003/04)

The lost "terror drill"? Pt.11 (A)

If you carefully analyse the official passenger list of AA11, you will realise a strong pattern of hitech-, aviation- or military background.
Did these passengers participate in a secret terror drill, but not aware about the outcome?:

Some examples:

David P. Kovalcin, senior mechanical engineer at Raytheon in Tewksbury
Peter Gay, vice president of operations Raytheon in Andover, Mass.,
Laura Lee Morabito, national sales manager for Qantas Airways
Albert Dominguez, baggage handler for Qantas Airways
Laura Lee Morabito, Qantas Airways area sales manager

Renee Lucille Newell, American Airlines customer service agent
Kenneth E. Waldie, senior quality control engineer at Raytheon
Anna Williams Allison, founder of A2 Software Solutions
Alex Filipov, electrical engineer
N. Janis Lasden, General Electric

Daniel C. Lewin, Akamai Technologies Inc., formerly member of Israel Intelligence Unit
Renee Newell, customer service agent with American Airlines
Jane Orth, retired from Lucent Technology
Jeffrey Coombs, security analyst for Compaq Computer
Paul Friedman, consultant for Emergence Consulting
Edmund Glazer, MRV Communications

Or was "flight 11" even drilled as a pilot for a "terror" reality TV show, with real actors?:

David Angell, executive producer of the hit NBC sitcom "Frasier."
Lynn Angell, the wife of "Frasier" creator
Thomas Pecorelli, cameraman for Fox Sports and E! Entertainment Television
Berry Berenson, actress and photographer. Widow of actor Anthony Perkins
Paige Farley Hackel, 46, was a spiritual adviser
Sonia Morales Puopolo, retired ballet dancer

Furthermore 8 models or designers of TJX Cos., an off-price retailer of apparel and home fashions.

Flight 175 aka N612UA

One of their official "passengers", Herbert Homer (ex-Raytheon), was originally reported, as missing at the Pentagon wing, which was officially hit by Flight77.

also the passenger list of AA77 included a strong pattern of high tech-, aviation- and military background connections:

John D. Yamnicky Sr., a retired naval aviator for Veridian*
William E. Caswell, a third-generation physicist at the Navy
Wilson Flagg, U.S. Navy Admiral and pilot with American Airlines before his retirement
Stanley Hall, director of program management with Raytheon
Bryan Jack, budget analyst/director with the Defense Department

Chandler "Chad" Raymond Keller, Project Manager with Boeing Satellite Systems
Dong Lee, engineer with Boeing Co.
Ruben Ornedo, another propulsion engineer with Boeing
Robert Penninger, electrical engineer with BAE Systems
Robert R. Ploger III, software architect with Lockheed Martin

John Sammartino, technical manager for XonTech Inc.
Leonard Taylor, another technical manager at XonTech
Vicki Yancey, a former naval electronics technician
Barbara Olson, Conservative TV Commentator
Karen Kincaid, partner at the Washington law firm of Wiley Rein & Fielding, on her way to attend a wireless industry conference. Wiley Rein & Fielding was also part of the Bush Cheney Transition team 2001.

Steven 'Jake' Jacoby, chief operating officer of Metrocall Inc., one of the nation's largest paging companies

Did some of them participate in a passive or active terror drill?
Did Barbara Olsen "moderate" a reality TV drill?


...The complete list of the passengers who were not supposed to be on Flight 93 is long, with many different "explanations". Some of them had been booked on Flight 91*:

Tom Burnett changed from Flight 91 on the morning of September 11.
LLauren Grandcolas arrived early and changed from Flight 91.
Don and Jean Peterson arrived too early, then changed their plane.
Mark Bingham reserved the night before, flying on a companion pass.

Christine Snyder changed her return flight three times before finally
settling for Flight 93 (date of change unknown).
Nicole Miller missed her connection flight and therefore switched to Flight 93.
Sandy Bradshaw, wife of US Airways pilot Phil Bradshaw, cut her flights to the bare minimum, two two-day trips a month from Newark to San Francisco or to Los Angeles.
Bradshaw picked up Flight 93 late in the planning.

Passengers on hijacked planes connected to Global Hawk

Herbert Homer, described as "..worked for Raytheon Co." was more than only a
worker for Ratheon.

He was the DCE CACO under DCMC Commander - Col. Bryon Young of the RSC
Corporate Management (Raytheon)
Source: http://www.acq-ref.navy.mil/reflib/raytheon.pdf


newer summary:
Raytheon- 9/11 plotline: Important details
Oct 10 2005,

Flight 11:
Peter Gay was Raytheon�s Vice President of Operations for Electronic Systems and had been on special assignment to a company office in El Segundo, Calif.

This division is one of two divisions making the Global Hawk. (ISR Journal, 3/02)

Kenneth Waldie was a senior quality control engineer for Raytheon�s electronic systems.

David Kovalcin was a senior mechanical engineer for Raytheon�s electronic systems.

Flight 175:
Herbert Homer was a corporate executive working with the Department of Defense.

And for some very strange reasons he was listed for several days as having died in the while working in the Pentagon.

Flight 77:
Stanley Hall was director of program management for Raytheon Electronics Warfare.
One Raytheon colleague calls him "our dean of electronic warfare."

Charles S. Falkenberg:
He worked on "EOS Webster" a mapping system which provides Landsat Images, which are part of the mapping system for the Global Hawk technology.

Now, if this is not coincidental enough for you:
What are the odds that Raytheon also had one office in the WTC2?
(AP, 9/11/01)

It was located in 91st floor in WTC2.
Raytheon shared the floor with Washington Group and Gibbs&Hill.

While 13 employees of Washington Group died

None died of Raytheon and Gibbs&Hill:

...Someone called Sherry Williams (she worked at Army
Missile Command) had prior knowledge, that Raytheon 'must have been' on "Flight 11".

September 11, 2005
from the "Guest Book for Peter Gay"

"...When I learned that the planes were out of Boston, I immediately thought that there must have been people from Raytheon onboard...."

Sherry Williams (Huntsville, AL )

...Raytheon-Homer died twice
September 14, 2001

"...The Department of Defense announced today ten additional names of the approximately 126 persons who remain unaccounted for in the wake of Tuesday's attack on the Pentagon...

...Herbert Homer, Milford, Mass...

September 15, 2001
"...The Department of Defense announced today that Herbert W. Homer, a civilian employee of the Defense Contract Management Agency, was among the passengers aboard United Airlines Flight # 175, which crashed into the World Trade Center. He was previously listed in error as unaccounted at the Pentagon..."

Homer's flight with Dick Cheney's envoy
From Lt. Col. Derek Green
Andrews Air Force Base, Md.

"...Remember our days at McGuire Air Force Base...
Remember that mission we flew to Russia? We were the third C-141 ever allowed to fly into Tblisi, Georgia, and we were carrying Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney�s envoy....
...Thanks my brother. I�ll miss you...."

The three phonetic "Peter H.'s"

I made another simplified list to show, what kind of strange coincidences we have to deal with...

Peter Paul Hashem aka Peter el-Hachem
officially listed on "AA11"
officially dead
no phone calls
worked at Teradyne, Inc. (affiliated with Raytheon)
Company specialised in Automatic Phone/Broadband Test

Peter Hanson
officially listed on "UA175"
officially dead
officially did make phone calls
worked at TimeTrade Systems, Inc. (Raytheon ties not
directly established yet, but see below)
Company is specialised in "Appointment Scheduling

Peter Hansen aka -email-
was not listed on any flights (or i am not aware of
that phonetic spelling yet)
works at Teradyne, Inc. (affiliated with Raytheon)
apparently alive (works right now on "AUTOTESTCON

I also checked out TimeTrade (Person no. 2) at

to find possible government- or military links.

So far i only found associations with Datawatch
Corporation, Personics Corporation, Lionbridge,
Dataware, Autographix, Personics, SmartNotes, SeeMORE,
and UltraVision.
Didn't check further for military links yet...

BUT Carl Lambert, Vice President of Product
Development (TimeTrade) "began his career with the U.S. Air Force working on advanced fighter avionics systems", which brings us possibly back to other plausible Raytheon links.


Check out also:
Dying twice on 9/11: Meet Titus Davidson

UA vs. AA -the 9/11 Timeline 'screw-up'

9/11 perps and profiteers

9/11 perps and profiteers the same?

Co.'s of Interest: Military Contractor News
Sat Sep 16 2006, 01:16AM

Triple Northrop Contract Success

Northrop to Build NYC Wireless Network
September 14, 2006 - 8:20AM
http://tinyurl.com/e9ymp (theage.com.au)

The city has awarded defense contractor Northrop Grumman Corp. a $500 million contract to build a wireless network that will let police and firefighters plug into city computer systems, even when they are rushing to emergencies.

Police hunting for a suspect would be able to download a mug shot or view surveillance video. Fire chiefs might use the system to map the location of each unit or see around a wall of smoke and flames by getting live aerial footage of a burning building, beamed in from a hovering helicopter.

Other city officials could even use the system to read water meters or alter traffic light cycles to relieve vehicle congestion.

Northrop said it would take five years to finish building the small radio antennas that will stretch the system across more than 300 square miles, but the network is expected to be operational by spring 2008.

Once complete, the network will work a lot like a giant version of the wireless routers people use for laptop computers in their homes...

...The city picked Northrop over the telecommunications company Motorola Inc. after a six-month, $2.7 million test of their competing systems in lower Manhattan...

Applied Perception gets government contract
Pittsburgh Business Times - 11:08 AM EDT
Thursday September 14, 2006

Applied Perception Inc., a robotics firm, announced Thursday that it has been awarded a $928,000 government contract.

The contract from the National Center for Defense Robotics will help to support the development and evaluation of the technology the company is developing, API develops and licenses robotics-related technology for unmanned ground vehicles in the fields of defense, transportation and agriculture. With the additional funding, it hopes to develop technologies that will make these robots faster and safer...

...Cranberry-based API will be partnering with Northrop Grumman Corp.'s (NYSE:NOC) Remotec Inc., a remote systems engineering firm, on the projects...

Northrop Grumman Gets $142.8M Navy Deal
© 2006 The Associated Press
Sept. 15, 2006, 4:33PM

WASHINGTON — The Navy on Friday awarded a more than $142.8 million contract modification to a division of defense contractor Northrop Grumman Corp. to continue work on the USS Toledo nuclear submarine.

The contract, awarded to Northrop Grumman Newport News Corp. in Newport News, Va., allows for maintenance and equipment upgrades to enable the submarine to continue to be mission capable, according to the Navy.
Click to learn more...

Contract work is expected to be completed by February 2008.

09/04/06; Vol. 21 No. 17
9/11 Aftermath
By Alice Lipowicz
Staff Writer

Five years later, terrorist attacks continue to influence the government IT industry
Northrop Grumman Corp. executive Bruce Walker was attending a conference in Northern Virginia when aides rushed into the room and told him that the Pentagon was under attack by terrorists. It was shortly before 10 a.m. on Sept. 11, 2001. ..

...In the months after 9/11, realigning government to fight terrorism was “chaotic and a real eye-opener,” said Walker, now vice president of strategic planning for homeland security for Northrop Grumman. Federal defense contractors and systems integrators wanted their expertise to be part of the solution, he said...

...At Northrop and other systems integrators, new homeland security business units were born, and divisions rearranged to address new national priorities: information-sharing, preparedness, emergency communications, infrastructure protection and identity management, among others.

Computer Sciences Corp. reorganized its intelligence, security and enforcement units into a single division to better serve the federal government in its new homeland security role, said Jim Schaeffer, president of the federal sector. BearingPoint Inc. also set up a homeland security office...

...Stock prices for systems integrators since then have reflected those perceptions: Lockheed Martin Corp.’s stock price has risen from $36 per share at closing Sept. 10, 2001, to late August’s price of $84 per share, adjusted. Over the same period the share price for Boeing Co. rose from $40 to $77; for CSC, from $34 to $47; General Dynamics Corp., from $35 to $69; Northrop Grumman, from $38 to $66; and Raytheon Co., from $23 to $47. ...

...double-clutching giants
Defense contractors such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon were able to move quickly into homeland security because they had the available personnel and technology...

...The most watched contracts, however, are for groundbreaking new programs that use and integrate new technologies. Most prominent among these is the Secure Border Initiative Network, a comprehensive border surveillance system that is one of DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff’s top priorities. The contract is expected to be in the $2 billion range. Five teams, led by systems integrators Boeing, Ericsson Inc., Lockheed, Northrop and Raytheon, are competing for the award, which is expected within weeks. Much of the money will be spent on cameras, sensors and network integration.

Why the Pentagon?

this story might also have to do with the attack on the pentagon!

we can not track 2.3 trillion dollars!