NORAD Releases Mother Lode of 9/11 Tapes - Available now at GovernmentAttic.com
As reported on Wired.com, linked to on a page with a story about Proximity Fuses on insurgent artillery in Iraq, which I originally discovered through AntiWar.com.
which links to:
The master PDF contains the following header:
Twenty-one 9-11 recordings from North American
Aerospace Defense Command and United States
Northern Command (NORAD-USNORTHCOM)
This material totals over 100 hours of audio recordings of
various NORAD/NORTHCOM communications channels
on September 11, 2001 in 21 separate mp3 audio files.
I don't have much experience with "GovernmentAttic.com", but their site has the following statement:
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I've looked for similar entries about this material on 911Blogger.com, but haven't found any. I don't know when I'll have time to exhaustively listen to these tapes and find out if there is anything useful on them, but I hope someone else with a less extremist/hectic schedule might take up that banner and report to us all what nuggets of information these tapes might yield.