" 9/11 War Games" by The Corbett Report

Episode 346 – 9/11 War Games on The Corbett Report
Transcript with resources - https://www.corbettreport.com/911wargames/

... Little did we know at the time, 9/11 was not a normal day of blue sky aviation. On the contrary, it was one of the busiest days in the history of American aviation, a dense forest of live fly exercises, drills, simulations, fake radar injects and utter confusion. And that was before the attacks even began.

This is the story of 9/11 that you didn’t watch unfold on your TV that fateful day in 2001. This is the story of the 9/11 War Games....

YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3noExmsCRyg

The Corbett Report on top form

I highly recommend people check out this new Corbett Report documentary/podcast. It is very informative and covers a lot of important information. It is also clear and easy to follow, so would be a good introduction for anyone new to the subject of the 9/11-related training exercises.

If anyone wants to learn more about this aspect of 9/11, I have a lot of articles on my blog (http://shoestring911.blogspot.com) that deal with the training exercises taking place on the day of 9/11 or that took place in the run-up to 9/11. These include:

"Rehearsing 9/11: How Training Exercises Foretold the Attacks of September 11":

"NORAD Exercise a Year Before 9/11 Simulated a Pilot Trying to Crash a Plane into a New York Skyscraper--The United Nations Headquarters":

"Air Defense Exercise a Month Before 9/11 Was Based Around Osama Bin Laden Carrying Out an Aerial Attack on Washington":

"United Airlines Held an Exercise So Realistic That Its Personnel Had to Be Reassured That the 9/11 Attacks Were 'Not a Drill'":

"Army Command Center at the Pentagon Planned to Hold Exercise in Week After
9/11 Based on a Plane Hitting the WTC":

"'Real-World or Exercise': Did the U.S. Military Mistake the 9/11 Attacks for a Training Scenario?":

"On 9/11, the U.S. Military Was Preparing for a Simulated Nuclear War":

"Targeting the President: Evidence of U.S. Government Training Exercises on 9/11":

"'Let's Get Rid of This Goddamn Sim': How NORAD Radar Screens Displayed False Tracks All Through the 9/11 Attacks":

For even more details of the 9/11-related exercises, check out the following two pages from the Complete 9/11 Timeline:

"Military Exercises Up to 9/11":

"Training Exercises on 9/11":

FAA injects?

Did the FAA have to deal with NORAD's games, false blips or other confusing electronic nonsense?

Or was NEADS confused by their own SIMs and too busy to stop to help the FAA deal with real world events?

We now know that there were 10 fighters at OTIS, but eight of them were too busy "training" (f***king off) to bother getting over to NYC.

I really hope people take what happened on 9/11 and realize that the military cannot protect us. It's a cruel illusion they constantly promote. They are good at beating the crap out of defenseless brown people, but didn't even have a weaponized fighter 10 miles south of the White House.

What a gigantic waste of resources. Shameful.

Ordered to "jeopardize" Korean airliner - possible shootdown

In this Questions For Corbett episode #41...


Your podcast “9/11 War Games” is superb! I hope it will open the eyes of many! Keep doing the good work!

One detail… you said that some pilots “inexplicably” squawked the hijack code. In a sense, yes, but the Korean pilot was requested to squawk the code by the ATC controller in Anchorage, who himself was “ordered” (in his own words) to request the pilot to squawk. He originally refused, but later complied. I might be confused here, but the Korean airliner, when requested to squawk, was already being escorted by the US military jets on his way to Whitehorse, Canada. By squawking, he was making himself a legitimate target for the jets to shoot at. Please watch this 12 mins video if you haven’t seen it yet.

See the transcript answer by James Corbett.

YouTube - QUEUED at 9:25

Alaska Public Radio Network was able to get an interview with Rick Wilder, the air traffic controller who was in contact with the Korean airliner on 9/11, to get some of his perspective and insight on the event.

Another Air Traffic Controller

Evidently, on the Alaska Radio Public Network, there was another story following Rick Wilder’s story.
Dated September 12, 2011
Second Controller Speaks About Korean Airliner Incident on 9/11

Another Air Traffic controller who says he worked with Korean flight 085 that was diverted to Whitehorse on Sept. 11, 2001 has come forward with additional details of the day’s events. APRN reported Friday that retired Air Traffic Controller Rick Wilder says the pilot was ordered to squawk that he had hijackers on board.

Dave Connett worked as an Air Traffic Controller in Anchorage for 15 years and was also in the tower and worked the flight that was suspected of being hijacked that day. Connett contends he was the one that first ordered the pilot to squawk the 7500 hijack code. Connett says it was because of a message the pilot had sent to his own company Korean Airlines.

“He as I understood it, Sent a company message, saying he was hijacked and that got to us so we were expecting a hijacked aircraft when we finally did greet or identify him and talk to him.” Connett said.

Connett says he asked the pilot to verify squawking 7500 and he says the pilot said disregard. Then Connett’s area manager told him to squawk the hijack code. Connett says he gave the order and the pilot did not argue, he complied.

“So at that point, we figured well he must be getting hijacked. I was given instructions that he could not go to Anchorage. So I tried to turn him away from Anchorage and he was very resistant. It took several transmissions to convince him that he could not and he was not going to go to Anchorage.” Connett said.

Connett says he’s also a pilot and had never before given such a command. He says the order to tell the plane to squawk 7500 – meaning it had been hijacked – surprised him. But he looked later and it was in the FAA manual. He says when those regulations were written, it was presumed that a hijacker would be someone bursting into a cockpit with a weapon. Connett says.

“And one of those would be, a scenario that if a hijacker is standing in the cockpit and he’s telling a pilot what to do, and the controller tells him to do something, like squawk 7500, the hijacker normally wouldn’t know what that means. So if the pilot did it it would confirm that he is being hijacked. But if he wasn’t being hijacked it is incumbent upon the pilot to say, to know the code and to say, no I’m not being hijacked.”

The pilot’s lack of protest about the code added to the suspicion that the Korean jet had been hijacked. This confusion is what then NORAD commander, now Air Force General Norton Schwartz outlined when he spoke to reporters in the days after the event. Schwartz said that if controllers asked pilots to confirm if they were squawking that code, the correct response would be negative, negative, I am not that code. General Scwartz continued.

“Apparently what occurred was that the crew either misconstrued what was said or perhaps what was said wasn’t exactly, you know, according to the text book and they understood that they should squawk that code.”

Dave Connett says he wanted to clarify some of the day’s events and affirm that the jet had been sent to Whitehorse because of concerns it was in fact a hijacked plane and it was determined that sending it to Whitehorse endangered less lives than Anchorage.

Here is the archived Alaska Public Radio Network link to the Rick Wilder story.