The story The exercise Amalgam Virgo may have been a significant factor in the success of the attacks. Our take Craig McKinley: Col. Scott, do you have any data on that? I was not present at the time.
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The CIA and FBI were warned by at least eight secret services and had thirty to forty indices about a possible attack with planes. The FAA had sent out five warnings to the airports about possible hijacks or similar incidents. On August 23 the FBI released an "urgent cable". But the most damning evidence that something was known was the enactment of at least eight to ten bio- or regular terrorist exercises during and The last big one took place in June and another CIA exercise was confirmed for the day of September 11th!
During the US Government organised various exercises regarding possible terrorist attacks. On Jan. Participants were divided into four teams, sent into four rooms, with the ability to communicate with each other and with a command headquarters through the computers.
Former Senator Sam Nunn played the President. David Gergen played the National Security Advisor. This started a series of different "war games.
In the fictional scenario, an aerosol of pneumonic plague has previously been released at the Denver Performing Arts Center. The release has gone undetected, so the exercise starts with a hypothetical, unconfirmed attack.
Defense Protective Services Police seal the crash sight. Army medics, nurses and doctors scramble to organize aid. An Arlington Fire Department chief dispatches his equipment to the affected areas. The Pentagon was a model and the "plane crash" was a simulated one He was the principal designer, author and facilitator of the BioTerror Exercise of June Its focus was a possible smallpox attack.
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