- The super-classified network that served as command and
control for the 9/11 false flag attack on America
- Multiple U.S. intelligence sources have reported to WMR
that a super-classified network with only some 70 terminals in select U.S.
government locations handled the parallel command-and-control activities
that permitted the 9/11 terrorist attacks to be successful.
- The "above top secret" network bears the acronym
"PDAS." WMR has not yet discovered what the acronym stands for,
however, the system is limited to only a few hundred people with
Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) Special Access Program (SAP)
need-to-know access, in addition to the President and Vice President.
- On September 11, 2001, PDAS was used to convey the information
from the Air Force Chief of Staff to the White House, CIA, and other select
agencies that the Air Force had successfully intercepted and downed a target
over Pennsylvania. It is believed that the "target" in question
was United flight 93, although there is no confirmation that the aircraft
was in fact the one downed by Air Force interceptors.
- The Air Force Chief of Staff on 9/11 was General John
Jumper, who had become the top Air Force commander on September 6, 2001,
just five days before the 9/11 attacks.
- There is also reason to believe that the PDAS terminal
at the Presidential Emergency Operations Center (PEOC) at the White House
was used to coordinate the activities related to the aerial attack on the
Pentagon. Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta claimed Vice President
Dick Cheney was present at the PEOC at 9:25 am on the morning of 9/11,
before the alleged impact of American Airlines flight 77 on the building.
- Mineta testified before the 9/11 Commission that Cheney
was aware of special orders concerning a plane heading toward Washington.
Mineta said: "During the time that the airplane was coming into the
Pentagon, there was a young man who would come in and say to the Vice Presidentthe
plane is 50 miles outthe plane is 30 miles out.and when it got down to
the plane is 10 miles out, the young man also said to the vice president
'do the orders still stand?' And the Vice President turned and whipped
his neck around and said "Of course the orders still stand, have you
heard anything to the contrary?"
- PDAS terminals are reportedly located at the White House,
on board Air Force One, the Pentagon, CIA headquarters, the National Security
Agency, the Boeing E-4 Advanced Airborne Command Post that was seen flying
over Washington, DC on 9/11 after the attacks, the Defense Intelligence
Agency at Bolling Air Force Base in Washington, DC, and the Raven Rock
Mountain Complex in Pennsylvania where Cheney hid out after the 9/11 attacks.
- Mineta later followed up with reporters and stated "When
I overheard something about 'the orders still stand' and so, what I thought
of was that they had already made the decision to shoot something down."
- It now appears that PDAS was used by Cheney to implement
on the morning of 9/11 a new policy issued on June 1, 2001 that provided
for a "stand down" protocol that replaced a long-standing
shootdown order for hijacked and suspected hijacked planes. The new order transferred
the authority to shoot down aircraft from Pentagon and NORAD military commanders
to the President, Vice President, or Secretary of Defense.