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CIA Man John Fulton's Airplane-Crashing "Exercise" on 9/11
Posted by: Freeman (IP Logged)
Date: October 25, 2005 06:45PM

Cooperateresearch mentions the "simulation" here:-

The "exercise", by CIA man Fulton and his team was carried out at THE National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), just four miles from where Flight 77 took off (to return and hit the Pentagon).

It's worth adding that the "exercise" was scheduled to start *WITHIN FIVE MINUTES* OF FLIGHT 77 BEGINNING ITS SUSTAINED DEVIATION from its scheduled course and doubling back to Washington.

This must push the plea of "coincidence" way into the realm of incredibility. ....

Re: CIA Man John Fulton's Airplane-Crashing "Exercise" on 9/11
Posted by: Freeman (IP Logged)
Date: October 27, 2005 09:07PM

Oh yes, and though Fulton's "exercise" was "of an accidental crash", funnily enough Fulton was the head of the NRO's "strategic war gaming division", and the team were from its staff.

This perhaps gives some perspective on the relation of the "exercise" to parallel wargames -- "Vigilant Guardian", "Northern Guardian", etc.

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