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Section XIII.J of the ACSSP, as referenced in the 9/11 Ommission

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In the redacted staff report of the 9/11 Ommission (released a year after the report came out), there is a reference to Section XIII.J of the ACSSP (note 627- page 118 of 121 in the .pdf) which apparently, from what I can tell, dealt with air carrier's responsibilities for security and anti-hijacking training for flight crews. Now, I'm guessing that things have changed in the post 9/11 world as far as this goes (I would certainly hope so, at least). So my question is, why was the information in that portion of the document redacted? Security reasons? Liability reasons? Looked bad on paper? I dunno. I'm just putting the question out there.
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