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Atta's Calls To Atc

NP1Mike
post Jun 12 2015, 02:28 PM
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I was just listening to some audio from ATC on 9/11.
It sounds very authentic.

My questions go out to Rob or any other pilots who may know the answers.

The version that I (and many others now) have been going with is that the planes landed and calls were made from the ground by the passengers and flight attendants.

What about the 'hijackers'?

Could the contact they made with ATC have come from the ground?
I know ATC can track flights visually, but can they track where calls are originating? ie. this call is being made from the ground on plane 'x', 200 ft. away, this one from plane 'y' in the air 3.5 miles away etc.?

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Truthissweet
post Jun 15 2015, 08:09 AM
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That might have worked in the case of 'Atta's' call but not for the passengers, flight attendants and captains.

Atta's call of course. And passengers and pilots of course. Remember, you and I differ. I say no planes 93/175 took off. And no passengers. What was on radar was just exercise blips or whatever. Any call made was from the ground. It could have been on a delayed basis if recorded on 911. This is one of the more controversial parts of 911. Or should I say debatable parts of 911.

As for the real-time responses from recorded calls: what is so difficult understanding that. The ATC and whoever else have no idea of pre-recorded calls. They think they are real-time. What I want to know, NP, is their some type of marker or whatever that can give the time of a recording. It might be beyond the knowledge of anyone here. If there is the possibility, then most likely the perps took that info out of any pre-recorded call. Hope that helps.

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post Jun 15 2015, 09:56 AM
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QUOTE (Truthissweet @ Jun 15 2015, 07:09 AM) *
As for the real-time responses from recorded calls: what is so difficult understanding that. The ATC and whoever else have no idea of pre-recorded calls. They think they are real-time.


You don't get it.
ATC contacts Flt. 11 captain.
Flt. 11 captain acknowledges.
ATC orders captain to change altitude with specifics
Flt. responds repeating the specifics.
How do you do that with pre-recorded calls?

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What I want to know, NP, is their some type of marker or whatever that can give the time of a recording. It might be beyond the knowledge of anyone here. If there is the possibility, then most likely the perps took that info out of any pre-recorded call. Hope that helps.

I don't know about flight audio recordings (they may be set up differently),
but all audio recordings I make have no time stamp on them.
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