Pete Zalewski, Air Traffic Controller On 9/11
Feb 27 2008, 07:00 PM
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Whatch this video from 14:36 - 17:10
"911 - False Flag" - "Unter falscher Flagge" - documentary German - English Subs - 1:12:58 - 23.03.2009
14:36 - 17:10 ...Pete Zalewski...
Why is he never mentioned in any other doc?
This post has been edited by Carl Bank: Apr 7 2009, 02:56 PM
Feb 29 2008, 02:10 AM
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after reading thru the ATC transcript for the Egypt Air crash, i have a question for any aviation professionals in da house:
how common is or isnt it to have an UNKNOWN craft transmitting? not to go off topic too far if it is indeed a common occurrence, but if it is NOT, please elaborate on how. thank you.
not long ago i was looking into u93 and the cleveland "rumors" about NASA's center adjacent/attached to the airport there, when i came upon a fairly obscure tidbit related to the Egypt Air 990 crash:
Dr. Richard Spohn Brokaw, former head of the Division of Physics and Chemistry at NASA Lewis in Ohio (now renamed the "NASA Glenn Research Center"), was a passenger along with his wife. Officially retired from NASA in 1973, Brokaw was part of a tour group on board the ill fated flight. (Reference 1)
The Boston Herald
Copyright 1999 Boston Herald Inc.
November 11, 1999 Thursday
HEADLINE: Obituary; Richard Spohn Brokaw, physical chemist, at 76
Richard Spohn Brokaw of Strafford, Vt., a renowned physical chemist, died Oct. 31 as a passenger aboard EgyptAir Flight 990 that crashed off Nantucket en route to Cairo, Egypt. He was 76.
His wife, Virginia Chaplin, also died in the crash.
Born in East Orange, N.J., Mr. Brokaw graduated from the Putney School and later from Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, Pa., with honors in chemistry. …
After the war, Mr. Brokaw obtained a Ph.D. in physical chemistry from Princeton University. He worked for NASA at the Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio, where he specialized in combustion research and the physical chemistry of high temperature gases. …
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