Originally Posted by BleedingOrange
You're the one who might want to read it again. It says 67 scrambles from Sept 2000 to June 2001. It talks about Combat Air Patrols being diverted or jets scrambled 462 times after 911 to June. The original comment was that the Air Force had only intercepted 1 civilian aircraft over the US in the ten years prior to 911. The article tries to imply that the original statement is a lie base on the 67 scrambles, but as I pointed out, those scrambles didn't involve civilian aircraft over the US.
You are confused.
A scramble is a scramble. It matters not whether the target is a military or civilian aircraft. The scramble protocol is the same.
The official claim in the 9/11 Commission Report is that the FAA failed to notify NORAD about the hijacked planes -- until AFTER the crashes. There is no mention and no discussion about military versus civilian scrambles.
It is a non issue.
I urge you to check out my forthcoming book. It will cover the actual issues -- and will present radar evidence -- PROOF -- that a key part of the official story is a cover up.
You can prepare yourself NOW by studying an accurate animation of the RADES radar data from 9/11 posted on the internet. By all means take a look. This animation includes incriminating evidence that will be discussed in my forthcoming book THE 911 MYSTEY PLANE.
here is the link