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February 10, 2005

FAA Report Available Here

The FAA received repeated warnings in the months prior to 9/11, about al-Qaida and its desire to attack airlines according to a previously undisclosed report by the 9/11 Commission. This declassified and redacted version is the third monograph released by the 9/11 Commission to the public and is available below.

The report by the 9/11 Commission detailed 52 such warnings given to FAA leaders from April to September 10, 2001, about the radical Islamic terrorist group and its leader, Osama bin Laden. The Commission report, written last August, said five security warnings mentioned al-Qaida's training for hijackings and two reports concerned suicide operations not connected to aviation. Families of September 11 (FOS11) hopes that the appropriate action is taken and that full disclosure be made in the interests of the safety and security of all our citizens.

Click below to download the report:

Staff Monograph on the Four Flights and Civil Aviation Security

Recent news articles:

9/11 Report Cites Many Warnings About Hijackings

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