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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

9/11 Commission Report

Town Compass® presents the 9/11 Commission Report Handheld Edition.

The 9/11 Commission was created to investigate facts and circumstances relating to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, including those relating to:
* Intelligence agencies
* Law enforcement agencies
* Diplomacy
* Immigration issues and border control
* The flow of assets to terrorist organizations
* Commercial Aviation
* The role of congressional oversight and resource allocation
* Other areas determined relevant by the Commission

The Commission reviewed more than 2.5 million pages of documents and interviewed more than 1,200 individuals in ten countries, including nearly every senior official from the Bush and Clinton Administrations who had responsibility for the topics covered.

The 9/11 Commission Report Handheld Edition contains:

* Introduction, including an Executive Summary, list of Committee Members, and a Preface

* Section 1 - "We Have Some Planes," including Inside the Four Flights, Improvising a Homeland Defense, and National Crisis Management

* Section 2 - The Foundation of the New Terrorism, including A Declaration of War, Bin Ladin's Appeal in the Islamic World, The Rise of Bin Ladin and Al Qaeda (1988-1992), Building an Organization & Declaring War on the United States (1992-1996), and Al Qaeda's Renewal in Afghanistan (1996-1998)

* Section 3 - Counterterrorism Evolves, including From the Old Terrorism to the New: The First World Trade Center Bombing, Adaptation & Nonadaptation in the Law Enforcement Community, ...and in the Federal Aviation Administration, ...and in the Intelligence Community, ...and in the State Department & the Defense Department, ...and in the White House, ...and in the Congress

* Section 4 - Responses to Al Qaeda's Initial Assaults, including Before the Bombings in Kenya & Tanzania, Crisis: August 1988, Diplomacy, Covert Action, and Searching for Fresh Options

* Section 5 - Al Qaeda Aims at the American Homeland, including Terrorist Entrepreneurs, The "Planes Operation," The Hamburg Contingent, and A Money Trail?

* Section 6 - From Threat To Threat, including The Millennium Crisis, Post-Crisis Reflection: Agenda for 2000, The Attack on the USS Cole, Change & Continuity, and The New Administration's Approach

* Section 7 - The Attack Looms, including First Arrivals in California, The 9/11 Pilots in the United States, Assembling the Teams, and Final Strategies & Tactics

* Section 8 - "The System Was Blinking Red," including The Summer of Threat, and Late Leads: Mihdhar/Moussaoui/KSM

* Section 9 - Heroism & Horror, including Preparedness as of September 11, September 11 2001, Emergency Response at the Pentagon, and Analysis

* Section 10 - Wartime, including Immediate Responses at Home, Planning for War, and "Phase Two" and the Question of Iraq

* Section 11 - Foresight & Hindsight, including Imagination, Policy, Capabilities, and Management

* Section 12 - What To Do? A Global Strategy, including Reflecting on a Generational Challenge, Attack Terrorists & Their Organizations, Prevent the Continued Growth of Islamist Terrorism, and Protect Against & Prepare for Terrorist Attacks

* Section 13 - How To Do It? A Different Way of Organizing the Government, including Unity of Effort Across the Foreign/Domestic Divide, Unity of Effort in the Intelligence Community, Unity of Effort in Sharing Information, Unity of Effort in the Congress, and Organizing America's Defenses in the United States

* Appendixes, including Common Abbreviations, Table of Names, and Commission Hearings

* Linked Footnotes: Tap on highlighted Notes to see related footnotes without leaving the record you are viewing

Be an informed citizen and read the 9/11 Commission Report today!

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