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Remote Control Take Over - key to 9/11

Posted 16 Jun 2014 at 18:30 PM by TruthMakesPeace
Updated 20 Mar 2016 at 18:37 PM by TruthMakesPeace (New link on YouTube)

Remote Control Take Over (RCTO) was a key way that 9/11 could have been pulled off. A jet taken over by RC looks exactly like a jet taken over by hijackers. This possibility needs to be investigated.


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  1. Old Comment
    Boeing went through a lot of expense to develop and patent Remote Control Take Over (RCTO) technology.

    Why isn't Boeing advertising this?

    Why don't we hear about it?

    It would be a great selling point:
    "Fly our planes that cannot be hijacked."

    Why haven't Boeing 757 and 767's ever been hijacked?

    The answer may be...
    People will put 2 and 2 together.

    Remote control take over is the key to 9/11.
    Posted 3 Sep 2014 at 13:39 PM by TruthMakesPeace TruthMakesPeace is offline
    Updated 20 Mar 2016 at 18:39 PM by TruthMakesPeace
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    Would you approve this request if you were President of American Airlines?
    Dear ___(President of AA) _____,

    Boeing has enhanced its Flight Management System (Auto Pilot) to include a Pilot Lock Out (PLO) thus creating an Anti-Terrorist Auto Landing System (ATALS). We are installing this at no cost, financed by a Government grant.

    Then if any planes are hijacked, they can be steered to the nearest air base with a SWAT team ready. This makes your pilots, crew, and passengers safer and deters hijacking. No Boeing 757 or 767s have ever been hijacked.

    Our technicians will take care of everything. It takes just 8 hours to install during the regular maintenance check. This can be done over night, so you don't lose revenue. We are doing this for United Airlines as well. Please keep this capability confidential until further notice.

    Thank you for using Boeing aircraft.

    Joe Smith
    Boeing Aircraft Division
    Would you even think that it would be used for any other purpose before 9/11?

    What would you say: "No, I want my pilots, crew, and passengers to be able to be hijacked" ?

    Why doesn't Boeing advertise this feature more to the public?
    They spent a lot on its development and patent.
    "When you fly, insist on Boeing - the hijack proof airplanes"

    Any terrorist who can Google, already knows not to hijack a Boeing 757+.

    Remote control has been in development since 1937.

    They don't advertise it because smart people in the public will put 2 and 2 together.
    A plane taken over by an ATALS looks like a plane taken over by hijackers.

    Except that the ATALS plane flies faster, more accurately, and will fly into its destination without hesitation.

    Posted 3 Sep 2014 at 23:14 PM by TruthMakesPeace TruthMakesPeace is offline

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