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RE: Analysis from a JHU CS Prof
|> From: Vadim Antonov [mailto:[email protected]] |> Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2001 9:21 PM |> |> Locked bulletproof door to the cockpit. Survelliance cameras in the |> passenger compartments. That all which was needed to foil |> the attack. Now |> I think it's time to ask why this isn't the standard procedure? "Bulletproof" is not needed when you can't get guns aboard. Guns are as dangerous to the hijacker as to anyone else. They can puncture the pressure hull. Readywhip has been the standard answer to survalance cameras for years. Locks don't do you any good if they aren't used. The real big problem is that we haven't had a hijacking in almost 10 years and no serious terrorism activity since the mid-'70's. The answer then is the same as now, SOGs specifically tasked to take out terrorist bases and training camps. But, that was in the daze of Scair America and BlackOps Rangers.