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Re: Analysis from a JHU CS Prof

  • From: David Lesher
  • Date: Wed Sep 12 20:07:48 2001

Unnamed Administration sources reported that Bill Larson said:
> Actually there should be an external entrance for the cockpit crew. The
> cockpit crew should be escorted to the cockpit by armed security officers.
> The door between the cockpit and the passenger cabin should be totally
> removed. This would prevent the luring of the flight crew to the passenger
> cabin and prevent passenger access to the cockpit all together. By doing
> this, you would have no more suicide bombings by hijackers. This does not
> prevent a crazy flight crewmember wanting to suicide killing the other
> crewmembers. However, nothing will protect against that.

A) The cabin crew has to come into the cabin from time to time;
for example to examine the wings for ice, & access hatches to
landing gear.

B) You better get crew members with big bladders.

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