Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked MI-3 deployments of corrupt loss adjusters through the Master Mariners Livery Company to Dave ‘Ship Jumper’ Cameron’s 1985 apprenticeship with Jardine Matheson in Hong Kong and an alleged Jardine-Logica MitM hack of Skynet-Airbus telemetry to trigger the Air France Flight 447 stall on June 1, 2009.
McConnell claims that the idea of deploying corrupt loss adjusters with encrypted access to Livery Company patent-pool devices in support of insurance frauds, was conceived in a treasonous conspiracy between the late Duke of Windsor, a Bullingdon Club alumnus and the first Master of the Master Mariners, and William “Intrepid” Stephenson, the alleged architect of MI-3 and the ‘bait and switch’ Pearl Harbor attack on the United States of 1941.
The Prince Of Wales As Master Mariner 1931 The UK’s Nazi King Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor: Traitor & Enemy of Britain. (Part 1)
McConnell also claims that Cameron’s MI-3 associates in the Master Mariners, GAPAN and Insurers Livery Companies authorized Logica to buy Jardine Matheson’s stake in their 50-50 Ship Jumper asset-tracking software in April 1988 and build the Skynet 4 hacking (MitM) telemetry allegedly used to trigger the Pan Am 103 bomb of 21 December 1988 and the Swissair Flight 111 bomb of 2 September 1998.
MI-3 = Livery Companies’ patent-pool supply-chain protection racket using Privy Purse Forfeiture Fund Marcy (Forfeiture Fund – KPMG Small Business Auction – Liquidation – Prisoner Medical Services – JABS)
+ Inkster (Queen’s Privy Purse – KPMG tax shelter – RCMP Wandering Persons Registry – Escrow fraud)
+ Interpol (Berlin 1942-1945 – Operation Paperclip into Foreign Fugitive File – William Higgitt – Entrust)
+ Intrepid (William Stephenson – GAPAN patent pool – MitM Pearl Harbor attack – Kanada Kommando)
MI-3 = Marine Interruption Intelligence and Investigation unit set up in 1987 to destroy above
McConnell notes that in Book 12 at www.abeldanger.net, agents deployed by his Marine Interruption, Intelligence and Investigations (MI-3) group are mingling in various OODA modes with agents of the Marcy Inkster Interpol Intrepid (MI-3) Livery protection racket based at Skinners’ Hall, Dowgate Hill.
Loss adjuster stopped 3-D reconstruction which would have exposed Thales use of Smacsonic to vaporize telemetry hack of TCAS.
“LOGICA BUYS JARDINE MATHESON’S STAKE IN THEIR JOINT VENTURE by CBR Staff Writer| 27 April 1988 Logica Plc has bought Jardine Matheson Plc’s stake in their Jardine Logica 50-50 joint venture for an undisclosed sum: the Hong Kong company becomes Logica Systems.”
In 2003, Gaddafi accepted responsibility for the Lockerbie bombing and paid compensation to the families of the victims, although he maintained never having given the order for the attack. During theLibyan civil war in 2011, a former government official contradicted Gaddafi claiming the Libyan leader had personally ordered the bombing. Despite these assertions, numerous conspiracy theories have developed regarding responsibility for the destruction of Pan Am Flight 103.
To date, the atrocity remains the deadliest aviation incident, as well as the deadliest act of terrorism, to occur in the United Kingdom.
There were at least four U.S. government officials on the passenger list with rumours, never confirmed, of a fifth on board. The presence of these men on the flight later gave rise to a number of conspiracy theories, in which one or more of them were said to have been targeted.
Matthew Gannon, the CIA’s deputy station chief in Beirut, Lebanon, was sitting in Clipper Class, Pan Am’s version of business class, seat 14J. Major Chuck “Tiny” McKee, an army officer on secondment to the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) in Beirut, sat behind Gannon in the center aisle, in seat 15F. Two Diplomatic Security Service special agents, acting as bodyguards to Gannon and McKee, were sitting in economy: Ronald Lariviere, a security officer from the U.S. Embassy in Beirut, was in 20H; Daniel O’Connor, a security officer from the U.S. Embassy in Nicosia, Cyprus, sat five rows behind Lariviere in 25H, both men seated over the right wing. The four men had flown together out of Cyprus that morning.”
On Wednesday, 2 September 1998, the aircraft used for the flight, registered HB-IWF, crashed into the Atlantic Ocean southwest of Halifax International Airport at the entrance to St. Margarets Bay, Nova Scotia. The crash site was 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) from shore, roughly equidistant from the tiny fishing and tourist communities of Peggys Cove and Bayswater. All 229 people on board died—the highest death toll of any aviation accident involving a McDonnell Douglas MD-11 and the second-highest of any air disaster in the history of Canada, after Arrow Air Flight 1285.
The initial search and rescue response, crash recovery operation, and resulting investigation by theGovernment of Canada took over four years and cost CAD 57 million (at that time approximately USD38 million). The Transportation Safety Board of Canada‘s (TSB) official report of their investigation stated that flammable material used in the aircraft’s structure allowed a fire to spread beyond the control of the crew, resulting in a loss of control and the crash of the aircraft.
Swissair Flight 111 was known as the “U.N. shuttle” due to its popularity with United Nations officials; the flight often carried business executives, scientists, and researchers.”
“[June 2009] Airbus has agreed a three-year outsourcing deal with IT services supplier Logica, combining local and offshore resources.
The aircraft maker will use [CGI Kinnect and] Logica to manage applications for [fleet insurance and] document management, archiving, groupware and knowledge management. The vendor will also work on development and improvements to the firm’s software [Logica positioned for MitM attack and the loss-adjusted nose up stall].
The contract will see service delivered from sites in Hamburg and Toulouse, local to Airbus’ European operations, supported by a centre in Chennai, India, to save costs.
“Our customers will benefit from local teams on site, and from international teams that have in-depth technical expertise and experience delivering large-scale outsourcing projects,” said Torsten Strass, chief executive of Logica in Germany.
Airbus did not provide further comment on the deal.”
“Ministry of Defence Press Release, 10 January 1998
The UK Ministry of Defence’s SKYNET 4D satellite was launched, in the early hours of today (UK time), from the Kennedy Space Centre at Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA, using a DELTA booster rocket, supplied by Boeing (formerly McDonnell Douglas).
SKYNET 4D is the latest in a line of UK military communications satellites, going back to SKYNET 1, launched in the late 1960’s.
SKYNET 4 first entered service in 1988. Three satellites were built by British Aerospace and Marconi (now part of Matra Marconi Space (MMS)) for UK service and two more for NATO (NATO IV). All five of these satellites are controlled on behalf of the three UK armed services and NATO by the Royal Air Force (RAF) from ground stations in the UK.
As the existing UK satellites (SKYNET 4A, B and C) reach the end of their operational lives, after nearly a decade’s service, they will be replaced by three further satellites (SKYNET 4D, E and F), known collectively as SKYNET 4 Stage 2. These new satellites will have an enhanced communications package and will provide UHF (Ultra High Frequency) and SHF (Super-High Frequency) communications services designed to support the UK armed forces in their enhanced roles, such as the NATO Rapid Reaction Force and support of humanitarian aid anywhere in the Western hemisphere.
The SKYNET 4 Stage 2 programme is the subject of a fixed-price prime contract placed by the MoD Procurement Executive with MMS in 1993. It covers the design, production, launch, in-orbit testing and delivery in-orbit of the satellites, together with the associated ground station work.
The launch of SKYNET 4D means that the withdrawal of existing SKYNET 4 Stage 1 satellites can commence. The remaining two launches, this time using the European ARIANE 4 launch vehicle, are planned for later in 1998 and 1999.
Lord Gilbert, Minister of State for Defence Procurement said:
‘Satellite communications are essential to support all aspects of modern military operations. In the UK, they are required to provide the necessary national communications support for strategic nuclear forces, maritime, air and land forces under both NATO and national tasking, together with UK forces deployed overseas. The successful launch of the SKYNET 4D satellite goes a significant way towards ensuring that this essential service is continued into the next century.’
The requirement for UK military satellite communications is currently met by the SKYNET 4 Stage 1 system which consists of three Super High Frequency / Ultra High Frequency (SHF/UHF) satellites and an associated UK ground segment which provides satellite control and communications management facilities.
The SKYNET 4 Stage 1 satellites are now being replaced by the three new SKYNET Stage 2 satellites. These will serve until the middle of the next decade, when they are scheduled to be replaced under the SKYNET 5 programme. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was recently signed with France and Germany to undertake a collaborative Project Definition phase for this programme, under the title of TRIMILSATCOM.”
“Astrium, Logica win DFA contract Tuesday 23 January 2001 | 00:00 CET | News Astrium and Logica have won a multi-million UK Pound contract from the UK Defence Procurement Agency (DPA) for the supply of a system to upgrade the management of the military satellite comms system in the UK. Logica is a partner of Astrium in the Paradigm consortium.”
“Logica has developed the fully integrated Operational and Business Support system for Skynet 5 containing over 1 million lines of code. These systems demonstrate how commercial technology is at the centre of the delivery of complex communications services to the UK Ministry of Defence. As the prime contractor for the Skynet 5 software, Logica combines its extensive commercial and defence expertise to undertake the development and operations of the Skynet management system. With Skynet 5, the Logica systems allow Paradigm to plan, manage and deliver a wide range of communication services.
Logica has worked with the MoD for nearly 40 years from the business to the battlespace, and is the European leader in military satellite communications ground systems.
Logica is a major international force in IT services. It employs around 39,000 people across 41 countries. Logica’s focus is on enabling its customers to build and maintain leadership positions using Logica’s deep industry knowledge and its track record for successful delivery. The company provides business consulting, systems integration and IT and business process outsourcing across diverse markets including telecoms, financial services, energy and utilities, industry, distribution and transport and the public sector. More information is available from http://www.logica.com/uk”
“Astrium’s secure milsatcoms now cover the world
16 April 2013
Anik G1 launch and Skynet 5D service entry give Astrium Services world’s only commercially owned X-band milsatcom constellation with near-global coverage
Thanks to leased Anik G1 hosted payload, Astrium Services will extend its X-band coverage over the Americas and Pacific Ocean
Fourth Astrium built and operated Skynet 5 satellite, 5D, entered service on 2 April
Astrium, Europe’s leading space technology company, will soon be able to offer near-global coverage in X-band with the successful entry into service of Skynet 5D and the launch of its hosted payload on Telesat’s Anik G1 satellite.
Evert Dudok, CEO of Astrium Services said: “We are the only operator in the world providing near-global coverage reserved exclusively for government and military usage. Reaching from 180 degrees West to 135 degrees East with 75 X-band transponders our constellation has a total of 2.2 GHz – and we now offer more available capacity for our customers.”
Astrium Services has a 15 year contract with Telesat for the exclusive use of the X-Band hosted payload. The Anik G1 satellite launched on 16 April from Baikonur is due to be positioned at 107.3 degrees West. It will provide the first commercial X-band coverage across North and Latin America, with substantial coverage of the Pacific Ocean reaching out to Hawaii and Easter Island.
On 2 April, Astrium successfully brought its Skynet 5D satellite into service following its launch on an Ariane 5 in December 2012. It has been positioned over the Middle East at 53 degrees East – taking the place of Skynet 5B – becoming Astrium Services’ most active milsatcom satellite. Its larger fuel tanks will enable it to be repositioned more frequently to meet operational needs. The Skynet fleet now comprises eight satellites: Skynet 5A, 5B, 5C and 5D, combined with three Skynet 4 satellites (C, E and F) and one NATO IV satellite (see below for orbital positions). The 10 UHF channels on Skynet 5D have already been fully sold to customers including Harris CapRock and the Netherland’s Ministry of Defence.
Skynet 5 is a highly successful PFI (Private Finance Initiative) programme worth £4Bn, signed in October 2003 with the UK Ministry of Defence. Through the Skynet concession, Astrium Services operates the Skynet military satellite constellation and the ground network to provide all Beyond Line of Sight (BLOS) communications to the UK Ministry of Defence. The PFI has enabled Astrium Services to also provide Skynet-based communication services to other government institutions including the UK Cabinet Office and armed forces from other nations such as US, Canada, Australia and also to NATO.
Colonel Justin Hodges, Deputy Head for the Beyond Line of Sight team at the MOD’S Defence , Equipment and Support Organisation said: “Entry into service of the Skynet 5D is yet another significant milestone in this successful programme. It marks the culmination of a decade of hard work by the MOD’s ISS Networks Team and Astrium to provide additional communications capacity for the Armed Forces.”
Notes to Editors – Satellite orbital positions:
•Skynet 4C – 1 degree West •Skynet 4E – 33 degrees East •Skynet 4F – 34 degrees West •NATO IVB – 35 degrees East •Skynet 5A – 6 degrees East •Skynet 5B – 25 degrees East •Skynet 5C – 17.8 degrees West •Skynet 5D – 53 degrees East •Anik G1 – 107.3 degrees West
Astrium is the number one company in Europe for space technologies and the third in the world. It is the only global company that covers the full range of civil and defence space systems, equipment and services.
In 2012, Astrium had a turnover over €5.8 billion and 18,000 employees worldwide.
Its three business units are: Astrium Space Transportation, the European prime contractor for launchers, orbital systems and space exploration; Astrium Satellites, a leading provider of satellite system solutions, including spacecraft, ground segments, payloads and equipments; Astrium Services, the Space services partner for critical missions, providing comprehensive fixed and mobile solutions covering secure and commercial satcoms and networks, and bespoke geo-information services, worldwide.
Astrium is a wholly owned subsidiary of EADS, a global leader in aerospace, defence and related services. In 2012, the Group –comprising Airbus, Astrium, Cassidian and Eurocopter – generated revenues of €56.5 billion and employed a workforce of over 140,000.”