Plum City – (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked a student loan scheme at Oxford Aviation Training by which HSBC apparently procured NetJets pilots for drug trafficking to the Serco ground staff at RAF Northolt who allegedly developed the Black Hand* check turns by which United Flight 93 was able to execute the droned aerobatic maneuver described thusly — “the control wheel was turned hard to the right. The airplane rolled onto its back, and one of the hijackers began shouting, ‘Allah is the greatest. Allah is the greatest.'”
Black Hand* – Lloyd’s Register of captains or journeymen with a “Privy Seal License to Kill, Burn, Bribe” for the City of London’s Honourable Artillery Company 1537; Master Mariners and Air Pilots (formerly GAPAN) 1929, and The Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts 1638 – whose alumni include U.S. Presidents James Monroe, Chester Alan Arthur, Calvin Coolidge and John F. Kennedy and – perhaps – Barack ‘Choom Gang’ Obama.
McConnell notes that the absence of visible check turns in the videos of the 9/11 attacks, indicates all the hijacked aircraft – including United Flight 93 – were flown remotely by NetJets pilots in aircraft using Black Hand check turns developed by Serco at RAF Northolt and imputed into the QRS-11 gyroscopes and uninterruptible autopilots on the four, targeted Boeing aircraft.
McConnell claims that HSBC bribed Congress to pass the Clinton-sponsored Family Assistance Act in October of 1996 thereby forcing all American based airlines (and later all those operating in the US) to call in DMORT teams to crash/crime scenes so that Black Hand journeymen could destroy evidence which would otherwise expose Serco’s hijacking services out of RAF Northolt.
McConnell will attend The British Constitution Group’s Spring Conference, held jointly with the UK Column, in Telford, U.K., starting February 28, and answer questions on HSBC’s apparent procurement of NetJets pilots for drug trafficking and the Serco staff at RAF Northolt who allegedly used Black Hand check turns to kill everyone on board United 93.
NetJets CEO Jordan Hansell on the World’s Largest Private Jet Fleet and Working with Warren Buffet
Sunset Interviews [Group Captain Andy Bacon ADC MA BSc] RAF.
SWISSLEAKS – “HSBC developed dangerous clients: arms merchants, drug dealers, terrorism financers”
Copy of SERCO GROUP PLC: List of Subsidiaries AND Shareholders! (Mobile Playback Version) [Note that HSBC is Serco’s banker and one of Serco’s major shareholders with
Her Majesty’s Government and its funds]
Serco… Would you like to know more?
“The Fabrication of the Flight 93 Myth
Three-minute discrepancy in tape
Cockpit voice recording ends before Flight 93’s official time of impact
THE FINAL three minutes of hijacked United Flight 93 are still a mystery more than a year after it crashed in western Pennsylvania – even to grieving relatives who sought comfort in listening to its cockpit tapes in April.
A Daily News investigation has found a roughly three-minute gap between the time the tape goes silent – according to government-prepared transcripts – and the time that top scientists have pinpointed for the crash.
Several leading seismologists agree that Flight 93 crashed last Sept. 11 at 10:06:05 a.m., give or take a couple of seconds. Family members allowed to hear the cockpit voice recorder in Princeton, N.J., last spring were told it stopped just after 10:03.
The FBI and other agencies refused repeated requests to explain the discrepancy.
But the relatives of Flight 93 passengers who heard the cockpit tape April 18 at a Princeton hotel said government officials laid out a timetable for the crash in a briefing and in a transcript that accompanied the recording. Relatives later reported they heard sounds of an on-board struggle beginning at 9:58 a.m., but there was a final “rushing sound” at 10:03, and the tape fell silent.
Vaughn Hoglan, the uncle of passenger Mark Bingham, said by phone from California that near the end there are shouts of “pull up, pull up,” but the end of the tape “is inferred – there’s no impact.” [Philadelphia Daily News, 9/16/2002]
Okay, so the above article states that seismologists agreed that Flight 93 crashed at 10:06 a.m., the last three minutes of the cockpit tape were missing, there is a mention of a struggle, but no mention of maniacal hijackers, and the tape ended with a “rushing sound”.
Let’s move on to 2004:
The passengers continued with their assault, trying to break through the cockpit door. At 10:02 a.m. and 23 seconds, a hijacker said, “Pull it down! Pull it down!”
“The hijackers remained at the controls but must have judged that the passengers were only seconds from overcoming them,” the report concludes.
“The airplane headed down; the control wheel was turned hard to the right. The airplane rolled onto its back, and one of the hijackers began shouting, ‘Allah is the greatest. Allah is the greatest.’
“With the sounds of the passenger counter-attack continuing, the aircraft plowed into an empty field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, at 580 miles per hour, about 20 minutes’ flying time from Washington, D.C.” [CNN, 7/23/2004]
The story has completely changed. The 10:06 a.m. seismic event has completely disappeared and we are told that maniacal hijackers on the verge of being overwhelmed by passengers counter attacking whilst the plane was flying upside down flew the plane into the ground at 10:03 a.m. with one of them shouting “Allah is the greatest. Allah is the greatest.”
Now let’s move on to 2006:
Three minutes after 10 a.m., passengers seem to be breaking through the cockpit door, fighting with the hijackers in a futile effort to take back the throttle.
“Go! Go!” they encourage one another. “Move! Move!”
But the terrorists have flipped the plane upside down. They spin it downward.
“Shall we finish it off?” a hijacker asks in Arabic.
In its final plunge, the hijackers shout over and over in Arabic: “Allah is the greatest! Allah is the greatest!” [SFGate, 4/13/2006]
Now ALL of the hijackers are shouting “Allah is the greatest! Allah is the greatest!”
Why do I get the feeling that the last minutes of Flight 93’s CVR are fabricated?”
“Private plane by NetJets tracked Flight UA93 on September 11 “Additional recordings would be played from the cockpit of an executive jet that tracked Flight 93 on Sept. 11… An official for NetJets, a company that sells shares in private business aircraft, confirmed that the plane tracking Flight 93 belonged to the company.
The official, who asked not to be identified by name, said the company was asked not to comment on the Sept. 11 flight but would not say who made the request.” -Holland Sentinel/AP (8/09/02)”
“OAT / NETJETS EUROPE CADET PROGRAMME
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the purpose of the joint OAT/NetJets Europe Cadet Programme?
NetJets Europe is the leading private jet operator in Europe and conducts operations around the world. They are undergoing a programme of expansion and have identified a requirement to recruit a number of highly motivated, suitably qualified young men and women of European Union or Swiss citizenship to join them as First Officers. Those initially selected will enter training at Oxford Aviation Training on an integrated APP First Officer (APP FO) ATPL training course commencing in either May, June or August 2007 and should enter the airline as a First Officer under training from late 2008. Further courses are planned for later in the year.
What can you tell me about Oxford Aviation Training?
OAT is one of the largest and best known Flight Training Schools in the world. Since 1964, it has trained more than 16,000 pilots for many of the world’s major airlines. At its two Airline Training Centres, in Oxford, England and Phoenix, Arizona, OAT provides state-of-the-art facilities, highly-experienced instructors and unsurpassed training.
What can you tell me about NetJets Europe?
NetJets Europe operates business jets on a fractional ownership basis. NetJets has over 1,250 owners and cardholders who currently share 114 jets with an average age of 2.5 years. NetJets Europe has grown over the last 10 years since inception to become the ninth largest airline in Europe in terms of fleet size. The company is more than 6 times the size of the next largest business jet operator in Europe.
NetJets Europe currently operates the following aircraft types:
* Cessna Citation Bravo
* Hawker 400XP
* Cessna Citation Excel/XLS
* Hawker 800XP/XPC
* Falcon 2000, 2000EX, 900, 900EX
* Gulfstream GIV-SP, V, 550
OAT created the very first ab-initio integrated airline pilot training programme in 1964. The APP FO course is an entirely new version of this training and was launched in 2003, with the first course graduating in mid-2004. It was designed from the outset to provide airline focussed training for selected individuals able to demonstrate the skills, aptitude and personal qualities needed to operate as a First Officer in the highly demanding operating environment of a modern commercial jet. The APP FO is now widely accepted by airlines as representing the benchmark for modern, integrated ab-initio training courses. The OAT/NetJets Europe cadet programme provides the same high quality airline focused training that is the established hallmark of the APP FO course, and adds to it certain key features, notably:
* A conditional offer of employment as a pilot by NetJets Europe
* A bespoke bank loan from HSBC
* Partial refund of your APP FO training and associated costs through employment with NetJets Europe
Will those selected for the OAT/NetJets Europe Cadet Programme complete the standard APP FO course?
NetJets Europe selected students will complete the standard course save that certain key elements will be focused on the airline’s own procedures and techniques. NetJets Europe cadets will attend an additional two week course prior to graduation on aerobatics/unusual attitudes and VFR airfield training.
How does it work?
Prior to commencement of training, students who pass a joint OAT/NetJets selection process will be offered conditional employment by NetJets Europe subject to their achieving and maintaining satisfactory standards as they progress through their OAT training.
What are the financial benefits?
In addition to the security of employment with NetJets Europe, successful OAT/NetJets candidates will benefit from a special cadet entry First Officer salary programme. In addition to a cadet entry salary of €36,500 per annum, NetJets Europe will also pay those selected for the cadet programme a further €20,000 pa towards repayment of their training loan until such time that the training loan has been repaid (€56,500 in total for your first year of employment). It is anticipated the loan will be paid off within 5-6 years of employment with NetJets Europe, at which time the cadet entry First Officer switches to the First Officer salary scale with accrued company seniority from date of joining the airline.
For cadet entry First Officers resident in the UK on entry into the airline, and during the repayment period, we have been advised by the Inland Revenue that the repayment may be from gross salary i.e. before tax. For cadets resident outside of the UK during the repayment period the deductions will be made from net salary i.e. after tax.
NetJets Europe also currently provides type training for their new pilots at company expense. Details of these benefits will be fully explained to those candidates who successfully reach Stage 2 of the selection process.
How much will the course cost?
Under the cadet training programme OAT training will cost £61,800 plus £4,000 for the CAA test fees (2007 figures). Included in the price are 20 weeks room only accommodation in Phoenix plus the two weeks accommodation during the additional aerobatic/unusual attitude advance handling and VFR training courses. This will mean that you will need to cover any other expenses, which are effectively limited to approximately 43 weeks Oxford accommodation and food, (estimated cost of £9,000) given that all other costs are already encompassed within the course fee. The total estimated cost is approximately £75,000.
OAT offers a bespoke HSBC loan programme for all APP FO students. Based on this programme, OAT/NetJets Europe cadets will qualify for a loan of up to £60,000, subject to meeting agreed HSBC/NetJets requirements. The loan will be paid off through salary deductions over a period of 5 to 6 years.
Successful candidates will be required to deposit £9,000 into a HSBC deposit account prior to commencement of the course, which will be refunded to their loan account, plus interest, once they have successfully completed their multi-engine commercial flight test (approximately 50 weeks into the course).
Full details of the special loan arrangements associated with the programme will be provided to all candidates reaching Stage 2 of Selection.
Will I be required to occupy OAT accommodation during the course?
Yes, NetJets Europe selected cadets will be required to occupy OAT accommodation for the full course.
I have already passed the APP FO Skills Assessment and applied for the standard HSBC Professional Studies Loan. Should I continue my application?
You should continue your existing loan application concurrently with the NetJets selection process, which will ensure your course commencement is not delayed unnecessarily if you are not chosen by NetJets Europe.
Will the OAT ‘Skills Protection Plan (SPP) guarantee apply to the OAT/NetJets Europe Cadet Programme?
OAT will apply full APP FO Skills Protection Plan guarantees to NetJets’ courses, covering financial risk up to the multi-engine commercial flight test (approximately at the 50 week point).”
“Oxford Aviation Academy (OAA) is the largest ab initio flight training network in the world and it provides integrated aviation training and resourcing services. Professional airline pilots have been trained at Oxford Aviation Academy flight school since 1961.
OAA operates 125 training aircraft, 64 simulators and 10 training centres delivering a portfolio of aviation training courses. OAA’s 3 ab initio airline pilot training schools have trained more than 26,000 professional pilots over the past 50 years. OAA’s 7 type training centres offer approved airline pilot, cabin crew and maintenance engineer training on a wide range of aircraft types including Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier, BAE Systems and Embraer.
Oxford Aviation Academy includes the former Oxford Aviation Training — a commercial pilot training school based at London Oxford Airport in the United Kingdom — and Phoenix Goodyear Airport in the United States of America; the former SAS Flight Academy, the former GECAT and the former BAE Systems Woodford, UK Training Centre, all of which are majority owned by STAR Capital Partners of London with a minority stake of less than 20% retained by GE Commercial Aviation Services.
The Airline Pilot Programme First Officer course is a full-time, Integrated Joint Aviation Authorities/European Aviation Safety Agency (JAA/EASA) course leading to the award of a ‘Frozen’ (becoming unfrozen when the candidate has completed 1500 hours in a multi-pilot environment) Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL).”
“Brian J Walton Aviation Engineer & Expert Witness 1995 to date … Serco Group plc, RAF Northolt
Senior BAe 146 Crew Chief
Operate under The Military Aviation Authority (MAA) & Maintenance Approved Organisation Scheme (MAOS) rules.
Fly on the BAe 146 CC2 of No32 (TR) Squadron, RAF (an amalgamation of The Queen’s Flight and 32 Squadron RAF) as a civilian Engineering Specialist. Duties include setting up the aircraft and testing all systems. Carry out all servicing and rectification and solely responsible for engineering standards whilst away from base. Fly worldwide on Royal/VVIP Tours, often for extended periods and was the engineer on all of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh’s BAe 146 tasks for approximately six years until his retirement from flying.
Responsible for training and annual assessment of all the new BAe 146 Crew Chiefs, ensuring they continue to meet exacting engineering standards. Accompany Test Pilots on full Air Tests on an annual basis and on any Air Checks. Carry out diagnosis, rectification and functionals of all systems, including ground running of the engines and APU, also take part in hangar servicing of the BAe 146 at all levels up to C check.
Completed all the manufacturers BAe 146 training courses, Airframe, Engine, Electrics, Avionic and SEP10 Autopilot course.”
Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971; Forensic Economist; 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot; 23,000 hours of safety; Tel: 715 307 8222
David Hawkins Tel: 604 542-0891 Forensic Economist; former leader of oil-well blow-out teams; now sponsors Grand Juries in CSI Crime and Safety Investigation