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NEADS commanders and officers actively sought out information, and made the best judgments they could on the basis of what they knew. Individual FAA controllers, facility managers,and Command Center managers thought outside the box in recommending a nationwide alert, in ground-stopping local traffic, and, ultimately, in deciding to land all aircraft and executing that unprecedented order flawlessly. Those accounts had the effect of deflecting questions about the military’s capacity to obtain timely and accurate information from its own sources.

185 Elsewhere in the White House, a series of 9:00 meetings was about to begin. 186 The Agencies Confer When they learned a second plane had struck the World Trade Center, nearly everyone in the White House told us, they immediately knew it was not an accident. 4pp 36 7/17/04 9:12 AM Page 36 THE 9/11 COMMISSION REPORT around the White House complex. The officials who issued these orders did not know that there were additional hijacked aircraft, or that one such aircraft was en route to Washington.

He did not know that other aircraft had been hijacked. The center also contacted the West Virginia State Police and asked whether any reports of a downed aircraft had been received. A discussion of this concern between the manager at Indianapolis and the Command Center in Herndon prompted it to notify some FAA field facilities that American 77 was lost. 4pp 7/17/04 9:12 AM Page 25 “WE HAVE SOME PLANES” 25 it had been hijacked. 141 The failure to find a primary radar return for American 77 led us to investigate this issue further.

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