Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Synopsis: Suggests former Rose Law partners, Hillary Clinton and Joe Giroir, hired Martec to develop maneuvers to fly a Boeing drone over Pentagon lawn without wings being ripped off.
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From: Captain Field McConnell and David Hawkins, Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE http://www.hawkscafe.com/
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Re: How Hillary flew Martec over the Pentagon lawn
Captain Field McConnell and David Hawkins, forensic economists at Hawks CAFE, believe that the former Rose Law firm partners, Hillary Clinton and Joe Giroir, hired Martec and its public and private partners to test and develop maneuvers needed by 'al-Qaeda' project managers to fly a modified Boeing drone aircraft over the Pentagon lawn on 9/11 without the wings being ripped off.
We have discovered (see notes below) that Martec appears to have used the triaxial BEI-QRS*11 missile gyroscopes, supplied by Rose Law's clients, to develop transfer functions which would allow an illegally-modified aircraft to execute "symmetric pull-ups and rolling pull-outs, dynamic modes with control pulse inputs and gust-response for trimmed flight into turbulence". (QRS* = Quartz rate sensors)
Martec's development of these high-stress maneuvers is consistent with the sudden but smooth adjustments to the trajectories of the plane which hit the South Tower (WTC#2) on 9/11 and the one (AA Flight 77?) that flew over the Pentagon lawn at 15' elevation and 540 mph, apparently guided by the dual-purpose cable reels placed strategically by Amec (UK) construction crews or Raytheon-Thales operatives in line with the intended target.
Captain Field McConnell will contact Martec principals in a few hours to demand an explanation of the transfer functions apparently developed for the former Rose Law partners, Hillary Clinton and Joe Giroir, and their clients in support of the `al-Qaeda' hijackings of 9/11 and their high-speed flight over the Pentagon lawn.
Field McConnell, 28 year airline, 22 year military pilot,
23,000 hours of safety avalonbeef@...
David Hawkins hawks-cafe@...
Notes: "How Hillary flew Martec over the Pentagon lawn"
The alleged AA Flight 77 destroyed the US Naval Command Center in Wedge I of the Pentagon, apparently re- or pre-sabotaged by Amec (UK) blast technicians, and disrupted US president George Bush's chain of command with America's worldwide naval assets.
A `benign' vertical pull test would be so that a disoriented pilot would be able to do a "vertical pull wings level at perhaps 2.5 Gs from perhaps a 30 degree nose low position and by pulling max Gs, whatever that may be (generally 2-2.5 Gs in transport category).
A less `benign' vertical pull test would be to see what `interesting' high performance maneuvers could be accomplished "without ripping the wings off".
We note that the drones allegedly used by Rose Law clients on 9/11, would have less fuel, no passengers, and no bags or cargo so that even if they had not been strengthened, they would, just by less gross weight, be able to outperform a typical passenger flight.
We also note that the distribution of "G" – gravity meters – in the Martec tests may make sense for research, but that research would already have been done before the aircraft were "certified" therefore suggesting that Martec's clients had a second purpose.
The rolling pullout would "ostensibly be to see what a disoriented pilot could expect to be able to generate (degrees per second of rotation around the horizontal axis) but every commercial pilot already knows never to do a rolling pull out, but always roll the wings level and then pull vertically once the wings have levered (i.e. stressed with load).
If targeted aircraft had already been certified, the Martec tests - allegedly commissioned through Rose Law - would be redundant because those particular aircraft types would already have BEEN CERTIFIED FOR THEIR INTENDED MISSION, i.e. to haul people.
We conclude that THE REAL REASON FOR THE MARTEC TEST was to allow Rose and Martec clients to swap the passenger aircraft decoys used during the 9/11 war game `Global Guardian' into a Hillary firework – a drone with a payload of nanoalumium-boosted incendiary cluster bombs – without giving blue-team defenders time to respond.
In this scenario, second tower, the aircraft [Boeing E10] was flown at much greater airspeed and much smoother than what airline pilots could do just because they never would have flown at 380K below 10,000 feet [Federal Air Regulation, 250K below 10]
Hawks' CAFE has therefore ruled out both `Muslim Patsies' and/or typical airline pilots in the cockpits or at the controls of the Boeing E10 and other drones on 9-11.
"DESCRIPTION: The Directorate of Technical Airworthiness (DTA) undertook the responsibility of providing the CC-130 aircraft fleet with an Operational Loads Monitoring (OLM) capability. The main purpose of the OLM program was to provide a rational method for a usage-based inspection scheduling, in order to reduce maintenance costs while ensuring safety of flight. Under contract from DND, Martec Limited was assigned the responsibility for developing transfer functions, which are used to convert aircraft flight parameters into local stress sequences. The data used for validating the transfer functions were obtained from flight test. In cooperation with another partner [Boeing or Cascade], Martec was responsible for preparing an instrumentation plan as well as a list of measurements to be recorded during the flight test. The 72 channel instrumentation package included 54 strain gauges located at critical locations on the wing, 9 accelerometers spread along the wing and fuselage, and rate gyros [QRS11?] for pitch and roll motions. In addition to the instrumentation channels, data from the current OLM system were made available for validation. Martec was also responsible for providing DND with a flight test matrix detailing the appropriate maneuvers to be performed during 3 sorties of approximately 2 hours each. The 3 test matrices each included maneuvers to evaluate wing loading (symmetric pull-ups & rolling pull-outs), dynamic modes (control pulse inputs) and gust response (trimmed flight into turbulence), all performed at various airspeeds and altitudes. Because of the test program`s relatively modest size, it was essential for Martec to include some amount of redundancy into the matrix in order to account for the possibility of corrupt data for one of the sorties. Following completion of the flight test, the instrumentation data collected was used to validate the transfer functions, which received the recorded flight parameters as input."
"Specialist in electronics and communications for severe environments, the Martec Group with its subsidiary companies (Serpe-Iesm, Tekelec Systèmes, Tekelec Services, Metocean Data Systems) is known for its expertise and has twenty years of experience in product design and the integration of systems for the Defence, Aeronautical, Naval, Environmental, Industrial and Transport sectors. Its technical and industrial skills are used in its three main business sectors and fields of application: Beacons & Instrumental Systems, Physical & Electronic Security, Real-Time Systems & Services. With a staff of 350 persons, the Martec Group has several sites in France (Paris, Lorient, Troyes), a subsidiary in Canada (Halifax) and a worldwide distribution network in more than 60 countries."
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