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Panel Has Doubts on Post-9/11 Measures

The two government agencies responsible for keeping the skies over the United States safe say they have made vast improvements to prevent the lack of coordination that the 9/11 commission’s staff report described on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. But leading members of the commission, speaking to reporters after the report was released on Thursday, expressed skepticism that enough has been done by the Federal Aviation Administration and the North American Aerospace Defense Command. Specifically, they cited an incident two weeks ago when an unidentified aircraft flew unusually low over New York City and confusion arose over who had the authority to respond. Full Story

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