Tuesday, April 8, 2014

#1914: Marine Links the Brothers Soames to Serco MH 370 Autopilot, MI-3 Hotel Red Switch Nuke

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Nicholas Soames and his Serco CEO brother Rupert to a simulated hijack and nuke attack on Beijing or Kuala Lumpur on March 8th allegedly coordinated by Serco agents using a Boeing Uninterruptible Autopilot (BUAP) on the GECAS-owned 777 of MH Flight 370 and the Westin Hotel red-switch network of the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company.

McConnell claims that the brothers' uncle, the late and former U.K. Defence minister Duncan Sandys, gave Serco a contract in the ‘60s to operate a 'four-minute warning' system to alert the nation to a ballistic missile attack and Serco agents went on to set up a hotel-based red switch network to threaten nuke attacks and extort government leaders.

McConnell claims that Nicholas Soames, also a former U.K. Defence minister, hired Serco director Maureen Baginski to equip the Starwood Westin hotel chain with an MI-3 red switch network so that travelling guests of the National Command Authority (usually the President of the United States or his wife (?)) could access the FLASH OVERRIDE capability allegedly used to hack the Flight 370 autopilot, simulate a nuke attack on Beijing or Kuala Lumpur and – after the extorted political and military leaders of targeted nations had been suitably intimidated – order a faintly-pinging frequency-fading black box to be ditched in 5,800 meters of water in the Diamintina Trench.

Prequel:
#1913: Marine Links Churchill Grandsons to MH 370 Stealth, MI-3 Hotel Red Switch Hack


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Radiohead - 4 Minute Warning

“A handout photo taken on April 6, 2014 and released on April 7 by the Australian Defence shows a helicopeter leaving the flight deck of HMAS SUCCESS as it completes a replenishment at Sea with Royal Malaysian Navy frigate KD Lekiu whilst taking part in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in the southern Indian Ocean. The NDV Ocean Shield has detected new underwater signals consistent with aircraft black boxes, the search chief said on April 7, describing it as the "most promising lead" so far in the month-old hunt for missing Flight MH370.”

 Ship frantically trying to pick up underwater ‘pings’ again in search for missing flight MH370

“A handout photo taken on April 7, 2014 and released on April 8 by Australian Defence shows Able Seaman Clearance Divers Matthew Johnston (R) and Michael Arnold from the Australian Defence Vessel Ocean Shield scanning the water for debris of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 370 in the southern Indian Ocean. The hunt for underwater signals from missing Flight MH370 is likely to continue for days before a robot submersible is deployed to comb the seabed, the Australian search chief said on April 8, 2014.”

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9M-MRB - Malaysia Airlines
Boeing 777-2H6ER

“Super Serco bulldozes ahead
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
UPDATED: 23:00 GMT, 1 September 2004 SERCO has come a long way since the 1960s when it ran the 'four-minute warning' system to alert the nation to a ballistic missile attack.

Today its £10.3bn order book is bigger than many countries' defence budgets. It is bidding for a further £8bn worth of contracts and sees £16bn of 'opportunities'. 

Profit growth is less ballistic. The first-half pre-tax surplus rose 4% to £28.1m, net profits just 1% to £18m. Stripping out goodwill, the rise was 17%, with dividends up 12.5% to 0.81p. 

Serco runs the Docklands Light Railway, five UK prisons, airport radar and forest bulldozers in Florida.

Chairman Kevin Beeston said: 'We have virtually no debt and more than 600 contracts.'

The shares, 672p four years ago, rose 8 1/4p to 207 1/4p, valuing Serco at £880m or nearly 17 times earnings.

Michael Morris, at broker Arbuthnot, says they are 'a play on UK government spend' which is rising fast.”

“Ship frantically trying to pick up underwater ‘pings’ again in search for missing flight MH370
Nick Perry, Associated Press | April 8, 2014 | Last Updated: Apr 8 8:53 AM ET More from Associated Press
MH370 black box batteries nearly dead

PERTH, Australia — Search crews in the Indian Ocean failed to pick up more of the faint underwater sounds that may have been from the missing Malaysian jetliner’s black boxes whose batteries are at the end of their life.

The signals first heard late Saturday and early Sunday had sparked hopes of a breakthrough in the search for Flight 370, but Angus Houston, the retired Australian air chief marshal leading the search far off western Australia, said listening equipment on the Ocean Shield ship has picked up no trace of the sounds since then. 

Finding the black boxes quickly is critical, because their locator beacons have a battery life of only about a month — and Tuesday marks exactly one month since the plane vanished. Once the beacons blink off, locating the black boxes in such deep water would be an immensely difficult, if not impossible, task.

“There have been no further contacts with any transmission and we need to continue(searching) for several days right up to the point at which there’s absolutely no doubt that the batteries will have expired,” Houston said.
….

The black boxes containing the flight data and cockpit voice recorders are key to learning why the plane lost communications and veered so far off-course. 

“Everyone’s anxious about the life of the batteries on the black box flight recorders,” said Truss, who is acting prime minister while Tony Abbott is overseas. “Sometimes they go on for many, many weeks longer than they’re mandated to operate for — we hope that’ll be the case in this instance. But clearly there is an aura of urgency about the investigation.”

The first sound picked up by the equipment on board the Ocean Shield lasted two hours and 20 minutes before it was lost, Houston said. The ship then turned around and picked up a signal again — this time recording two distinct “pinger returns” that lasted 13 minutes. That would be consistent with transmissions from both the flight data recorder and the cockpit voice recorder.

The black boxes normally emit a frequency of 37.5 kilohertz, and the signals picked up by the Ocean Shield were both 33.3 kilohertz, U.S. Navy Capt. Mark Matthews said.

Houston said the frequency heard was considered “quite credible” by the manufacturer, and noted that the frequency from the Air France jet that crashed several years ago was 34 kilohertz. The age of the batteries and the water pressure in the deep ocean can affect the transmission level, he said. The Ocean Shield is dragging a pinger locator at a depth of 3 kilometres. It is designed to detect signals at a range of 1.8 kilometres, meaning it would need to be almost on top of the recorders to detect them if they were on the ocean floor, which is about 4.5 kilometres deep. 

The surface search for any plane debris also continued Tuesday. Up to 14 planes and as many ships were focusing on a single search area covering 77, 580 square kilometres of ocean, said the Joint Agency Coordination Center, which is overseeing the operation.”

[Spoliation inference: Baginski allegedly created a“temporary” flash override capability for traveling guests of the Starwood Westin Hotel chain MI-3 Innolders Livery Company to stage man-in-the-middle attacks on government leaders and crime-scene investigators to shelter the guilty] Temporary DSN service upgrading to support the NCA, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, CINCs, Service Chiefs, or other equivalent personnel during travel is authorized for all precedence levels for up to 30 days. Temporary upgrading is also authorized for emergencies and exercises. Requests should follow the procedures in Enclosure C and must be coordinated with DISA and approved by the CINC or the Service Chief concerned. Approvals of flash override and flash access must be provided to DISA and the Joint Staff. The CINC or Service Chief must identify source of funding to cover additional costs prior to approval.”

“The Language of Journalism: Profanity, obscenity & the media
books.google.ca/books?isbn=0765802201 Melvin J. Lasky - 2005 - ‎Language Arts & Disciplines He was Nicholas Soames, himself a minister in John Major's Conservative government ( 1992-1997). And it could ... You must get your cock in the till." 

McConnell offers his services as an expert witness to explain the jargon associated with MI-3 Stealth, Flash Override and Boeing Uninterruptible Autopilot technologies as they connect with the wrongful deaths in re MH 370 and malfeasance of Serco, Boeing, The Honourable Company of Air Pilots and the Air Line Pilots Association, Int’l (ALPA).

Yours sincerely,


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


Ian Bendel's Overview Current SERCO Site Lead Defense Red Switch Network Pentagon at Serco - North America Defense Red Switch Network Engineer II at Serco - North America
Past 
Defense Red Switch Systems Specialist at SAIC, Pentagon
Network Infrastructure Requirements Manager at United States Air Force
Network Infrastructure Technician at United States Air Force
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Education
American University
Community College of the Air Force
Airman Leadership School, 2006 United States Air Force, Royal Air Force
….
Seeking new opportunities in IT management and audio-visual production

* Eleven years defense IT & network management experience
* Active Top Secret/SCI U.S. Government security clearance
* Knowledge of LAN/WAN network infrastructure
* Expert maintenance capability for network, cryptographic, and transmission systems
* Advanced knowledge of Government encryption devices, Cisco routers and switches, 
VoIP/SVoIP phones, Windows networks, modems, multiplexers, cabling, and Defense Red Switch Network
* DOD 8570 IAT level II certified, CompTIA Security+ CE

Specialties: cabling, Cisco routers, computer hardware, cryptography, LAN/WAN, materials management, Microsoft Windows, modems, networking, switches, telecommunications, telephone skills, transmission, troubleshooting, voice and data, VOIP/SVOIP
Ian Bendel's Experience
SERCO Site Lead Defense Red Switch Network Pentagon
Serco - North America
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
January 2012 – Present (2 years 4 months) Arlington, VA
Promoted to Site Lead for the SERCO Subcontract to SAIC. Management of five subcontractors across three shifts in the Pentagon office of the Defense Red Switch Network. Defense Red Switch Network Engineer II
Serco - North America
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
February 2010 – Present (4 years 3 months)

* Responsible for daily keying, updates, installation, and configuration of all Pentagon
DRSN equipment
* Within one month, reconfigured and modernized more than ten critical circuits vital to the secure communications of the US military
* Routinely interfaces and supports the communication needs of over 800 top government officials including the Secretary of Defense, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the President of the United States
Defense Red Switch Systems Specialis
SAIC, Pentagon
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SAIC; Information Technology and Services industry
January 2009 – September 2009 (9 months)
* Responsible for daily keying, updates, installation, and configuration of all Pentagon
DRSN equipment
* Within one month, reconfigured and modernized more than ten critical circuits vital to the secure communications of the US military
* Routinely interfaces and supports the communication needs of over 800 top government officials including the Secretary of Defense, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the President of the United States
Network Infrastructure Requirements Manager
United States Air Force
Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Defense & Space industry
June 2006 – January 2009 (2 years 8 months)
* Responsible for surveying technical needs and associated costs for all new network infrastructure requirements
* Led Voice Over IP integration team, providing technical solutions, costs, and engineering skill for over 800 new phones
Network Infrastructure Technician
United States Air Force
Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Defense & Space industry 
October 2005 – June 2006 (9 months)
* Responsible for the configuration and maintenance of Cisco routers, switches, VOIP phones and call managers.
* Maintained local network configuration management drawings, Primary COMSEC Responsible Officer.
* Supervisor of three airmen in requirements section.
Secure Communications Technician
United States Air Force 
Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Defense & Space industry 
October 2002 – October 2005 (3 years 1 month)
* Keying and maintenance of more than 75 long-haul cryptographic circuits.
* Primary records custodian responsible for maintenance and disposition of thousands of government files.
* Direct support of TBMCS, JWICS, SIPRNET, and DRSN equipment.”

CCEB military precedence[edit]

The Combined Communications Electronics Board (CCEB), a five-nation joint military communications-electronics organization (consisting of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States), uses the following message precedence designators, in descending order of importance:

FLASH (Z)[edit]

This precedence is reserved for initial enemy contact messages or operational combat messages of extreme urgency. Brevity is mandatory. FLASH messages are to be handled as fast as humanly possible, ahead of all other messages, with in-station handling time not to exceed 10 minutes. Messages of lower precedence are interrupted on all circuits involved until the handling of FLASH messages is completed.

IMMEDIATE (O)[edit] 

This precedence is reserved for messages relating to situations gravely affecting the security of the nation. It requires immediate delivery. Examples include reports of widespread civil disturbance, reports or warning of grave natural disaster, and requests for or directions concerning search and rescue operations. IMMEDIATE messages are processed, transmitted, and delivered in the order received and ahead of all messages of lower precedence. They are to be handled as quickly as possible, with in-station handling time not to exceed 30 minutes. Messages of lower precedence should be interrupted on all circuits involved until the handling of the IMMEDIATE message is completed. The use of the letter "O" comes from the original name for this level, "operational immediate".

PRIORITY (P)[edit]

This precedence is reserved for traffic requiring expeditious action by the addressee or for conducting operations in progress when ROUTINE precedence will not suffice. PRIORITY precedence messages are processed, transmitted, and delivered in the order received and ahead of all messages of ROUTINE precedence. Examples include requests for supplies or equipment during the conduct of an operation, time-critical items requiring quick response, and situation reports. They are to be handled as quickly as possible, with in-station handling time not to exceed 3 hours.

ROUTINE (R)[edit]

This precedence is used for all types of message traffic justifying transmission by rapid means, but not of sufficient urgency to require higher precedence. ROUTINE precedence messages are delivered in the order received and after all messages of higher precedence. Examples include any message that requires the documentation of its transmission or delivery; messages concerning normal operations, programs, or projects; and periodic or consolidated reports. They should be handled as soon as traffic flow allows, but no later than the beginning of the next duty day. Flash Override (Y)[edit]

The National Command Authority (usually the President of the United States) has access to a FLASH OVERRIDE (FO) capability. FO is not a precedence, but instead represents the authority and means to override all other traffic, including FLASH precedence messages. In written message traffic, the proword 'Y' is used to indicate a message having the authority to override all other traffic and is usually assigned to Emergency Action Messages (EAM).”

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