McConnell believes Serco – formerly RCA GB 1928 – began operating red-switch networks for traveling spouses of WWII leaders from the Fairmont Hamilton Princess hotel in Bermuda and he claims that former U.K. Minister of Defence Nicholas Soames ordered Baginski to hack Flight 370’s autopilot for a Serco hotel flash-override-override attack on KL’s Petronas Towers.
McConnell believes erstwhile colleagues at the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity Command used the Heartbleed bug to thwart the Petronas Towers attack by re-overriding Serco’s MI-3 hotel red-switch network and flying MH 370 to a Cat III C landing on Diego Garcia (BIOT).
#1924: Marine Links Obama Trip to Serco’s MI-3 Hotel Red Switch Bug, 370 Autopilot Hack
BREAKING: Malaysian PM News Conference over MH370 Hijacked
California DMV - Rules of the Road #7 - Signal Intersections
Request for Comments: 4412
Columbia U. Category: Standards Track J. Polk
Cisco Systems February 2006 Communications Resource Priority for the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4412
10.3. The "DRSN" Namespace The DRSN namespace comes from the name of a US government network, called "The Defense RED Switched Network".
The DRSN namespace defines the following resource values, listed from lowest priority to highest priority: (lowest) drsn.routine; drsn.priority; drsn.immediate; drsn.flash; drsn.flash-override; (highest) drsn.flash-override-override
The DRSN namespace uses the preemption algorithm (Section 4.5.1). The DRSN namespace differs in one algorithmic aspect from the DSN and Q735 namespaces. The behavior for the 'flash-override-override' priority value differs from the other values. Normally, requests do not preempt those of equal priority, but a newly arriving 'flash-override-override' request will displace another one of equal priority if there are insufficient resources. This can also be expressed as saying that 'flash-override-override' requests defend themselves as 'flash-override' only.”
“MDA to continue support for USAF's flight path safety system
29 January 2014
MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates (MDA) has secured a contract to continue provision of operational support for the US Air Force's (USAF) high-precision flight path safety system.
The $4.9m award forms part of an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) agreement signed between the company and the air force to support the air force terminal instrument procedures replacement (AFTERPS-R) system in February 2012.
Apart from operational support, the latest contract also covers enhancements that are designed to evolve system capability in the support of aircraft fitted with both ground-based and satellite-based navigation equipment.
The existing flight path safety system focuses on the design of flight paths for aircraft fitted only with ground-based navigation equipment.
"The contract brings the total value of task orders awarded to-date by the air force under the IDIQ agreement to approximately $13.8m."
The contract brings the total value of task orders awarded to-date by the air force under the IDIQ agreement to approximately $13.8m.
Designed and developed by MDA Information Systems, the AFTERPS-R assists in development of a safe flight path corridor by ingesting digital terrain, obstruction and aeronautical data to build and display a virtual model of the physical environment surrounding an airport.
The system automatically assesses the complex rules governing the design of procedures and also flag deviations from the rules that result from the physical environment, which are noted by the designers to quickly make modifications to the procedures.
In addition to this, the system helps procedure design specialists to ensure that all aircraft remain safely clear of obstacles and obstructions, irrespective of the type of approach they are flying.
Delivered in 2004, the system is currently deployed to more than 190 end-users across all USAF major commands.”
“MH370 search sees Bluefin sub sent back to water as relatives storm out of meeting charging officials ‘wasting our time’
Margie Mason, Associated Press | April 16, 2014 | Last Updated: Apr 16 1:11 PM ET
PERTH, Australia — As a robotic submarine dived into the ocean to look for lost Flight 370, angry Chinese relatives stormed out of a teleconference meeting on Wednesday to protest the Malaysian government for not addressing them in person.
The Bluefin 21 sub surfaced early for the second time in as many missions, this time after experiencing technical difficulties. It was sent back into the water after its data were downloaded but there’s been no sign of the plane, according to the search co-ordinator.
As the search continued, more than 100 relatives of Chinese passengers on the plane walked out of a teleconference meeting with senior Malaysian officials, an act of defiance over a lack of contact with that country’s government and for taking so long to respond to their demands.
The family members had gathered in a meeting room at a Beijing hotel where Malaysia Airlines had provided lodging and food. But they stood and filed out shortly before the call with Malaysia’s civil aviation chief, Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, and others as it was about to start.
“These video conference meetings often don’t work, the sound stops and it’s constantly disrupted. Is that how we are going to communicate?” said Jiang Hui, one of the family members, after the walkout. “Do they need to waste our time in such a way?”
Jiang said the Malaysian government had not met demands the relatives had presented to them weeks ago in Malaysia — an apology for the way they’ve handled the matter along with meetings with the Malaysian government and airline officials. They also have requested to sit down with executives from Boeing and Rolls-Royce, the manufacturer of the plane and its engines.
MH370 search area too deep for robotic sub scouring Indian Ocean for missing jet
MH370 searchers give up on black boxes, send robotic sub to map area ‘new to man’
The Boeing 777 vanished March 8 with 239 people on board while en route from Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia to Beijing. Radar and satellite data show it flew far off-course for an unknown reason and would have run out of fuel over the southern Indian Ocean west of Australia.
A ship-towed device detected four signals underwater that are believed to have come from the airliner’s black boxes shortly before the beacons’ batteries died. The sounds helped narrow the search area to the waters where the Bluefin 21 is now operating.
The U.S. Navy’s unmanned sub cut short its first mission on Monday because it exceeded its maximum operating depth of 4,500 metres 15,000 feet. Searchers moved it away from the deepest waters before redeploying the sub to scan the seabed with sonar to map a potential debris field. The Bluefin-21, equipped with sonar that bounces sound waves off the bottom to create images of terrain, is supposed to be deployed for 24 hours at a time. It is intended to spend two hours descending, 16 hours on the ocean bottom, two hours returning to the surface, and four hours having its data downloaded, Angus Houston, who heads Australia’s Joint Agency Coordination Centre, said April 14.
On the ocean surface, up to 14 planes and 11 ships were searching a 62,000-square-kilometre patch of sea about 2,200 kilometres northwest of Perth on Wednesday. The surface search is expected to end soon as not a single piece of debris connected to the plane has been found.
Investigators are also waiting on test results from an oil slick found about 5,500 metres from where the underwater sounds were detected.
In addition to finding the plane itself, investigators want to recover the black boxes in hopes the cockpit voice and flight data recorders contain answers to why the plane lost communications and flew so far off-course before disappearing.
With files from Bloomberg”
“16 April 2014| last updated at 12:29PM Obama to push for closer ties with Malaysia, Asean during visit
NEW YORK: United States President Barack Obama's visit to Asia, which takes in Japan, South Korea, Malaysia and the Philippines, at the end of April is expected to focus on a number of bilateral and regional issues.”
“Serco [Surveillance] has worked with the City of Chicago Department of Revenue (DOR) for over 12 years enforcing parking meters. When Chicago’s parking meters were sold to Chicago Parking Meters, LLC. (CPM), in 2009, Serco was sole sourced to provide parking enforcement services on the meters for CPM. City of Chicago: 8 square miles 2010 Annual Citations Issued: 400,000 2010 Annual Citation Revenue: $24 Million+ Years of Service: 12 years Shifts: DOR = Nights & weekend CPM = 24/7 Availability”
McConnell has been directed by Abel Danger Global to serve as expert witness to plaintiffs who may wish to sue for damages in re Serco’s alleged bugging of the MI-3 Hotel red-switch network and its alleged hacking of the Boeing Uninterruptible Autopilot of MH 370.
McConnell previously offered that same expert witness service to ALPA-FAA-NTSB and FBI in Civil Case 1:08-1600 (RMC) - he believes that the court to decide appropriate penalties in such cases, has to be the court with jurisdiction over Serco’s Red Switch Autopilot services and The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in the Quartier International of Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
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