John Panarelli – Commercial airline pilot for Eastern Metro, Braniff, Ryan International, Emery Worldwide, Polar Air Cargo. ATP. Aircraft flown: Boeing 737 and 747, McDonnell Douglas DC-8 and DC-10, and Lockheed L-300 Starlifter (C-141 A/B). 11,000+ total hours flown. Former U.S. Air Force instructor pilot for Lockheed C-141 A/B. Friend and fellow aviator of John Ogonowski, who was Captain of American Flight 11.
Richard Foote – FAA Licensed Commercial Airline Pilot. FAA Licensed Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic. Experience includes: Corporate Pilot, Director of Maintenance,135 Check Pilot, Chief Pilot, Director of Operations - Flight Safety. 121Freight, Commuter, Air Ambulance. Simuflight Trained. US Army Veteran. Aircraft flown: Douglas DC-3; LearJet 24, 25, 35; Lockheed L-188 Electra, Jet Star L-1329 6,8,731,II; Falcon 10, 20, 200, 2000, 50, 900; Gulfstream IV. 17,000+ total hours flown.
William G. Weaver, JD, PhD
William G. Weaver, JD, PhD – Former U.S. Army Signals Intelligence officer. Currently Director of Academic Programs, Institute for Policy and Economic Development, University of Texas, El Paso, specializing in executive branch secrecy policy, governmental abuse, and law and bureaucracy. Author, co-author, and editor of several books on law and political theory, including: Presidential Secrecy and the Law (2007), New Perspectives on American Law: An Introduction to Private Law in Politics and Society(1997), Political Science and Feminism: Integration or Transformation? (1997), Pragmatism in Law and Society (1991).
Dennis Spear, U.S. Army (ret) – Commercial pilot. Retired U.S. Army Aviator. 20+ year career. 7,000+ total hours flown in a variety of fixed and rotary wing aircraft; C-23 Sherpa, de Havilland C-7 Caribou, Beechcraft U-21 Ute, Beechcraft U-8 Seminole , North American Rockwell T-39 Sabreliner, Sikorsky EH-60 and UH-60 Black Hawk Helicopter, Bell UH-1 Iroquois "Huey" Helicopter, Bell OH-58 Kiowa Helicopter. Instrument Flight Examiner. Fixed Wing Instructor Pilot. H-60 Maintenance Test Pilot. Operations Officer. Aviation Safety Officer. FAA certified commercial pilot - ASMEL, Rotorcraft Helicopter, Instrument Airplane/Helicopter
William Reyes – Commercial pilot. Flight instructor. Former U.S. Navy officer. 1,300 hours flight time.
Donald R. Parchman
Donald Raymond Parchman, BA – Retired commercial airline pilot for major airlines. Type Ratings: Boeing 707, 720, 737, 757, 767. Airbus A320. British Aircraft BA-111. Cessna Citation CE-500. McDonnell Douglas DC-9. Israel Aircraft IA-JET. Former U.S. Air Force Pilot. Former corporate pilot.
Capt. Christopher M. Woodham
Capt. Christopher M. Woodham, U.S. Air Force – Former U.S. Air Force pilot. Awarded the Aerial Achievement Medal and Air Force Commendation Medal with 2 oak leaf clusters. 10 years of service. Aircraft flown: Cessna T-37 Dragonfly "Tweet", Raytheon/Beechcraft T-6 Texan II. Helicopters: Bell TH-67 Creek (Bell 206B-3 JetRanger III), Bell UH-1 N Iroquois "Huey". FAA certified commercial single and multiengine airplane and helicopter pilot. BS degree in Aviation Maintenance Management, Embry-Riddle University.
Max J. Mizejewski
Max J. Mizejewski – FAA certified commercial airplane and helicopter pilot. Retired U.S. Army helicopter pilot. Viet Nam combat veteran.
Walter L. Myers
Walter L. Myers – FAA certified commercial pilot and Flight Instructor. Retired Engineer and Project Manager, having served as Instructor and Systems Test Engineer at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland. Division Chief in the U.S. Army's Chaparral/Vulcan surface-to-air missile Project Manager's office, Washington, D.C. Project Manager's Senior Staff Representative, U.S. Army Air Defense Center and School, Fort Bliss, TX. Chief of the Plans and Programs Division, General's Staff, Lackland Air Force Base, TX. Veteran U.S. Navy. Author of To Tame a Tyrant (1997).
Richard Sinnott – Airline transport pilot. FAA certified commercial airplane and helicopter pilot. FAA certified Flight Instructor for helicopter and single, multi-engine, and instrument airplane and Ground Instructor (advanced and instrument). Veteran, U.S. Army helicopter ambulance unit, Viet Nam.
Capt. Dan Hanley
Capt. Dan Hanley – Commercial airline pilot. Captain Boeing 777, flying for United Airlines. Former U.S. Navy Aviator, flying P-3C Orion. Aircraft flown: Boeing 737, 777; Airbus A320; Lockheed L-188 Electra. 20,000+ total hours flown. Website: http://www.airline-whistleblowers.org Blog: http://www.airline-whistleblower.com/
Max Guiley, MBA
Max Guiley, MBA – FAA certified airline transport pilot. Former U.S. Navy Jet Aviator. Former Aviation Underwriter for U.S.A.I.G. 5,200+ total hours flown.
Glenn Hoeft – Commercial airline pilot, flying for NorthWest, Delta, and Eastern Airlines and also Lockheed Martin. Former U.S. Navy and U.S. Naval Reserve Pilot. Commercial Aircraft flown: Boeing 727(100 & 200), 747(400), 757(200 & 300), 767; Lockheed LR-24, 25, 35, L-188 Electra. Military Aircraft flown: Lockheed P-3 Orion; Beech King Air B200. 18,800+ total hours flown.
Richard (Rick) DaCosta
Richard (Rick) DaCosta – Commercial airline pilot and flight engineer for United Airline. U.S. Naval Reserves. Co-pilot on Boeing 727, 747 and Lockheed L-1888 Electra. 15,000+ total hours flown.
Mac Rogers – Airline transport pilot flying for Delta Airline. U.S. Air Force and U.S. Air Force Reserves Pilot. Commercial aircraft flown: Captain on Boeing 727, 737, 757, 767 and McDonnell Douglas MD-11. First officer on McDonnell Douglas DC-9; Boeing 727; Lockheed L-1011. Second Officer on McDonnell Douglas DC-8; Boeing 727; Lockheed L-1011. Military aircraft flown: de Havilland C-7 Caribou, Cessna T-37 Dragonfly "Tweet", A-37 "Super Tweet" T-41 Mescalero, U-3 "Blue Canoe"; Northrup T-38 Talon. Civilian aircraft flown: Cessna 150, 172, 310 and Beachcraft Bonanza. 25.000+ total hours flown.
Doug Johnson – Retired commercial airline pilot for American Airlines. Airline academics and simulator instructor. Check Airman. Commercial aircraft flown: Boeing 727, 737; Fokker F100; and McDonnell Douglas DC-10. 24 years of service. 18,000+ total hours flown. Former Pilot, U.S. Army Air Cavalry. Military aircraft flown: Bell AH-1 Cobra, OH-58 Kiowa and UH-1 Iroquois "Huey" helicopters. Also did DOD flying experimentation. Civil Air Patrol aircraft flown: Beechcraft T-34 Mentor, Piper L-4 Grasshopper. Numerous types of light single and multi-engine civilian airplanes flown. Duane Cole Aerobatic Course Grad. Civilian flight and instrument instructor.
Capt. Claude Barnhart, BS, M.Ed
Capt. Claude Barnhart, BS, M.Ed – Retired airline transport pilot, flying for FedEx for 22 years. Commercial aircraft flown: Boeing 727. Former U.S. Air Force Pilot and Aircraft Commander. Aircraft flown: Boeing B-52D bomber.
Donald Berk, MA – FAA certified commercial pilot. FAA certified Flight Instructor. Veteran, U.S. Air Force. 1,500+ total hours flown.
Neil Evangelista – FAA certified commercial pilot. Total Flight Time: 600+ total hours flown. Veteran, U.S. Air Force.
Commander Larry J. Tortorich
Commander Larry J. Tortorich, U.S. Navy (ret) – Former Deputy Program Manager for Logistics – Tomahawk Cruise Missiles. 24-year Navy career in the fields of aviation and counterterrorism. Two years as a federal employee with DHS/TSA in the fields of security and counterterrorism.
Maj. Henry Rozumski,
Maj. Henry Rozumski, U.S. Air Force (ret), BS Aerospace Eng, MS Systems Management – Aerospace Engineer and Analyst. Assignments included; ICBM Launch Control Office and member Command Inspector General team. 25-year U.S. Air Force career.
Maj. Reginald Shinn
Maj. Reginald Shinn, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Retired officer. Served as Bombardier - Navigator in Boeing B-25's, 41st Bombardment Group, Seventh Air Force, World War II. Awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.
Maj. George M. Kesselring
Maj. George M. Kesselring, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Retired Pilot. 323rd Bomb Squadron, 91st Bomb Group, 8th Air Force. Aircraft flown: Boeing B17G bomber. World War II veteran. 22 year Air Force career.
Capt. Pete Witt
Capt. Pete Witt, U.S. Marine Corps (ret) – Retired Marine Corps jet aviator.
James Spradling – Former pilot, U.S. Air Force 28 years service. Aircraft flown: McDonnell Douglas F-4C Phantom (backseat); Pipers, Cessnas, Grummans. 550 total hours flown.
Rob Miller – Former pilot, U.S. Marine Corps. FAA certified Flight Instructor. Aircraft flown: Douglas A-4 Skyhawk; Lockheed C-130 Hercules; Beachcraft 300, 1900; Cessna many types. 10,000+ total hours flown.
Shawn J. Jensen, BS ME,
Shawn J. Jensen, BS ME, MS Eng. Mgmt. – Former U.S. Air Force Engineering Officer. Masters degree graduate of U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology. 10-year U.S. Air Force career.
Capt. Rick Staggenborg, MD
Capt. Rick Staggenborg, MD, U.S. Army (ret) – Psychiatrist. Founder, Soldiers For Peace International
Eileen Coles – Former Sergeant (E4), U.S. Air Force. Desert Storm veteran. Survivor of the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center, working for Sun Microsystems in WTC 2 (South Tower), 25th and 26th floors.
CPO Richard Wayne Fraley
CPO Richard Wayne Fraley, U.S. Navy (ret) – Retired Chief Petty Officer. Jet engine mechanic.
Capt. Gerald Leroy Barlow
Capt. Gerald Leroy Barlow, BS – U.S. Marine Corps. 16 years service. Viet Nam veteran.
Charles Christopher Collins, BS ME
Charles Christopher Collins, BS ME – Graduate U.S. Military Academy West Point. 6 years Army Aviation.
BMCM Jess D. Whetstone
BMCM Jess D. Whetstone, U.S. Navy (ret) – Retired Master Chief Boatswain's Mate (E-9). Graduated from all shipboard fire fighting schools provided by the U. S. Navy. 32 years of service.
William H. Warrick III, MD
William H. Warrick III, MD – Family Practice Physician. Member, American Academy of Family Practice. Veteran, U.S. Army Security Agency.
Chris McCleary, BS Eng, MBA
Chris McCleary, BS Eng, MBA – Former U.S. Air Force Fighter Pilot. Over 300 hours combat time in F-15E. 15 years of active duty. Graduate, U.S. Air Force Academy in General Engineering. Graduate, U.S. Air Force Weapons Instructor Course 2003.
David Russell, BS CE
David Russell, BS CE – Retired Fighter Pilot, U.S. Air Force. Also USAF Engineering Project Manager, including B2 stealth bomber Air Vehicle Manager. Former employee, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
MSgt. Jerry Bridges
MSgt. Jerry Bridges, U.S. Army (ret) – 26 years active duty.
Spc. John Jeremiah Rahrer
Spc. John Jeremiah Rahrer – Automated Logistical Specialist, U.S. Army Aviation. War veteran.
Kirk Arnold Beck, BS Eng
Kirk Arnold Beck, BS Eng – Former U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Mathematics teacher in the pubic school system for over 30 years.
Michael W. Kilgore
Michael W. Kilgore, U.S. Army (ret) – 20 years of Army service, two overseas tours. Trained in Nuclear, Biological, Chemical (NBC) Warfare.
Spc. Ernest Adolph Miller IV
Spc. Ernest Adolph Miller IV, U.S. Army – 7 years of Army service.
Stephen Mark Bryner
Stephen Mark Bryner, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Project Engineer. Experience includes: Structural Design for residential and commercial structures. Structural Review of Commercial Buildings for The United States Army Corps of Engineers, Utah Resident Office. Structural Steel Design classes in College.
Maj. Albert M. Meyer, MHA
Maj. Albert M. Meyer, MHA (Masters in Health Administration ), U.S. Air Force (ret) – 23 years Air Force active service with duty stations in the continental U.S. and also 3 years in Europe and 1 year in Vietnam.
Melvyn B. Schupack, MD
Melvyn B. Schupack, MD – Retired Psychiatrist. Former Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of California Medical School at San Francisco. Former Captain, U.S. Army.
Joseph H. Sheppe, DDS
Joseph H. Sheppe, DDS – Retired Orthodontist. Retired Captain, Alabama National Guard, Dental Corp. U.S. Army World War II Veteran, Communications officer, Radar officer.
Clay C. Kordahl, MS
Clay C. Kordahl, MS Safety Management and Engineering Technology – Former U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 6 years experience. Currently Safety Management and Engineering Technician. Certificates in Site Assessment and Remediation (UC San Diego) and Hazardous Materials Management (UC San Diego).
James L. Lucht
James L. Lucht – Retired Licensed Audiologist, State of Wisconsin. U.S. Army veteran.
Beth A. Crader, BSN, RN
Beth A. Crader, BSN, RN – Former Registered Nurse. U.S. Army veteran.
Albert Skane, BS EE, MA Econ
Albert Skane, BS EE, MA Econ – Systems Engineer. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, U.S. Department of Transportation (20 years). U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), U.S. Congress (8years). IBM Corp (12 years). Former U.S. Naval Officer (USNR), 3+ years of active duty and 6 years of inactive reserves.
Ephraim Resnick, B EE, PE
Ephraim Resnick, B EE, PE – Retired Licensed Professional Engineer, State of New York. Worked for 50 years in construction design in and around NYC, including several years in my own engineering business. While working, bought and converted to residential use an old, empty industrial building within Ground Zero. Moved there with my family in 1992. Retired in August, 2001. US Army veteran, WW II.
Steven T. Hatton, BS CS
Steven T. Hatton, BS CS – Software/Systems Engineer working on U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and other Pentagon projects. Former Electronics Technician in the U.S. Army working on Hawk Missiles.
Leon D. Ashbrook, BSN
Leon D. Ashbrook, BSN – Charge Nurse. Veteran U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force. 30+ year nursing career.
Erin Myers – Former U.S. Army Aviation Mechanic, working on Sikorsky EH-60 and UH-60 Black Hawk Helicopters, Hughes / McDonnell Douglas AH-64 Apache Helicopter, and Bell OH-58 Kiowa Helicopter. FAA certified Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic. Experimental Aircraft Builder, including: 1990 KitFox, Lanceair, Glassair, variety of Micro and Ultra lights. Private Pilot. Aircraft flown: Cessna, Piper, Champion Citabria, Weaver Aircraft (WACO) biplane, Pitts biplane, Robinson R-22 Helicopter, Bell 206 JetRanger Helicopter. 600 hours flight time.
Talanoa Ramsey – Former U.S. Air Force air traffic controller. 6 years of service.
Alan Stang – Former Electronic Warfare Technician, U.S. Air Force. Former anti-satellite missile technician, Boeing. Former avionics technician on civilian aircraft. Currently Field Service Engineer.
Curt Toland – Avionics Technician for Boeing for over 25 years. U.S. Navy veteran.
Michael J. Garza
Michael J. Garza – Former U.S. Air Force Aerospace Propulsion Specialist. Aircraft serviced:McDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle, General Dynamics / Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon,Boeing B-1 Bomber.
Louis M. Raskin, BA Env Studies
Louis M. Raskin, BA Env Studies – Retired aerospace engineer involved with satellite and launch vehicle systems working at the systems engineering requirements and design definition levels. 30-year career. U.S. Air Force veteran.
Leonard Mosbrucker – Retired Boeing B-52 Mechanic. 20-year U.S. Air Force career.
Charles E. Lownes, BS EE, MD
Charles E. Lownes, BS EE, MD – Physician. Former Captain, U.S. Air Force. 7-year Air Force career.
Philip Alan Douglas
Philip Alan Douglas – FAA certified Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic with Inspection Authorization, over 20 years experience. Former Avionics Technician, U.S. Air Force 6 years of service.
Vincent A. Moudry
Vincent A. Moudry – FAA certified Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic. FAA certified private pilot. Former U.S. Navy reciprocating and jet engine mechanic. Former airframe and powerplant mechanic for TWA.
Robert J. Kral, BS Aeronautics
Robert J. Kral, BS Aeronautics – Retired Military Flight Engineer, Evaluator, and Instructor. Former Director, Aircraft Maintenance Department. FAA certified Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic and certified Private Pilot.
Luis Cintron – FAA certified Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic. Aircraft mechanic an avionics technician with 15 years experience in aviation. U.S. Air Force veteran.
Tim Erney, AS Aviation Maintenance Technology – FAA certified Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic with Beech Aerospace Services. Former Combat Engineer-demolition, U.S. Army Reserve 1983 - 1989. Over 40 hours of flight training.
Larry Patriarca – Former U.S. Navy Aviation Structural Mechanic. Rank: E-4. Experienced on Grumman EA-6B Prowler. Coordinator for Central Massachusetts 9/11 Truth Alliance
Daphne Adams – U.S. Marine Corps, Rank: E-4, Vietnam War Veteran
Patrick Amoroso – U.S. Coast Guard, Rank: Lieutenant, JG
Keith Ast – U.S. Army, Rank E-4, On Active Duty, Afghanistan War Veteran
James Barlow – U.S. Army, Sergeant First Class, Korean War Veteran
Martin Boisvert – U.S. Army, Rank E-5, Vietnam War Veteran
Neal Carr – U.S. Navy, Rank: E-7/ICC/EOD
Johnny Chaney – U.S. Army, E4 Specialist, Gulf War, Desert Storm War Veteran
Lauro Chavez – U.S. Army, Rank: E5, Afghanistan - Enduring Freedom War Veteran
Christopher Cook – U.S. Navy, Rank: Intelligence Specialist, Petty Officer Second Class, Desert Storm War Veteran
Stephan Cooper – U.S. Army, Rank: E-4
Jason Davis – U.S. Army, Rank: Specialist
Joseph Decuzzi – U.S. Army, Rank: E-4, Viet Nam War Veteran
Ralph Dickey – U.S. Air Force, Rank: Staff Sergeant, On Active Duty
Vincent Everett – U.S. Army, Rank: E4
Kevin Gavin – U.S. Army, E-4
Dairren Gibson – U.S. Navy, Rank: Operations Specialist, Petty Officer Third Class
Teri Gordon – U.S. Navy. Electronics Technician 2nd class, Desert Storm War Veteran
Cory Gray – U.S. Marine Corps, Rank: Sergeant, E-5, Desert Storm ,Iraq, Afghanistan War Veteran
James Groves – U.S. Air Force, Rank: 1st. Lieutenant., Korean War Veteran
William Gunte – U.S. Navy, Rank: Aviation Boatswain's Mate Third Class (E-4)
Michael Hagar – U.S. Army, Rank: Chief Warrant Officer 2, Viet Nam War Veteran
Josh Harvey – U.S. Coast Guard, Rank: E-4, Gulf War One
Mark Holmes – U.S. Navy, Rank: Senior Chief Petty Officer (E-8), Vietnam War Veteran
Michael Hrynick – U.S. Navy, Rank: E5, Vietnam Era Veteran
Anthony Hmura – U.S. Army Air Corps (Today's U.S. Air Force) 8th Army Air Corps, 2nd Air Corps Division Staff Sgt., Assistant Engineer, Gunner 445th Bomb Group, 703rd Bomb Squadron (Jimmy Stewart was Ops Officer) Plane: B-24 LIberator World War II Veteran
Robert Johns – U.S. Navy, Rank: Radioman Third Class, Vietnam War Veteran
Nathan LaHue – U.S. Army, Rank: Staff Sergeant, Active Duty
Rip Logan – U.S. Army National Guard, Rank: E-5
Stevan Looney – U.S. Army, Rank: E-4, Vietnam Era
Tony Lopez – U.S. Army, Rank: Specialist. 4 (E-4)
Mark Magner – U.S. Army, Rank: Sgt E-5, Desert Storm War Veteran
Barry Matthews – U.S. Marine Corps, Rank: Corporal, Vietnam War Veteran
Capt. Eric Martineau
Capt. Eric Martineau, U.S. Marine Corps – Gulf I War Veteran
Douglas Morrison – U.S. Marine Corps, Rank: Sergeant, Vietnam War Veteran
Matthew Naus – U.S. Army, Rank E-4, Vietnam War Veteran
Troy Perkins – U.S. Army, Rank: E-4, Just Cause - Panama, Desert Storm War Veteran
David Pelkey – U.S. Army, Rank: Sergeant, Viet Nam War Veteran
Philip Restino – U.S. Army, Rank: E-4
Korey Rowe – U.S. Army, Rank Specialist, Afgan1 and Iraq1 War Veteran
Yvette Richardson – U.S. Army, Rank: E-4, Bosnia War Veteran
Mathew Russell – U.S. Marine Corps, Rank: Corporal, Afghanistan War Veteran
Robert Sanborn – U.S. Air Force, Rank E-5, Vietnam War Veteran
William Sanders – U.S. Air Force, Rank: Sergeant, On Active Duty
Roy Sayre – U.S. Army, Rank: Chief Warrant Officer 2, Viet Nam War Veteran
Michael Shove – U.S. Navy, Rank: E-4, Iraqi Freedom War Veteran
Glenn Simpson – U.S. Army, 3rd U.S. Infantry, Co. E "Honor Guard", Ft. Myer, VA, Rank: Specialist 4 (E4)
Chad Siewert – U.S. Army, Rank: Specialist
Brian Slease – U.S. Army, Rank: E-4, Vietnam Era Veteran
Matthew Smith – U.S. Navy, 1992-96, Aviation Ordnanceman - Petty Officer Third Class
Ron Smith – U.S. Navy, Rank: E-4, Desert Storm War Veteran
Edward Solsk – U.S. Navy, E-4
Dexter Stalworth – U.S. Army Security Agency, Rank: Specialist 5, Vietnam War Veteran
Michael Stettler – U.S. Navy, Rank: E-4
Floyd Striegel – U.S. Army, Rank: E-4, Vietnam War Veteran
Tom Swann – U.S. Marine Corps, Rank: Sergeant
William Taylor – U.S. Army, Rank: E-4, Iraq II, Kosovo Campaign War Veteran
Tony Timothy – U.S. Marine Corps, Rank: E-5, Desert Storm War Veteran
Leigh Waltz – U.S. Navy, Rank: E-5, Desert Shield, OIF II War Veteran
Tim White – U.S. Air Force, Rank: Sgt, Viet Nam War Veteran
Harold Wood – U.S. Army, E-4, Vietnam War Veteran
Luanne Woodruff – U.S. Navy, Rank: E-4
O. W. Hungerford, Jr.
O. W. Hungerford, Jr. – Veteran, U.S. Army, 5.5 years service, including Korean War, Forward Observer 155 Howitzer. L-19 school San Marcus Texas
Richard Rogers – Avionics Maintenance Technician. Experienced with integrated avionics systems on General Dynamics / Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon and Fairchild - Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II (aka "Warthog"). U.S. Air Force veteran. 10-year military career.
MSgt. Anthony Sallie
MSgt. Anthony Sallie, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Avionics Technician. GAC on Lockheed C-141 Starlifterand McDonnell Douglas KC-10 Extender. 20 years of U.S. Air Force service.
Donal Butterfield, BA, B CE,
Donal Butterfield, BA, B CE, M Urban Design, PE – Licensed Architect, States of New York and Connecticut. Professional Engineer, State of New York. In private practice, responsible for full architectural and engineering services on houses, apartment buildings, retail, office & industrial buildings and houses of worship. Former U.S. Navy officer.
Edward Rutland – Veteran, Alabama Air National Guard. Private Pilot. 1,000+ total hours flown.
Rob Bishop – Former U.S. Marine Corps Aviation Mechanic. Radio talk show host, "The Rob Bishop Show" Truth Net Radio.
Dave Kisor, MA
Dave Kisor, MA – Former U.S. Navy Aviation Electrician, working on Douglas A-4E/F and TA-4F/J Skyhawk, LTV A-7B/E Corsair II, Lockheed P-3B Orion, McDonnell Douglas C-9B Skytrain. Back seat experience in Douglas TA-4F/J & A-4F Skyhawk. Currently US Forest Service Technician.
Daniel G. Martinez
Daniel G. Martinez – Former U.S. Army Aviation Mechanic, working on Sikorsky EH-60 and UH-60 Black Hawk Helicopters and Turbine Engines. FAA certified Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic with 18 years experience. Recent civilian service in Iraq.
Greg Madden – Radio technician. U.S. Marine Corps veteran.
Darin M. Bowers
Darin M. Bowers – FAA certified Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic 16+ years experience. U.S. Air Force veteran, serving as Crew Chief, 561st Fighter Wild Weasel Squadron. Deployed to Turkey and Saudi in Operations Provide Comfort and Southern Watch. Retired the McDonnell Douglas F-4G Phantoms in 1996. Phase inspector on the Fairchild - Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II (aka "Warthog") and McDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle. Mechanic on McDonnell Douglas DC-8, DC-9, MD-11; Boeing 727, 757, 767; and Airbus A300 for the past 12 years.
Jeff Donovan – Former Air Traffic Controller, U.S. Marine Corps.
Paul Welton – Sergeant (E5), U.S. Air Force. Autopilot and instrument mechanic working on Fairchild - Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II (aka "Warthog"); Lockheed C-130 Hercules; and McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom 1981 - 1985. Aerospace Manufacturing Engineer and owner of independent contact manufacturing engineering firm for the last ten years. Electronic technician and manufacturing engineer at Boeing 1989 - 1996. Approximately 30 years of aviation experience.
Ron Haugenh – Former U.S. Army Aviation Crew Chief Bell AH-1G Cobra Attack Helicopter. Former aviation mechanic, Kollsman Instrument Corp. Some stick time on 2 seater Trainer [rotary wing]. Vertical Velocity Indicator [early Kollsman "KIFIS" system] technician, calibrator, consultant.
Tim Jones – Mechanic and Former Dropmaster and Radar Operator, U.S. Coast Guard, working on thePiasecki H-25 Army Mule (HUP-1 Retriever) helicopter.
Tom Swanson – Former U.S. Navy Electronic Warfare Operator in Douglas EA-3B Skywarrior and Lockheed EC-121M Super Constellation. 400 Hours+ total hours flown.
Mark E. Thorley
Mark E. Thorley – Flight Simulator Technician, American Airlines and Boeing. Veteran, US Air Force experienced with Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber, B1 bomber, 707, 727, 737, 757, 767, 777, Lockheed K-135 Stratotanker; Airbus A300, Fokker F-100, Saab 340, ATR 42, Embraer ERJ, McDonnell Douglas MD80.
Ronald Whitcomb – Vietnam Combat Veteran 1968 - 1969.
S. Brian Willson, BA, MS, JD, PhD (hon), LLD (hon)
S. Brian Willson, BA, MS, JD, PhD (hon), LLD (hon) – Former Captain, U.S. Air Force. Viet Nam veteran. Author of On Third World Legs (1992)
Rafe Pilgrim – Former U.S. Air Force Intelligence Officer. 9 years of military service.
Bernarr C. Schaeffer
Bernarr C. Schaeffer – Former Fighter Pilot, U.S. Army Air Corps. World War II veteran. Assigned in France to the 9th Air Force, 367th Fighter Group, 394th Fighter Squadron and flew 36 missions supporting Gen. Patton in his drive across France and Germany. Aircraft flown: Curtis P-40 Warhawk and Republic P-47 Thunderbolt.
Dale S. Overstreet
Dale S. Overstreet – Licensed Commercial Airlines Technician. U.S. Air Force crew chief on fighter jets, 1968-1972. Attended Piedmont Aerospace Institute 1976-77 and worked for Piedmont Airlines from 1977-1989 and continued with USAir until 2005 and was forced to retire due to station closing.
David I. Tors
David I. Tors, U.S. Air Force (ret) – 20 years Air Force service working on fighters and heavy jets. FAA Licensed Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic. Private pilot.
William L. Hickey
William L. Hickey, U.S. Navy (ret) – Marine Engineering Technician. 21 years of Navy service.
John R. Boardman, BS Eng
John R. Boardman, BS Eng – Graduate, U.S. Naval Academy. 21 years directly involved in propulsion/reactor plant design and material specification, as well as Quality Assurance, with the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program in the construction, overhaul, and refueling of nuclear powered submarines and submarine tenders. 21 years with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. 10 years (6000 on-site hours) in the field inspecting operating plants for deficiencies in all areas except health physics and security. 10 years at HQ reviewing operating events (estimated 50,000) for problems and potential problems. Member of the Maine Yankee Independent Safety Inspection Team (ISAT) that resulted in this plant being permanently shut down. Retired as a Senior Reactor Systems Engineer (GS15/10). Author, or Program Manager, of several U.S. Government Technical Publications, including studies and NUREGS. Author of two books. Life member of ASME and IEEE.
Ronald A. Carlson
Ronald A. Carlson – Former U.S. Navy Nuclear Welder and U.S. Navy Nuclear (NDT) Non-Destructive Test Inspector repairing U.S. submarines and naval ships.
Joseph C. Pizzano
Joseph C. Pizzano, U.S. Navy (ret)
Toni Starr, BS
Toni Starr, BS – Former Sergeant, U.S. Air Force with the 463rd Tactical Airlift Wing.
SSgt. Peter Anthony Carminati
SSgt. Peter Anthony Carminati, U.S. Air Force (ret) – HAZMAT and Air Cargo Handler for all types of aircraft; military and civilian. 4 years service in the U.S. Coast Guard and 17-years in the U.S. Air Force Reserves. Activated for the Gulf War.
Frank Thomas Lopez
Frank Thomas Lopez – Fuel Technician, U.S. Air Force
SSgt. Carl D. Musial
SSgt. Carl D. Musial, U.S. Air Force (ret)
Gary Mccue – Former Helicopter Pilot, U.S. Army. FAA certified Rotary and Fixed Wing Commercial Pilot.
Michael E. Proctor
Michael E. Proctor – Former Avionics Technician, U.S. Navy. FAA certified Commercial Pilot.
George H. Kieffer III
George H. Kieffer III – Former logistics and aircraft communications and navigation technician, U.S. Air Force. 7 years of service.
William A. (Bill) Pitsker
William A. (Bill) Pitsker – Former Pilot and Aircraft Commander, U.S. Air Force. Military aircraft flown: Douglas C-124 Globemaster; Lockheed L-1049, L-1649 Starliner, Wright Cyclone R-1850, North American B-25 Mitchell Bomber. Commercial airline pilot for World Airways and Pan Am. Commercial aircraft flown: Boeing 707, 727, 747. Airbus A-300, A-310. Cessna CE500. 35,000 total hours flown.
Sgt. David Colley
Sgt. David Colley, U.S. Air Force
Stephen S. Boub
Stephen S. Boub – Former Sergeant (E5), U.S. Army
Michael Allison – Former E4, U.S. Army. 100% Service Connected Disabled Veteran.
Arlon Stevens – Former E4, U.S. Air Force. Vietnam era veteran.
MSgt. Robert Fallin
MSgt. Robert Fallin, U.S. Air Force (ret)
Thomas M. Boulan
Thomas M. Boulan – Sergeant (E5), U.S. Army. 3 years of active duty, 10 years of U.S. Army National Guard.
Richard Quiggle – Specialist 4, U.S. Army
Frank O'Leary – Fire Controlman Second Class Petty Officer (E5), U.S. Navy. Served under Admiral Mullen.
Andrew Tempel – E4, U.S. Army
Chris Cerullo – Corporal, U.S. Marine Corps
Gordon Kobayashi – Specialist 4, U.S. Army National Guard
James Cubbage – E5, U.S. Army
Michael Quick – Radioman Second Class (E5), U.S. Navy
Paul Tenner – Hospital Corpsman Second Class (E5) U.S. Navy. Retired Operating Room Technician and Orthopedic Technician.
Miguel Ortiz, Jr.
Miguel Ortiz, Jr. – Sergeant, U.S. Army
Michael Moussa, BS ME
Michael Moussa, BS ME – Infantry Officer, U.S. Army National Guard
Dennis A. Thompson
Dennis A. Thompson – California Army National Guard, Co. A, 132 Combat Engineers, 40th Inf. Div. (Mech.) for 20+ yrs. Also U.S. Navy 1964 - 1968. California Commercial Blaster, Number 2158 (retired).
Donald Reed, U.S. Army Reserve (ret) – 20 years of Army Reserve service. Retired from Saint Louis Metro Police, 37 years of service.
Donald Wayne Williams, BA
Donald Wayne Williams, BA – Former Officer, U.S. Army Signal Command. Retired public school educator.
Sgt. Graig Yarbrough
Sgt. Graig Yarbrough, U.S. Army (ret) – 20 year military career. Trained in basic explosives, ballistics, and operations.
MSgt. James Byrd Burks
MSgt. James Byrd Burks, U.S. Army (ret) – Retired Special Forces Combat Engineer currently studying at post graduate level.
Capt. James M. Hall
Capt. James M. Hall, BS, MS, MPA (Public Administration) – U.S. Army Communications and Electronics Officer and General Staff Officer. 8 years of service. Director of Human Resources; Assistant City Manager; Director Administrative Services, City of Odessa, TX. Director of General Services; Division Manager, Operations Support, Austin Electric Energy Department, City of Austin, TX. Manager of Corporate Compliance; AA/EO/ADA Officer, University of Texas at Brownsville, TX. Director of Human Resources; AA/EO/ADA Director, Texas State Mental Health/Mental Retardation, RioGrande State Center, Harlingen, TX.
Steve Luce – Former Combat Engineer, U.S. Army
Stanley A. Beatty, BS, PE
Stanley A. Beatty, BS, PE – Former Operations Officer, U.S. Navy, serving on the USS Talbot County. Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Michigan. Served in various engineering and management position for 33 years, ANR Pipeline Company.
Todd Hathaway, BS ME
Todd Hathaway, BS Metallurgical Eng – Veteran, U.S. Navy. Experience includes Navy Nuclear Propulsion Officer training and Surface Warfare Officer training.
Allen B. Walker
Allen B. Walker – Aviation Electrician, U.S. Navy. 17 years of service working on F/A-18E Super Hornet.
CPO Erich Heimbuch
CPO Erich Heimbuch, U.S. Navy – Currently on active duty in Electronics. Submarine qualified.
Lt. Cdr. Gregory P. Hicks
Lt. Cdr. Gregory P. Hicks, U.S. Navy (ret) – 30+ years experience in computer field.
Kathryn Edwards, U.S. Navy (ret) – Retired Air Traffic Controller
Capt. Brian Evan Westgate, MA, M.Arch
Capt. Brian Evan Westgate, MA, M.Arch, U.S. Army Reserve – Combat Engineer. 4 years active duty (explosives, steel cutting, etc.)
Capt. George W. Hughes
Capt. George W. Hughes – Former officer, U.S. Air Force Weather Service. Retired from the U.S. Commerce Department. 32 years of service.
Sharon Kufeldt – Programming Specialist E4, U.S. Air Force. Past Commander, American Legion Post #315.
Stephen T. Calkins, BA, BS
Stephen T. Calkins, BA, BS, U.S. Army Reserve (ret) – 23 years of military service. Certified teacher, State of New York.
Timothy Sharp – Former Sergeant, U.S. Air Force. Meteorologist for 10 years in Avionics, RF, Microwave, AC, DC, Physical-Dimential, Angular, Linear, Flow, Temp, Pressure, and support of McDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle (Type IV). General Manager of Stabro Laboratories - ISO/IEC Guide 17025, A2LA, etc. Sales Engineer, Mitutoyo America Corporation. Building Contractor for 20+ years; Reconstruction Project Manager & Mold/Fire/Smoke Project Manager, Paul Davis Restoration.
Russ F. Russell
Russ F. Russell, U.S. Navy – 20 years of Navy service.
Alan R. Stevens, BS
Alan R. Stevens, BS – Former Combat Engineer, U.S. Marine Corps
Jason Collins – Former Sergeant, U.S. Marine Corps. Signals Intelligence Analyst.
Kevin R. Jacobson, BS
Kevin R. Jacobson, BS – Former Sergeant, U.S. Marine Corps. Combat Engineer.
Josh D. Nyren
Josh D. Nyren – Former Cryptologic Linguist, U.S. Marine Corps with top secret clearance.
Sgt. Jared Alexander Lambert
Sgt. Jared Alexander Lambert, U.S. Marine Corps – Since 2001 have served in Iraq, Okinawa, New Orleans, and San Diego.
MSgt. John Adam McElrath, MA
MSgt. John Adam McElrath, MA, U.S. Air Force (ret) – 20 years military service. Masters Degree in Counseling. Performed counseling work for 14 years and then went into private practice. Currently retired.
Kory McFarland – Former Medic, U.S. Air Force. Emergency Department, Space Shuttle STS-02. Flight Air Rescue, Edwards AFB. Injury Research and Prevention. California State Agriculture.
George Everett, BS, BS EE
George Everett, BS, BS EE – Graduate U.S. Coast Guard Academy. Various shipboard assignments including Assistant Engineer. Graduated from M. I. T. Thirty years experience in electronic equipment design and CAD software design, development, and support.
Michael W. Driver
Michael W. Driver – U.S. Coast Guard. 9 years active duty. 16 years service in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve. Shipping Manager.
Eric Jason Langill
Eric Jason Langill – U.S. Marine Corp veteran. Nuclear, biological, and chemical defense. 8 years of service. Also 5 years of service at U.S. Army Reserve Headquarters.
Stanley Thomas Bennett
Stanley Thomas Bennett, U.S. Air Force (ret) – 20 years of military service. Civil Engineer Squadron, Electrician. Stationed at Norad AS Colorado, Osan AB Republic of Korea, Ramstein Ab Germany, F. E. Warren AFB Wyoming. Member of heavy construction Squadron, RED HORSE.
Ronald Miller, Sr., BS Ed
Ronald Miller, Sr., BS Ed, U.S. Navy (ret)
Michael Moran, BA
Michael Moran, BA – Reactor Operator / Electronics Technician, U.S. Navy, Submarine Nuclear Power Program 1978 - 1987. Also Rate 'cross - trained' as a Machinist's Mate and Electrician's Mate (as required by the program). Certified, on ALL Submarine systems; outside of Engineering itself.
Shawn Anthony Brett Clutter
Shawn Anthony Brett Clutter – Decorated and disabled U.S. Army veteran. Served in Operation Just Cause in Panama and Desert Storm. I love my country.
Robert Anthony Dennis
Robert Anthony Dennis, U.S. Army (ret) – Technician. Retired heating, cooling technician and business owner.
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About Commissioned and Non-commissioned U.S. Military Officers for 9/11 Truth
This website was created to provide an opportunity for all current and former commissioned and non-commissioned U.S. military officers to sign a petition and provide a personal statement in support of a new investigation of 9/11; the worst act of terrorism ever carried out on U.S. soil.
The official account of the cowardly attacks on the Pentagon and New York City, as defined in the 9/11 Commission Report, is grossly inaccurate and fatally flawed.
The fact that these attacks were an inside job is no longer a point in question. Hundreds of intrepid investigators, including architects, structural engineers, metallurgists, scientists, aircraft accident investigators, firemen, medical doctors, military and commercial pilots and many others have identified more than enough physical evidence to bring this criminal case of mass murder to trial, but powerful forces have, thus far, blocked all efforts. We are now asking you to get involved and demand a legitimate investigation of 9/11.
Participation is limited to military officers of all U.S. service branches who are now serving in active duty status or who have ever served honorably for any period of time in the non-commissioned or commissioned officer grades of E-4 through 0-12. This includes Reserve and National Guard units.
Commissioned and Non-commissioned U.S. Military Officers for 911 Truth offers personal recognition of petition signers by posting their well-reasoned statements of support and a personal biography and photo of each officer. As the number of petition signers grows, these messages will become a united and very powerful voice to be heard by our fellow officers, our fellow citizens, and by our elected representatives in Congress.
A brief biography of each officer is requested, outlining military background and experience, which most certainly include medals of distinction or major achievements, which have been a subject of personal pride for officers and their friends and families. Recipients of the Medal of Honor, Silver Star, Purple Heart and those who have suffered severe and permanent disabling injuries will be placed into a category of special recognition.
What was your career specialty? Did you launch and recover planes on the deck of a carrier? Were you a Navy SEAL, Pilot, an Army Ranger, a Cook or a Green Beret, a Marine, an Aircraft Loadmaster, Security Personnel, or Medic? Whatever you did was absolutely essential to every military mission, and this website offers an opportunity to be recognized and receive the thanks and recognition you richly deserve.
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We, the undersigned current and former Commissioned and Non-commissioned U.S. Military Officers, believe that whereas:
Therefore, we petition the Congress of the United States for a new and independent investigation into the events of 9/11/01 by a duly constituted legal body with the authority to subpoena and require testimony under oath, and with authority to prosecute if criminal activity is discovered, so that the perpetrators of these crimes against humanity can at last be brought to justice.
Signed by the following currently serving and former U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Officers: