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The 9/11 Commission Report

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9/11 Commission Report, formally titled Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, is the official report of the events leading up to the September 11, 2001 attacks. It was prepared by the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (informally sometimes known as the "9/11 Commission" or the "Kean/Zelikow Commission") at the request of the President of the United States and Congress.

The commission convened on November 26, 2002 (441 days after the attack) and their final report was issued on July 22, 2004

(23 hr 20 min)

Chapters

Preface

9:33

Read by Sam Stinson

1. We Have Some Planes, 1.1 Inside the Four Flights

45:09

Read by Sam Stinson

1.2 Improvising a Homeland Defense

1:07:52

Read by musil

1.3 National Crisis Management

33:17

Read by Bob Seybold

2.1 A Declaration of War

6:58

Read by Carl Manchester

2.2 Bin Ladin's Appeal in the Islamic World

17:19

Read by James Christopher

2.3 The Rise of Bin Ladin and al Qaeda

14:31

Read by Great Plains

2.4 Building an Organization

13:25

Read by ajacoby

2.5 Al Qaeda's Renewal in Afghanistan

23:01

Read by Corey M. Snow

3. Counterterrorism Evolves, 3.1 From the Old Terrorism to the New

9:09

Read by BiddyM

3.2 Adaptation--and Nonadaptation--in the Law Enforcement Community

31:55

Read by BiddyM

3.3 ... and in the Federal Aviation Administration

13:30

Read by Maire Rhode

3.4 ... and in the Intelligence Community

29:36

Read by Maire Rhode

3.5 ... and in the State Department and the Defense Department

15:58

Read by Bob Seybold

3.6 ... and in the White House

11:58

Read by Bob Seybold

3.7 ... and in the Congress

15:27

Read by Bob Seybold

4.1 Before the Bombings in Kenya and Tanzania

25:39

Read by AnnaGrace

4.2 Crisis: August 1998

22:19

Read by Maire Rhode

4.3 Diplomacy

20:33

Read by Maire Rhode

4.4 Covert Action

29:18

Read by Maire Rhode

4.5 Searching for Fresh Options

31:22

Read by AnnaGrace

5.1 Terrorist Entrepreneurs

25:13

Read by Lee Ann Howlett

5.2 The "Planes Operation"

23:11

Read by Lee Ann Howlett

5.3 The Hamburg Contingent

32:45

Read by Lee Ann Howlett

5.4 A Money Trail?

14:40

Read by Maire Rhode

6. From Threat To Threat, 6.1 The Millennium Crisis

24:33

Read by Corey M. Snow

6.2 Post-Crisis Reflection

28:01

Read by Corey M. Snow

6.3 The Attack on the USS Cole

25:20

Read by Corey M. Snow

6.4 Change and Continuity

22:43

Read by Anna Simon

6.5 The New Administration's Approach

41:28

Read by Anna Simon

7.1 First Arrivals in California

27:08

Read by Lee Ann Howlett

7.2 The 9/11 Pilots in the United States

24:04

Read by Lee Ann Howlett

7.3 Assembling the Teams

27:30

Read by Lee Ann Howlett

7.4 Final Strategies and Tactics

39:06

Read by Lee Ann Howlett

8.1 The Summer of Threat

37:18

Read by Lee Ann Howlett

8.2 Late Leads

38:09

Read by Lee Ann Howlett

9.1 Preparedness as of September 11

18:14

Read by Bob Seybold

9.2 September 11, 2001 - part 1

1:12:08

Read by Allyson Hester

9.2 September 11, 2001 - part 2

22:25

Read by Allyson Hester

9.3 Emergency Response at the Pentagon

7:33

Read by Allyson Hester

9.4 Analysis

30:45

Read by Maire Rhode

10. Wartime, 10.1 Immediate Responses at Home

16:45

Read by Maire Rhode

10.2 Planning for War

14:58

Read by Carl Manchester

10.3 "Phase Two" and the Question of Iraq

21:53

Read by Carl Manchester

11. Foresight--and Hindsight, 11.1 Imagination

30:33

Read by Cori Samuel

11.2 Policy

8:44

Read by texttalker

11.3 Capabilities

8:26

Read by Lee Ann Howlett

11.4 Management

22:15

Read by Lee Ann Howlett

12.1 Reflecting on a Generational Challenge

15:28

Read by Maire Rhode

12.2 Attack Terrorists and Their Organizations

27:54

Read by Bob Seybold

12.3 Prevent the Continued Growth of Islamist Terrorism

25:18

Read by Lee Ann Howlett

12.4 Protect against and Prepare for Terrorist Attacks

47:42

Read by Phillipa Chantry

13. How To Do It?, 13.1 Unity of Effort across the Foreign-Domestic Divide

23:50

Read by BiddyM

13.2 Unity of Effort in the Intelligence Community

27:33

Read by Maire Rhode

13.3 Unity of Effort in Sharing Information

9:24

Read by Maire Rhode

13.4 Unity of Effort in the Congress

9:04

Read by Bob Seybold

13.5 Organizing America's Defenses

18:41

Read by Alana Jordan

Bewertungen

(0,5 Sterne)

waste of time, nothing but lies.

missing information

(1 Sterne)

my review has nothing against the reader at all. With that being said there are 28 pages of this report that have been omitted due to them being labeled "classified". These missing pages prove that Saudi Arabia influenced the attack on our country as well as debunking other myths our "Officials" spoon fed us as being fact.

confusing

(0,5 Sterne)

This book is based on lies. The commission report was written in point form before commission members ever had their first meeting.

history is written by the victors

(1 Sterne)

A horrible crime took place on 9/11. But sadly most people cannot fathom the scale or the evil that conspired it into reality. This book of fiction should be used as evidence of a coverup by these criminals, The crimes of these evil people did not stop there, they invaded countries and murdered millions and continue to do so to this day. Maybe one day history will be rewritten and the criminals named and shamed for the murder of millions. 2019 does not seem like the year this will happen. Good luck and please remember to question everything. Building 7 was a little hint but there are many others. False flags work and they know how to use em ;)

Thank you

(5 Sterne)

On audible the this cost over 80 dollars and its free on librivox! Heck yeah!

(0,5 Sterne)

Lol, I'm not even going to listen to this. I read the description. And lul'd.

Great

(5 Sterne)

Very descriptive and gives lots of information about the attacks

informative, one reader mispronounces too many words

(4 Sterne)

I love this. Very informative. However, there are multiple readers and most are great but one has a very soft voice that I found hard to listen to. Worst of all, she mispronounces at least one word per sentence. If this kind of thing annoys you, you will be cringing a lot. I just couldn’t bear listening to those chapters. However, I loved all the other presenters.