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On June 29, 2004, journalist Annie Jacobsen, traveling with her family on Northwest Airlines flight 327, witnessed what she believed was a terrorist ?dry run.? The blogosphere quickly made world news of Jacobsen's article on her terrifying experience, launching her on a year-long investigation. In Terror in the Skies, Jacobsen tells, for the first time, the full story of the events on Northwest 327 and the investigation that followed. What happened on her flight, she discovered, was not an isolated incident, and if our air security does not improve, 9-11 is likely to happen again.
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This event is not a singular or isolated experience. The terrorists are probing us all the time. -- Gary Boettcher, president, Coalition of Airline Pilots Associations
This incident, and incidents like it, occur more than you like to think. It is a "dirty little secret." -- Mark Bogosian, a pilot for a major airline
This is a major embarrassment [for the Department of Homeland Security]. . . . this is a scandal. . . . this needs to be exposed. -- Steven Emerson, author of
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