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Foreign troops in NYC on 9/11??

NWO is freaking out, Mumbai false flag might as well have happened in U.S.

The Terrorist Attacks on Mumbai According to THE VETTED FACTS:
G7 False Flag Mumbai massacre...Official story is TOTAL BS! Hindu Undercover!

The Terrorist Attacks on Mumbai, according to Police State, False Flag lover, traitor to the Constitution and Bill of Rights: Jeffrey K. Beatty (extracted from PDF:)

Mumbai, India. November 26‐29, 2008
By, Jeffrey K. Beatty
Captain Raymond Brown

About the Authors:

Jeffrey K. Beatty is a special advisor to TSSI President and CEO Don L. Rondeau, and also a member of TSSI’s Critical Infrastructure Protection Strategic Advisory Group (CIPSAG). He is the founder and former president of TSSI's predecessor organization. A former Delta Force Assault Troop Commander and Operations Officer, Mr. Beatty later served as an FBI Special Agent and advisor to the National Hostage Rescue Team (HRT) and as a CIA Counter-terrorism Center Case Officer, where he successfully managed anti-terrorism operations in Europe and the Middle East. A renowned anti-terrorism expert, the U.S. Senate sought his testimony regarding transportation security issues, including aviation, following 9/11. Among his many accomplishments, Mr. Beatty authored the Anti-terrorism Action Plans for the American Trucking Association and the American Bus Association.

Captain Raymond Brown is a TSSI Subject Matter Expert (SME) and Master Trainer for TSSI’s Trucking Security Program. Captain Brown offers specialized maritime and land security experience and possesses unmatched threat vulnerability and assessment and security awareness training experience. A former Chief of Analysis in the U.S. Coast Guard's Intelligence Center and White House military aide, Capt. Brown has developed several highly successful anti-terrorism training programs within the transportation sector, including courses for the American Bus Association, the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority and Logan Airport.

1) Executive Summary

a) What Happened? On 26 Nov 08–29 Nov 08, a Pakistani based militant organization ‐ Lashkar‐e‐Taiba (LeT), possibly with the aid of Indian militants – infiltrated the neighboring country of India by sea and attacked a police station, two hotels, a Jewish center, a hospital, a train station, a cinema and café in the city of Mumbai. The attacks left 179 dead and over 300 wounded. Among the casualties were many foreigners and 14 police officers. Most of the attacks consisted of small arms fire along with the use of grenades and bombs. In at least one case, torture was used by the perpetrators on their victims.

The Attacks had the effect of increasing tension between India and Pakistan. India subsequently moved troops to its border with Pakistan. In response, Pakistan moved significant Military Units to the Indian border and away from the Tribal regions adjacent to Afghanistan. This is an area of high U.S. Interest in the war against the Taliban and the on‐going search for Osama Bin Laden. Ironically, as a possible indicator of increased U.S. Intelligence capability, ABC News reported on December 1, 2008 that the U.S. had previously warned India of possible attacks launched from the sea against hotels and business centers in Mumbai.

Further, the Mumbai attack targeted hotels and train stations, and other critical infrastructure sectors. This was not the first such terrorist attack to do so, and it had much in common with the Beslan Russia School Hostage situation in that it played out for days and received much more media coverage than a single car bomb or even multiple car bombs would. Finally it appears that the attackers were using drugs to stay awake for the long period of the incident which enabled them to maintain security with fewer attackers.

b) Relevance to U.S. Homeland and U.S. Interests Overseas. The same group is believed capable of operations within the United States. This attack showed that U.S. Cities might be partially vulnerable to “Mumbai like” waterborne attacks. However, In terms of the small arms and explosives aspects of the attacks, since the massacre at Columbine High School, many U.S. cities have done at least some training in handling “Active Shooter” incidents. U.S. Cities also generally have well‐trained S.W.A.T. Teams to handle such incidents.

The vulnerable sectors in the U.S. are the hotels and other public locations along with the responsiveness of the State and Local Command Authority to act quickly to resolve the situation. The remedy is to upgrade hotel and other public sector “Immediate Action Plans” and integrate them fully with law enforcement responses as has been done in places like New York and Las Vegas to allow for a much more successful result than in Mumbai:

At TSSI, we believe that a Mumbai‐type exercise should be held in every U.S. city and Immediate Action Plans developed to handle such an operation. To be accurate, it must be noted that detailed access and “Immediate Action” plans for responders to act in harmony with on‐site security are much more widespread in major U.S. cities than in places like Mumbai. However, the need exists to create those plans where they don’t exist, review the plans that are extant, and exercise the new or existing plans in all cities.

2) Order of Battle
a) Perpetrators.
i) Lashkar‐e‐Taiba (LeT).
(1) In Mumbai attack phase ‐ between 10 and 30 young Pakistani men.
(2) In support operations an estimated 10‐to‐30 personnel who were based in Pakistan and may have also conducted part of the reconnaissance in Mumbai, possibly with the assistance of Indian citizens.

(3) TSSI ANALYSIS ‐ This type of operation requires significant casing, rehearsal, financing, training and an extensive support network to aid the fighters. The Indian police claim that there were a total of only 10 terrorists. However, witness accounts and confiscation of equipment indicates there could have been up to 25‐to‐30 involved. Nine were confirmed killed and the Indian police captured an individual who they claim to be the sole known remaining survivor, Muhammed Ajmal Amir Kasab, who was arrested during the attacks and has been in custody ever since. This claim may be overstated and it is possible several attackers successfully escaped in the fog of battle.

Through questioning, police have been able to paint a better picture of exactly what went on throughout the event, as well as the development of the attack leading up to the 26thof November. Kasab explained there were a total of 30 recruits selected for suicide missions and they were provided with highly specialized training, including Marine combat skills. Once selected by the Lashkar leadership, they were sequestered in a house for three months. They were divided into two‐man teams; each assigned a different target in Mumbai to attack and were forbidden to share the information with one another.

Ten recruits arrived together in Mumbai and, according to Kasab, they never saw the other 20 trainees again. Each of the men had aliases, and they knew each other only by those aliases during their training. Each attacker carried a dozen grenades, a 9‐millimeter handgun with two 18‐round clips and an AK‐47 with seven to nine 30‐round magazines and more than 100 rounds of loose ammunition. The recruits were trained to conserve their ammunition, fire in short bursts, and prepare to hold out against security forces for as long as possible. Each terrorist also carried a 17.6 lb bomb; three were recovered and defused, while others exploded during the attacks. Each attacker also had a cell phone to communicate with leadership as well as GPS handsets.

[INSERT-SEE: WARNING: Government will shut down all cell phones during next FALSE FLAG ATTACK!!!]

b) Security Forces.

i) India has a National Anti‐terrorism Unit but it is located in New Delhi ‐ over 8 hours away. Post‐incident, Indian authorities said they would station Ant‐terrorism units in 4 other cities including Mumbai.

ii) Mumbai Police. Local Police apparently were not trained, or not willing to conduct aggressive life‐saving operations against what U.S. Police would call “Active Shooters”. Mumbai's Anti‐Terrorism Squad Chief Hemant Karkare, was among those killed by the attackers in an apparent serious tactical error.

3) Chronological Incident Description
a) Pre‐Incident
i) Historical. (Source: Anti Defamation League) Overview. Lashkar‐e‐Taiba (LET), a Pakistani‐based Islamic terrorist organization, seeks to drive out Indian security forces from the disputed Jammu and Kashmir regions of South Asia and establish an Islamic caliphate. Various intelligence services consider LET to be one of the most dangerous Islamic militant groups operating in Kashmir. Known for its expertise in suicide bombing and conventional assault tactics, LET has carried out many deadly attacks, including a raid on the Indian Parliament in 2002, which killed 14.

Although the organization stopped claiming responsibility for attacks after it was ostensibly banned by Pakistan in 2002, Indian authorities have arrested many LET operatives in connection with attacks in the region. The group was founded in the late 1980’s with the help of the Pakistani government (which also opposes the Indian presence in Kashmir) as the armed wing of the Markaz al‐Dawa wa al‐Irshad, an Islamic social welfare group. LET, which was also inspired by Osama bin Laden, continues to maintain close ties with Al Qaeda.

Intelligence services have discovered that, before its camps were destroyed by the United States in 2001, Al Qaeda frequently hosted and trained LET operatives. Conversely, since the destruction of those camps, LET has hosted Al Qaeda trainees and other Islamic militants, including Shahzad Tanweer, one of the suicide bombers in the July 7, 2005 London Underground attack, according to British authorities. Additionally, senior Al Qaeda leaders, such as Abu Zubeida have been arrested at LET compounds.

Major Previous Attacks
(1) October 29, 2005: Three coordinated suicide bombs in New Delhi during Hindu festival of Diwali killed at least 63 and wounded over 200.

(2) August 25, 2003: Double bombing in Bombay (Mumbai) killed 52 and wounded 175.

(3) September 24, 2002: Raid on Akshardam Temple in Gujarat killed 28 Hindu worshippers.

(4) December 13, 2001: Raid on Indian Parliament killed at least 14.

U.S.‐Related Activities

Designated by the U.S. as a Foreign Terrorist Organization.

Several American citizens, including members of the so‐called “Virginia Jihad Network,” were convicted of training at LET camps in Kashmir and Pakistan, as well as other related terrorism charges.

LET operatives have reportedly been recruited for planned Al Qaeda attacks on American interests and the organization is believed to have operatives already in the U.S.

b) Incident Specific. It is evident that significant planning, casing and rehearsals went into this operation. This type of coordination requires significant scouting, financing, training and an extensive support network to aid the fighters. The fighters (at least 1 in each cell) appear to have previously been to each of their assigned targets and were very familiar with the physical layout and procedures at each target location.

c) Active Incident. Nov 26. A ship was seized and the attackers launched from that “mother ship” in small inflatable craft and landed in Mumbai. Once ashore, the attackers moved to the Calaba police station ‐ most likely as a single unit ‐ and attacked. The group then broke into smaller teams and headed for their assigned targets. At least one police van was hijacked and the terrorists drove around the city firing automatic weapons from the truck at random targets. These included; the train station (Chhatrapati Shivaji), The Café’ Leopold, The Cama Hospital, The Metro Cinema, The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel and the Oberoi Hotel.

Several bombs or grenades were tossed into the lobbies and in other areas of the hotels, and gunmen opened fire indiscriminately in the hotel lobbies, at the café, cinema, train station, and the Chabad‐Lubavitch Jewish Center. Throughout the attacks, the gunmen specifically targeted those with foreign passports, most notably American, British, and Israeli. The attackers also held hostages. This hostage situation proved to be the most difficult for police to handle, especially at the hotels. It was not until over 200 National Security Guards, commandos, and other Naval and Army forces were deployed to Mumbai that the situation was brought under control on November 29.

d) Post Incident. India found evidence of the attack being launched and trained for in Pakistan. As a result, India moved troops to the Pakistani Border. Pakistan responded by repositioning troops from the tribal regions near Afghanistan where they were involved in the hunt for the Taliban and Osama Bin Laden and moved significant troops to oppose Indian Forces along their common border.

5) TSSI’s Assessment of Security Implications and Recommendations

a. Provide law enforcement personnel with the most up to date blueprints or layouts of your buildings, to include any new construction or remodeling of the structure;

b. Invite your local police to visit your facility so they have an idea of the layout;

c. Train your personnel to be observant of suspicious activity, which may include surveillance, stolen uniforms or badges, vehicles, or any other unusual, out of the ordinary event which makes you think.

d. Review your facilities constantly to determine if additional steps can be taken to improve physical security.

e. Make sure you have crisis and “Immediate Action” plans in place in the event of an emergency at your facility;

f. If you have such plans, please provide them to local law enforcement, to include the local JTTF, and walk through or exercise them with local law enforcement.

g. Ensure your personnel know to call 911 in the event of an emergency.

h. Always be vigilant to an unusual event and report them to local law enforcement and to the Transportation Security Operations Center Surface Watch at 703‐563‐3263.

[INSERT: Vigilant against what? Non-existent terror threats to keep people in a perpetual state of fear and concern? Vigilant just like the criminal CACI, hey you scumbag pieces of trash?]

6) Intelligence Implications and Recommendations
• Intelligence Operations that discern capabilities and intentions of adversary groups must be first rate.
The best “intelligence” is often that which you develop yourself. For example, The World Trade Center detected casing and surveillance activity prior to 9‐11. The Pentagon also detected casing and surveillance activity prior to 9‐11. The information gleaned from security forces and employees at potential target sites must be respected, collected, analyzed and disseminated for action. Programs such as the “First Observer™” program that TSSI supports on behalf of DHS‐TSA allow for exactly that type of intelligence collection.

7) Public Policy Implications and Recommendations

The Public has to be part of Public Safety. In an effort to interdict Terrorist Operations before attacks are pressed home, programs that train employees at potential terrorist target sites to be alert for possible casing, surveillance and other pre‐cursor terrorist operations are very valuable. These People must be encourage to Observe, Assess and Report ANY suspicious activity.

The public must also be attuned to threats they might observe in public places. Unattended packages, unattended large vehicles, and the like are things that the public should report if they seem the least bit suspicious or are in a location where, if they were in fact concealed weapons, they could do great danger.

In the event of an actual attack, employees must know what is expected of them in an appropriate Immediate Action Drill. These drills must be trained to. The recent emergency landing of an US Airways jet on the Hudson River, resulting in all 155 persons on board surviving, is an example of employees and the public who understood there was a drill to be followed and followed it. [INSERT: WTF?]

Immediate Actions Drills for unarmed Employees and the Public should include but not be limited to: Evacuation, Shelter in Place, Assembly and Accountability.


The Trucking Security Program (TSP) known as 'Eyes on the Road', has been renamed to 'FIRST OBSERVER', effective immediately. This new TSP program was officially launched by 'Team HMS' in early September 2008.

The purpose for this name change is to brand the program with a name that offers the broadest appeal possible to the transportation community and stakeholders. Program specifics and details are available via the web at



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Welcome! 59th Annual NDTA Transportation & Logistics Forum and Exposition.

Making Transportation Security Intel Actionable
Moderator: Mr. Ted Rybeck, CEO, Benchmarking Partners
Addresses the Joint CONOPS CONOPS Concept of Operations
CONOPS Control Operations
CONOPS Continuity Of Operations
CONOPS Contingency Operations
CONOPS Continuous Operations
ConOps Conduct of Operations
CONOPS Continental United States Operations for information sharing being developed by the DHS DHS Department of Homeland Security (USA)
DHS Department of Human Services
DHS Department of Health Services
DHS Demographic and Health Surveys
DHS Dirhams (Morocco national currency) in conjunction with USTRANSCOM, NORTHCOM NORTHCOM United States Northern Command (Homeland Security), CIA CIA: see Central Intelligence Agency.

(1) (Confidentiality Integrity Authentication) The three important concerns with regards to information security. Encryption is used to provide confidentiality (privacy, secrecy). , FBI, law enforcement, the NCS (Network Call Signaling) CableLabs version of MGCP. See MGCP/MEGACO.

NCS - Network Computing System: Apollo's RPC system used by DEC and Hewlett-Packard. The protocol has been adopted by OSF. and Homeland Security Council The Homeland Security Council (HSC) is an entity within the Executive Office of the President of the United States and was created by Homeland Security Presidential Directive 1 (HSPD-1) on October 29, 2001. .

Joseph Allbaugh
Member of TSSI's CIPSAG, Joe M. Allbaugh is President and CEO of Allbaugh International Group, LLC, a strategic partner of TSSI, and world renown company specializing in Response, Recovery and Continuity, headquartered in Washington, DC. Together, both companies combined expertise offer clients an unparalleled, joint approach to emergency management. Mr. Allbaugh formerly served as Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) from 2001 through 2003. As head of FEMA, Allbaugh coordinated the Nation's $8.8 billion response and recovery efforts in the traumatic days following 9/11 and received much public acclaim for his leadership of FEMA. He is also a founding member of the President's Homeland Security Advisory Council.

Jeff Beatty (Pic near top)

In addition to his membership on the CIPSAG, Jeff Beatty serves TSSI as a Special Senior Advisor to President and CEO, Don L. Rondeau. A former Delta Force Assault Troop Commander and Operations Officer, Mr. Beatty later served as an FBI Special Agent and advisor to the national Hostage Rescue Team (HRT) and as a CIA Counter-terrorism Center Case Officer, where he successfully managed anti-terrorism operations in Europe and the Middle East. A renowned anti-terrorism expert, the U.S. Senate sought his testimony regarding transportation security issues, including aviation, in the aftermath of 9/11. Among his many accomplishments, Mr. Beatty authored the "Anti-Terrorism Action Plans" for the American Trucking Association and the American Bus Association.

FOX: Jeff Beatty

Sane - I agree.

Many Israeli's are recent immigrants from Russia.

Maybe I lean in that direction because of the arrest of Israeli's around the fringes of the 9-11 events.

Prof. Peter Dale Scott has written a little noticed article about a Russian company called Far West Ltd., which he believes is an international partner with VP Cheney's former firm Halliburton KBR, and a firm called New Bridges which is now run by the head of FEMA on 9-11 Joe Allbaugh. And this company is run by former Russian KGB, Army and narcs who made their bones (and their money) in Afghanistan. And he shows evidence this company was involved with the FSB (new KGB) in the false flag Moscow apartment bombings, covered by AJ and PP, which boosted Putin to power and gave a pretext for the Chechen war. This company is involved in the arms, mercenary, security and drugs business in Afghanistan, Iraq, (Soviet) Georgia and Columbia. He also shows evidence they connect to some of the potential players in the 9-11 attacks - Cheney, Albaugh, Pakistani ISI, Israeli Mossad.

And how in the world would National Guard be activated BEFORE WTC 7 falls? Maybe there is an innocent explanation but it seems strange.

The "Russian 9/11" in 1999: Bombings and Plans for War

Russia has been familiar for some time with charges that the bombings in Moscow in 1999, and an accompanying invasion of Russian Dagestan that rekindled the ongoing war in neighboring Chechnya, were both planned by representatives of the Islamist element in the Chechen resistance, in collusion with a representative of the Russian Kremlin.

Read synoptically, these stories indicate that the well-connected drug-trafficking meta-group, with connections to both the Kremlin and the CIA, arranged in advance for the bombings and invasion at the meeting in July 1999, at a French villa owned by the superrich arms merchant Adnan Khashoggi. The group allegedly operated with support from Saudi Arabia and organized global drug trafficking, some of it probably through Kosovo.

The group's business front, Far West, Ltd., is said to have CIA-approved contractual dealings with Halliburton for geopolitical purposes in the Caucasus, as well as dealings in Iraq with Diligence LLC, a group with connections to Joe Allbaugh (the FEMA chief in 2001) and to the President's younger brother Neil Bush. The head of Far West recently told a Russian outlet that "a well-known American corporation... is a co-founder of our agency."[10]

The evidence for this western face of the group is laid out in an article by a so-called Yuri Yasenev, which is clearly a compilation of extracts from intelligence reports, on a Russian website.[11] The article is cited – very selectively – as authoritative by a reputable Hoover Institution scholar, John B. Dunlop.[12] But Dunlop completely ignores, one might say, suppresses, Yasenev's case as I have summarized it above. He uses the article instead to document a more familiar case: that in 1999 the Yeltsin "family" in the Kremlin dealt with this same group to create what might be called the "Russian 9/11."

New Bridge was established in May [2003] and came to public attention because of the Republican heavyweights on its board – most linked to one or other Bush administration [officials] or to the family itself. Those include Joe Allbaugh, George W. Bush's presidential campaign manager, and Ed Rogers and Lanny Griffith, former George H.W. Bush aids.[90]

Joe Allbaugh, the co-chairman of the company, was also head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), on the day of the 9/11 attacks, and indeed until March 2003, the month that the U.S. invaded Iraq.

My personal suggestion to 9/11 researchers is that they focus on the connections of the meta-group's firm Far West, Ltd. – in particular those which lead to Khashoggi, Berezovskii, Halliburton and Dick Cheney, and Diligence, Joe Allbaugh, and Neil Bush.

AK: And I would add, the information from Sibel Edmonds that this group ties into disloyal neocons like Feith, Perle, Wolfowitz, Grossman, Hastert and others, and their ties to the Turkish-Israeli-Pakistani drugs/arms smuggling and money laundering groups. Also: NOTE THAT CHENEY AND ALLBAUGH WERE RUNNING THE EXERCISES ON 9-11 THAT PUT E4-B'S IN THE AIR OVER DC, NY AND PENN/OHIO, AND SENT EAST COAST FIGHTER JETS TO CANADA, AND PUT FEMA MEN ON THE GROUND IN NYC ON 9-10-01.


Michael Howard and spooks on brink of Rothschild funding deal

Sunday, 18 February 2007

Diligence, the corporate intelligence firm founded by former spies and chaired by the one-time Conservative leader Michael Howard, is close to striking a major investment deal with a member of the Rothschild banking dynasty. The company, thought to be valued at around £30m, is understood to be in talks with an investment business called JNR, run by Nathaniel Rothschild, son of Lord Jacob Rothschild.

Under the proposed deal, Diligence's majority shareholder - a South American private equity firm - will sell part of its 60 per cent stake. It is also thought that group chairman Richard Burt, the former US Assistant Secretary of State and chief arms control negotiator in the first Bush administration, will sell his 12 per cent holding and then leave the company. Mr Howard is European chairman.

Diligence declined to comment. However, sources close to the situation believe a deal could be struck within weeks. Diligence was founded in 2000 by Nick Day, a former MI5 spy who also served in the Special Boat Service, and ex-CIA agent Mike Baker, who no longer works for the company.

Mr Howard joined on a part-time basis last year. He also sits on Diligence's advisory board beside Judge William Webster, a former director of the CIA and FBI, and Edward Mathias, a managing director of private equity group Carlyle, among others.

Diligence describes itself as an "intelligence gathering and risk management" firm. Like its larger rival Kroll, it has built a reputation advising clients on a range of sensitive issues, such as investigating fraud and money laundering, vetting potential overseas partners and providing security.

The business has grown rapidly since its inception, and now boasts offices around the world, including London, Washington, Moscow and Hong Kong. The new investment, should the Rothschild deal go ahead, will allow it to continue expanding its operations. It is particularly focused on growing its presence in Asia.

However, the group is not without its controversial side. Clients are understood to have included Halliburton, US Vice-President Dick Cheney's former firm, while heavyweight Republican lobbying outfit Barbour Griffith & Rogers has invested in the business in the past.

Diligence settled a dispute with accountancy giant KPMG out of court last year. The legal row centered on claims that Diligence staff had impersonated MI6 officers in order to steal information.

Partnering for Solutions.


* MR. RON WIDDOWS, CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. , American President's Lines--Accepted

* THE HONORABLE MICHAEL CHERTOFF, Secretary, US Department of Homeland Security--Invited

* GEN JOHN W. HANDY General John W. Handy was Commander, U.S. Transportation Command, and Commander, Air Mobility Command, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois from October 2001 until September 2005. General Handy retired effective October 1, 2005. , USAF, Commander, US Transportation Command--Invited

* VADM HARVEY E. JOHNSON, JR., Commander, US Coast Guard Pacific Area, USCG--Accepted


Monday, 12 September

SESSION A -- Securing the Intermodal Freight Systems

Moderator: Mr. Jeffrey K. Beatty, President, TotalSecurity. US Securing the global supply chain is everyone's responsibility. Join this panel of experts to discuss the results of the current initiatives (TWIC, CSI, C-TPAT C-TPAT Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (US government) , SST, OSC O.S.C. n. short for Order to Show Cause. (See: Order to Show Cause) , NII, VACIS VACIS Vehicle and Cargo Inspection System (gamma-ray imaging system made by SAIC)
VACIS Victorian Ambulance Clinical Information System (Metropolitan Ambulance Service, Victoria, Australia) ), and find out what to expect in the future.

SESSION B -- Contingency Operations

Moderator: Brigadier General Paul J. Selva, USAF, Director, Operations, J-3, USTRANSCOM USTRANSCOM United States Transportation Command

[INSERT: WTF? USTRANSCOM (like US NORTHCOM, there's COM for everything, because the entire North American continent is being fully converted to a hellish military dictatorship. The entire transportation system in the US is under military command.]

Receive the information directly from the logisticians supporting Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom and the Global War on Terror This article is about U.S. actions, and those of other states, after September 11, 2001. For other conflicts, see Terrorism.

The War on Terror (also known as the War on Terrorism . Discuss the sourcing of forces, their deployment, and the rotation of forces to and from Iraq; sustainment operations and the role of the distribution process owner; and the role of the CENTCOM CENTCOM US Central Command. CENTCOM Coalition Central Command Deployment and Distribution Operation Center (CDDOC CDDOC Centcom Deployment Distribution Operations Center ) and its impact on inter- and intra-theater synchronization. Finally, lessons learned from the recent rotations and their effect on planning for the future.

SESSION C -- The Role of the Freight Forwarder in Support of the Warfighter

Moderator: Mr. Jeffrey Tucker, CEO, Tucker Company, Inc.

The freight forwarder is emerging as the critical "player" in getting your cargo to the right place at the right time. Especially into the operational theater where US-Flag carriers may not operate. Find out how to leverage this worldwide network of international carriers.

SESSION D -- Report on the Defense Travel System

Moderator: Mr. G.R. Mobaraki, Dir. Gov. Sales, Hertz Corp.

Are you a DoD employee? Do you travel? Then find out how the Defense Travel System will change the way you book travel--airlines, rental car, lodging, and get paid for your expenses. If you are in the passenger/travel industry you need to understand how DTS (1) (Digital Theatre Sound) A digital audio encoding system used in movie and home theaters. Popularized by the movie Jurassic Park, the six-channel (5. may influence the selection of the airline, rental carcompany, or hotel for the DoD traveler, and the potential impact of this system on your business. This is the session to discuss travel related technology and issues.

SESSION E -- FY 06 Forecast

Moderator: MG Charles Fletcher, Commander, SDDC

Find out what is on the business horizon for a variety of government agencies. Learn about the plans for deployments, redeployments, retrograde for OIF, government forecasts of RFP's to be re-competed, new RFP's expected to be released, who are the key points of contact to learn more about these RFP's and for questions concerning doing business with the government? Here is where you will get your questions answered about business opportunities in FY 06.

Tuesday, 13 September

SESSION A -- Ask the Leaders

Moderator: LTG Robert Dail, Deputy Commander, USTRANSCOM Pose your questions directly to the logistical leaders of the War on Terror and the Military Transformation of the Armed Forces. Get straight answers from the leaders, who are directing the transportation and distribution efforts in support of the troops around the world, while transforming how that support is provided. This is an opportunity for direct discussion with the logistics "decision makers".

SESSION B -- Industry Trends--What to Expect in 2006?

Moderator: Mr. Jeff Pundt, President, Landstar Carrier Group

Find out what the industry experts see in their crystal ball for 2006. More mergers in the airline industry? Will the "boom" continue for the trucking industry? Can the railroads compete with truckers for dependable, reliable on time deliveries? And what can we expect in the Maritime industry with the move to the mega-container ships.

SESSION C -- Technology Advances in Supply Chain Management

Moderator: Mr. Rob Fitzgerald, Exec. Director, Defense Programs, Northrop Grumman Information Technology

Learn about the current and emerging technologies being used throughout the global supply chain. The status of the governments "mandate" to use RFID, advances in satellite tracking technology for "un-tethered" trailers, Optical Character Readers (OCR) for gate in-checks, smart containers, the joint inter-modal distribution system, the non ISO (1) See ISO speed.

(2) (International Organization for Standardization, Geneva, Switzerland, An organization that sets international standards, founded in 1946. The U.S. member body is ANSI. container, technologies required for sea basing, and industry processes and technology for commercial ITV/TAV (how industry provides ITV for commercial customers).

SESSION D -- Young Leaders in Operation Iraqi Freedom

Moderator: LTC Chris Croft, USA

What is OIF like for the young leaders who are making it happen on the ground? See the operation through their eyes. Get the unvarnished view from the people who are accomplishing the mission every day.

SESSION E -- Emerging Areas of Interest for Industry

Moderator: RDML Marc L. Purcell, USN, Director, Strategy, Plans, Policy, and Programs (J5), USTRANSCOM

Can you define these terms or explain the concepts? Joint Regional Inventory Materiel Management (RIMM), DLA's Global Stock Positioning Strategy, Defense Transportation Coordination Initiative (DTCI) objectives, Defense Business Systems Management Committee (DBSMC DBSMC Defense Business Systems Management Committee ), Distribution Process Owner Initiatives.

Join us to get a view of these future initiatives from OSD, TRANSCOM TRANSCOM United States Transportation Command TRANSCOM Transportation Operations Coordinating Committee (metro New York, New Jersey, Connecticut) TRANSCOM Transactions on Communications (IEEE), and DLA DLA dog leukocyte antigen. .

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