Friday, January 17, 2014

#1819: Marine Links MI-3 Bilderberg List to Serco Onion Router Triage, Bombardier Sukhoi JABS

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company hit lists apparently adopted at the annual Bilderberg conference to the Serco Onion Router Triage agents and script kiddies who allegedly used MI-3’s Joint Automated Booking System (JABS) to avoid the February 12, 2009 Bombardier crash which killed Beverly Eckert and the May 8, 2012 Sukhoi crash which killed Sukhoi's chief civilian test pilot, Alexander Yablontsev.

McConnell claims that the MI-3 Innholders guests gave their approved Bilderberg hit lists to Serco director Maureen Baginski and her script kiddies who allegedly deployed Serco's Onion Router, GPS and JABS patent-pool devices to triage the Bombardier-Sukhoi crime scenes and procure Eckert's and Yablontsev's deaths by plane.

McConnell invites fellow sleuths to Google key words and read excerpts below together with the emerging chapters of his latest book: “The List of Thurso Innholders – The Wrist That Didn’t Bleed” at

Prequel 1: #1818: Marine links Osborne MI-3 Bilderberg List to Serco's Hilton Grove Onion Router, Michael Hastings GPS Bomb

Prequel 2: #1808: Marine Links MI-3 Obama Script-Kiddie SPIT to Beverley Eckert DMORT Hit

Prequel 3: McConnell Links Sister’s National Security Bribe To Sukhoi FADEC FADEOUT Dive

Sukhoi Superjet 100 Mount Salak crash simulation, final version

Continental Flight 3407 Crash Air Traffic Control Tape

Captain Field McConnell
N3572 CR S
Plum City WI 54761
United States of America

Mikhail Pogosyan, General Director
Sukhoi Aircraft Company
23B Polikarpov Street
Moscow , 125284, Russia

Colonel Nikolay V. Blednykh
Russian Embassy
2650 Wisconsin Ave., NW
Washington , DC 20007

                                                                                                                         12 May, 2012

Director Pogosyan,

My deepest sympathy for the loss of crew and passengers of the Superjet 100 in Indonesia.

I am a retired Delta Airlines pilot and retired USAF F4 and F16 pilot.  I have 23,000 hours of incident free flying.  I would like to speak with someone with authority to speak for Sukhoi and I would like to speak to the Sukhoi engineering/test pilot/safety personnel with a representative of the Russian Embassy in attendance.

My military career includes being deployed from NAS Keflavik in April, 1982 to intercept Soviet Bear and Badger bombers.  My civilian career includes having a retired Bear pilot in my cockpit on a flight from TSE to SVO.

In addition to a 39 year flying career, I have also been an attentive student of aircraft crashes that involve both FADEC and Thales technologies.  I feel strongly the the incident involving the Sukhoi Superjet bears the same ‘footprint’ as these incidents: Turkish 1951/AMS, Speedbird 38/LHR, Adam Air 574/Indonesia, Kenya 507/Cameroon, Air France 447/Atlantic, CF18/Lethbridge, Canada and F18/Oceana, Virginia.

If Sukhoi and the Russia Embassy see merit in my becoming a ‘demonstration pilot’ for Sukhoi internationally and especially in North America and Eurasia I would be most happy to prove to the world that your products are safe, efficient and reliable.  I have included a link to a demonstration of the world's lowest jet-jet air refueling at bottom of page.

My flying background speaks for itself.  More importantly is the true history that on March 2, 2007 I was forced to retire early from Delta ( then Northwest ) after I relayed safety sensitive information to FBI, FAA, Northwest Airlines and NoRAD.  The safety information includes specific illegal modifications to Boeing/Airbus glass cockpit and FADEC/Thales equipped aircraft.  I next flew in Kazakhstan for 18 months with copilots who were Kazakh or Russian. I have 3750 hours in command of A319/20/21 aircraft in addition to type ratings in CV580, DC9, DC10 and A330 aircraft.

The Chief Pilot of the Astana Pilot Base is Captain Sergei Alexandrovich and he administered my last line check during my 18 months flying in Kazakhstan .  If you contact him he can attest to 3 significant issues:

1) My being the first Air Astana pilot to score 100% on the English proficiency
2) My saving an A320 from being destroyed on 13 December, 2008
3) My productivity and teamwork in that on my last day of flying for Air Astana

I completed 5 segments when the current ‘agreement’ was 2 segments maximum per duty day.

In the United States some military pilots are becoming aware of some issues that I have raised in three federal lawsuits.  Had those lawsuits been responded to appropriately,  the Speedbird 38, Turkish 1951, Air France 447, CF18 and F18 incidents may well have been prevented.

I look forward to your response and am free to travel ( at no cost ) MSP-JFK-SVO or to Washington DC or any other major city in North America if your aircraft company, and Russia, see merit and value in having a person with my background demonstrating the quality and performance of the Sukhoi Superjet.
Best Regards,

Field McConnell
Retired Captain/Delta
Retired Lt. Col/USAF
N3572 CR S
Plum City WI 54761
+001 715 307 8222

Demonstration flight F4D July, 1985:

“The Telegraph .. Last pictures of crashed Russian plane emerge
These pictures were the last taken of the fateful Russian flagship passenger jet that went missing 50 minutes into its take-off from Jakarta.

 By Ian MacKinnon in Bangkok
3:15PM BST 10 May 2012
Alexander Yablontsev, the chief test pilot and Alexander Kochetkov, his co-pilot pose with relaxed-looking flight attendants ahead of a landmark test flight.

The wreckage of the Sukhoi Superjet-100, with 50 people on board, was discovered on Thursday after it crashed 20 minutes after take-off into a jungle-covered dormant volcano.

Helicopters scouring vegetation covered slopes discovered the blue and white wreckage of the Sukhoi Superjet-100, which crashed 20 minutes after take-off from Jakarta on a demonstration flight to drum up business.

Teams of rescuers who battled up the sheer slopes to reach the crash site found no signs of survivors and said that the bodies would have to be placed in nets and winched up to hovering helicopters.

The Mount Salak Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ-100) crash occurred on 9 May 2012 when an SSJ-100 aircraft crashed on a demonstration flight operating from Halim Perdanakusuma AirportJakarta, Indonesia.[1] On 10 May, the wreckage of the Sukhoi Superjet was spotted on a cliff in Mount Salak, a volcano in the province of West Java. Due to the widespread debris field where the aircraft hit the mountain, rescuers concluded that the aircraft directly impacted the rocky side of the mountain and that there was "no chance of survival".[2][3] On 12 May 2012, it was reported that the remains of several victims' bodies had been recovered and airlifted to Halim Airport and then taken to the National Police Hospital for identification.[4]

The final report, released 18 December 2012, indicated that the accident was caused by crew members ignoring terrain warnings that they had incorrectly attributed to a database problem. The crew had turned off the terrain warning system and were unaware that they were operating in close proximity to mountains. The crew, including the captain, were engaging in conversation with potential customers as the aircraft impacted the ground.[5]

Nortel [JABS and Onion Router PKI developer for MI-3 Innholders] helps Lastminute implement voice extranet by NMA Staff 23 August 2001 00:00 has launched what it claims is the first voice extranet to manage inventories and hotel bookings.

The system, which has been designed by Nortel Networks, removes the travel industry's dependence on online technology, which is often lacking in many organizations.

Nortel is targeting online businesses with its voice-recognition offering, following its acquisition of voice-recognition developer Perisonics, claiming that the use of voice technologies provides a vital extra channel for e-tailers on both the B2B and B2C side.

"This opens a lot of doors," said a Nortel spokeswoman. "For example, Lastminute purely had a Web presence before. The system opens services to people without Web access or those on the move." The Lastminute system uses interactive voice-recognition (IVR) technology to allow hotel managers to update their inventory on Lastminute's database using voice commands. The company claims this automated service takes around 30 seconds to update the inventory.

The voice-booking initiative is being offered to all of Lastminute's UK hotel partners. It will then be rolled out to the company's European partners. Lastminute also plans to extend the system to its other product categories.

Following its voice-enabled Christmas catalogue, also developed by Nortel, the company is planning to launch IVR services for further consumer offerings.”

Yours sincerely,

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

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