Wednesday, September 2, 2015

#2441: Serco Protégées ACARS Murders – NGA-Mentored Germanwings Crash – Clinton OOOI Time Bets

Briefing from United States Marine Field McConnell 
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September 2, 2015

1. In 1994, Serco (formerly RCA GB 1929) and its drug-hub banker HSBC allegedly launched a murder-for-hire visa service where targeted airline passengers are tracked by Serco protégée companies through ACARS interfaces to FMS flight management systems, and intimidated or assassinated with decoy or drone maneuvers per 9/11.

2. On 24 March 2015, a Serco protégée HeiTech Services Inc., allegedly tracked a suicidal (?) co-pilot Andreas Lubitz onto Germanwings Flight 9525 and helped Serco mentor the ACARS crash maneuver which killed Booz Hamilton employee Yvonne Selke, an apparent whistleblower of National Geospatial Intelligence Agency loan fraud with the Small Business Administration.

3. In 2001, Serco's protégé Base One Technologies apparently interfaced ACARS clocks to Clinton Foundation servers for use in online assassination betting on times of death of targets – often but not exclusively whistleblowers – traveling in periods between OOOI events: Out of the gate, Off the ground, On the ground, In the gate.

Together with his e-book "Shaking Hands With the Devil's Clocks", United States Marine Field McConnell ( offers his expert-witness simulation services to help plaintiffs understand how HSBC/Serco used ACARS clocks and OOOI times to synchronize the events of 9/11 and the Baker's Dozen crashes (see below)

"From Field McConnell …. The Baker's Dozen in chronological order. Also YouTubes done by others for MH370 and GW9525. If you speak to the filmmakers remind them the logic of ACARS "shaking hands" and why MH370 was therefore never lost.

Adam Air 574  -   1 Jan 07
Kenya Airways 507  -  5 May 07
Speedbird 38  -  17 Jan 08
Colgan 3407  -  12 Feb 09
Air France 447  -  1 Jun 09
Turkish 1951  -  25 Feb 09
Air Afrikiyah 771  -  12 May 2010
Sukhoi Superjet 9  -  May 2012
MH370 (1)  -  8 March 2014
MH17  -  17 Jul 2014
QZ 8501  -  28 Dec 14
Asia Air 235 -  4 Feb 15
GW9525 (2)  -  24 Mar 15

"Germanwings Conspiracy? Husband Of American Victim Declares He Has A 'Duty' To Reveal What Happened To Pentagon Contractor Wife Killed In Alps Massacre 
Posted on Mar 30, 2015 @ 4:24AM 
Now, in a surprising development, can reveal that American victim Yvonne Selke was working on a top-secret Pentagon project at the time of the crash, and her husband has come forward insisting he has a "duty" to share the truth about what happened.

Raymond Selke, 65, lost his wife, Yvonne, 57, and 23-year-old daughter,Emily, in the disastrous crash and opened up exclusively to Radar in the hopes of spreading the truth. Selke said he had a "duty" to speak out about his wife, who was working on a $315 million project for the Pentagon as a Booz Hamilton employee at the time of her death. Specifically, she worked with the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency.

What's more, Selke hinted that his wife's brother had "connections" to those in power, and had initially alerted him to the crash. “I’m not going to give any particulars," Selke said. "I am not getting into that.""

"The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's Mentor-Protégé Program Builds Partnerships 
By Margo Gasquet, Staff Officer, Small Business Programs Office, NGA

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) awarded a record 18 mentor-protégé agreements in 2011, a testament to building partnerships and the unprecedented growth and success of the program since NGA began participating," said Small Business Programs Office (SBPO) Director Sandra Broadnax.

The Department of Defense established the Mentor-Protégé Program in 1990 to provide major DOD prime contractors incentives to those serving as mentors and developing technical and business capabilities in small, disadvantaged, women-owned, service-disabled, veteranowned, and historically underutilized business zone small businesses, their protégés. The protégé’s incentive is increased participation as subcontractors and suppliers under DOD contracts as well as long-term business relationships with major DOD contractors.

NGA seeks innovative and unique mentor-protégé agreements that focus on industry support of GEOINT, visualization, tasking, processing, exploitation and dissemination, persistent surveillance, timeline compression, horizontal integration, forward deployment, multi-intelligence and all forms of imagery in the electromagnetic spectrum."

"SBA Administrator Leaves Agency with Legacy of Fraud and No Successor 
Posted: 08/29/2013 3:19 pm EDT 
Updated: 10/29/2013 5:12 am EDT T
his Friday could be an interesting day at the Small Business Administration (SBA). I'll tell you why I say that. It will be SBA Administrator Karen Mills' last day on the job. She resigned over six months ago and President Obama has not named a successor. That sounds like trouble to me, if you're a small business owner.

I'm also concerned that one of the Pentagon's top public relations heavy hitters and experienced spin masters has quietly taken over the SBA press office. Retired Naval Commander Terrence Sutherland was the worldwide spokesman for the Pentagon. He very quietly took over the SBA press office in April with no official announcement, no press release, not even a blog. That seems strange. He has handled many of the most high profile and sensitive public relations problems at the Pentagon for over 10 years. What's a guy like that doing at the SBA?

The SBA has a documentable track record of releasing embarrassing or fabricated data or any information they want to try and keep out of the media on Friday afternoons. Friday afternoons, just before a holiday weekend, are reserved for the vilest, objectionable and corrupt information from the SBA. Any data the SBA releases on a Friday before a holiday weekend deserves a serious FBI investigation, a Congressional Hearing followed by a criminal trial. Labor Day weekend is coming up. I wonder if some major announcement regarding the future of the SBA will be released this Friday afternoon to try and keep it out of the press.

According to U.S. Census Bureau data, 98 percent of all U.S. firms have less than 100 employees and 89 percent have less than 20 employees. Those 28 million small businesses are responsible for over 90 percent of the net new jobs in America, over 50 percent of the private sector work force, over 50 percent of the GDP and over 90 percent of U.S. exporters.

It has been widely reported that during the Obama administration billions of dollars in federal small business contracts have been diverted to some of the largest corporate giants around the world. If fact, the SBA Office of Inspector General referred to the rampant fraud at the SBA as, "One of the most important challenges facing the SBA and the entire federal government today." In fact, SBA Inspector General Peg Gustafson, who was appointed by President Obama, has named the widespread fraudin federal small business contracting programs as the number one problem at the SBA."

"Germanwings Flight 9525 (4U9525/GWI18G)[5][a] was a scheduled international passenger flight from Barcelona–El Prat Airport in Spain to Düsseldorf Airport in Germany, operated by Germanwings, a low-cost airline owned by Lufthansa. On 24 March2015, the aircraft, an Airbus A320-200, crashed 100 kilometres (62 mi) northwest of Nice, in the French Alps, after a constant descent that began one minute after the last routine contact with air traffic control and shortly after the aircraft had reached its assigned cruise altitude. All 144 passengers and six crew members were killed. …

According to French and German prosecutors, the crash was intentional.[100][101][102] Marseille prosecutor Brice Robin said that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz was initially courteous to Captain Sondenheimer in the first part of the trip, then became "curt" when the captain began the mid-flight briefing on the planned landing.[103] Robin said that when the captain returned from a probable toilet break and tried to enter the cockpit, Lubitz had locked the door.[100][101] The captain had a code to unlock the door, but the code panel can be disabled from the cockpit controls.[7][104] The captain requested re-entry using the intercom, knocking and then banging on the door, but received no response.[105] The captain then tried to break down the door.[16][82][106] During the descent, the co-pilot also did not respond to questions from air traffic control and did not transmit a distress call.[107] Robin said that contact from the Marseille air traffic control tower, the captain's attempts to break in, and Lubitz's steady breathing were audible on the cockpit voice recorder.[101][108] The screams of passengers were heard in the last moments before impact.[103]

After their initial analysis of the aircraft's flight data recorder, the BEA concluded that Lubitz deliberately crashed the aircraft. He had set the autopilot to descend to 100 ft (30 m) and accelerated the speed of the descending plane several times thereafter.[109][110] The aircraft was traveling at 700 kilometres per hour (430 mph) when it crashed into the mountain.[103]

The BEA preliminary report into the accident was published a month later, on 6 May 2015. In addition to confirming the initial analysis of the aircraft's flight data recorder, it revealed that during the earlier outbound Flight 9524 from Düsseldorf to Barcelona, Lubitz had practised setting the autopilot altitude dial to 100 ft (30 m) several times while the captain was out of the cockpit.[111]

"Last autumn [2011], Serco Received the Department of State's 'Commendation for Excellence Award' for exceeding small business subcontracting goals in fiscal year 2010. Serco has received this award eight of the past nine years.

CEO of protégé company HeiTech Services, Inc, Heidi Gerding, confirms the benefits of the programme: "Anytime I have asked for support from Serco, they have showed willingness to help, often going beyond what was initially requested," she says, adding that the company's success in doubling their revenues over the last two years has been a direct result of the support and mentoring provided by Serco. "It has demonstrated their commitment in increasing participation of small businesses in the federal marketplace."

Last autumn, Serco Received the Department of State's 'Commendation for Excellence Award' for exceeding small business subcontracting goals in fiscal year 2010. Serco has received this award eight of the past nine years.

Serco was also named in 2011 one of the '10 Best Corporations for Veteran-Owned Businesses' by the National Veteran-Owned Business Association. This was in recognition of continued dedication to working with the veteran community and Serco's ongoing efforts to meet and exceed our client's small-business subcontracting goals. Equally important, Serco is a charter Associate Member of the National Veteran Small Business Coalition."

"HeiTech homes in on the federal market 
Despite growth, Landover IT firm emphasizes personal contact with its customers 
by Lindsey Robbins | Staff Writer 
A decade ago, after her customers at her previous job told her she needed to launch her own company, Navy veteran Heidi Gerding took the plunge — and doesn't regret it. Since 1999, when its executives worked without pay, HeiTech Services of Landover has grown to revenues nearing $15 million this year. Offering services in IT, management consulting and program support, professional support services and visa processing support, HeiTech employs more than 220 people and has contracts with numerous federal agencies. "I wouldn't have done it any other way. This is where we need to be," said Gerding, president, CEO and partial namesake of the privately held company, which is certified as woman-owned, service disabled veteran-owned and small disadvantaged business. Gerding is a former Navy lieutenant commander with 13 years of service and at least nine years of active duty."

"MI6 spy who was found dead in locked bag had 'hacked secret files about US president' 
Monday 31 August 2015 
An MI6 spy who was found dead inside a bag in 2010 had hacked into restricted information about Bill Clinton, it has been claimed.

Gareth Williams, a 31-year-old employee of GCHQ who was seconded to the Secret Intelligence Service (MI6), was found dead inside a padlocked bag at a safe house in London.

The Sun on Sunday newspaper quotes an intelligence source as saying Mr. Williams had obtained sensitive documents regarding former US president Bill Clinton."

"The Clinton diary hack came at a time when Williams's work with America was of the most sensitive nature," the source is reported to have told the newspaper.

"It was a diplomatic nightmare for Sir John Sawers, the new director of MI6 at the time."

A coroner had previously ruled that Mr Williams was probably unlawfully killed and that his death was likely to have been the result of criminal actions.

Dr Fiona Wilcox said in 2012 however that it was unlikely his death "will ever be satisfactorily explained".

Police have previously said that a third party "may have been" involved in Mr Williams' death, but in 2013 Scotland Yard claimed that he had locked himself in the bag by accident.

“The MPS position is that, on balance, it is a more probable conclusion that there was no other person present when Gareth died. But the reality is that… there exist evidential contradictions and gaps in our understanding," said Deputy Assistant Commissioner Martin Hewitt.

A number of theories have been posited regarding Mr Williams' death, including that he was involved in a "sex game gone wrong", or targeted by foreign or domestic intelligence services."

AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall 
31 Aug 2015
2,177 7,000 Pages of Clinton Emails to Be Released Inform Hillary Clinton's private email server was housed at the same physical location and on the same network as an email server used and operated by the Clinton Foundation, Breitbart News has exclusively learned.

Records reveal that Hillary Clinton's private server shared an IP address with her husband Bill Clinton's email server,, and both servers were housed in New York City, not in the basement of the Clintons' Chappaqua, New York home.

Web archives show that the Web address was being operated by the Clinton Foundation as of 2009, when Hillary Clinton registered her own server.

Numerous Clinton Foundation employees used the server for their own email addresses, which means that they were using email accounts that, if hacked, would have given any hacker complete access to Hillary Clinton's State Department emails, as well.

The bombshell revelation raises new concerns about the possible illegality of Hillary Clinton's private email use. The former Secretary of State is under federal investigation for potentially violating the Espionage Act by allowing people without a security clearance to access classified information. The fact that Hillary was sharing an email network with a private foundation means that people without a security clearance almost certainly had physical access to her server while she was working at the State Department.

Here's what we know:

The Servers Have The SAME IP Address Hillary's server and the Foundation-run email server have exactly the same IP address, and the same SSL certificate (which an organization purchases for an email server to verify its trustworthiness). and both have an IP address of, according to an SSL Certificate Checker.

The two servers both have that same IP address,, according to DNS records. (Here are records for Hillary's server, and here are records for Bill's server).

Both servers have the same IP address, according to another independent Internet records database,

The fact that both of these email servers have the same IP address means that they were operating on the same network, and sharing physical space. A computer expert tells Breitbart News that the servers were probably operating on the same machine. It is also possible that they were operating on different machines on the same network, which still means that the machines would have to be close enough to exist in the same physical location. President Clinton's server was created in 2002, while Hillary's was created in 2009, which means that Hillary's server was simply added to Bill's Foundation-run server network.

They Had The SAME IP Address When She Was Secretary of State Hillary's server and Bill’s Foundation-run server also shared a different IP address during her tenure as Secretary of State.

From September 8, 2009 until June 24, 2011, Bill Clinton's Foundation-run server had an IP address of, according to DNS records.

Hillary's server had the same exact IP address,, from the dates May 21, 2010 until October 21, 2010, according to DNS records.

Their Shared IP Address Can Be Traced to Midtown Manhattan A geographical search for the IP address that both servers shared at registration traces to Midtown Manhattan, according to three different databases:, which locates a Midtown latitude/longitude point,, which also gives a Midtown latitude/longitude point, and

Clinton Foundation headquarters are currently located at 1271 6th Avenue in Midtown. Bill Clinton's office is at 55 West 125th Street The Denver-based firm Platte River Networks told Breitbart News that it physically moved Hillary Clinton’s private email server out of the basement of her Chappaqua home in 2013. But the Clintons could have moved the server from Manhattan to Chappaqua before Platte River got there.

Clinton Foundation Employees Had email addresses The employees who have used email addresses included former Bill Clinton right-hand man Doug Band, as well as Justin Cooper, a Hillary aide who has worked with the Foundation, Terry Krinvic, Laura Graham, and John Zimmerebner.

Was Chelsea Clinton On The Server?

The email server for, which is no longer active, resolves, according to DNS records. Wikileaks confirms that server was used by Chelsea Clinton employees.

Hillary Even Admitted That She Used Her Husband's "System" "Well the system we used was set up for President Clintons office and it had numerous safeguards it was on property guarded by the Secret Service and there were no security breaches, so I think that the use of that server which started with my husband proved to be effective and secure," Hillary Clinton said in a March 2015 press conference.

Clinton has not returned to that talking point since.

The Clinton Foundation and Hillary Clinton’s campaign did not return requests for comment by press time."
"Serco was founded in 1929 as RCA Services Limited, a United Kingdom division of the Radio Corporation of America and initially provided services to the cinema industry.[4] It changed its name to Serco in 1987 and has been a London Stock Exchange listed company since 1988.[4] On 29 December 2008, Serco acquired SI International.[5]

In November 2014 its share price, which stood at 674p before the taxpayer scandal broke in 2013 collapsed to 218.7p, after four profit warnings. The new chief executive Rupert Soames sold off "scores of divisions". He said the company was suffering from ministers’ improved ability at driving a bargain, and claimed that "the Government has got much more adept at writing contracts and transferring risk to the private sector".[6] On 17th November 2014, it was announced that Alastair Lyons would resign from his position as chairman of Serco.[7] Lyons referred to "operational mis-steps" for which he took "ultimate responsibility", but said he had not been forced out.[8]

Between 2007 and 2014 Serco published a magazine, Ethos."
"In aviation, ACARS (/ˈeɪkɑrz/; an acronym for Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System) is a digital datalink system for transmission of short messages between aircraft and ground stations via airband radio or satellite. The protocol was designed by ARINC and deployed in 1978,[1] using the Telex format. More ACARS radio stations were added subsequently by SITA.

Prior to the introduction of datalink in aviation, all communication between the aircraft and ground personnel was performed by the flight crew using voice communication, using either VHF or HF voice radios. In many cases, the voice-relayed information involved dedicated radio operators and digital messages sent to an airline teletype system or successor systems.

Particularly, the airlines paid the flight and cabin crews according to whether the aircraft was Out of the gate, Off the ground, On the ground, or In the gate. The flight crews reported these times by voice to geographically dispersed radio operators. Anecdotally, the airlines believed the flight crews "fudged" these reported times to the crews benefit, so believed they would save not only the cost of the radio operators, but also would realize a labor savings for the flight and cabin crews through more accurate time reporting.

In an effort to reduce crew workload and improve data integrity, the engineering department at ARINC introduced the ACARS system in July 1978, as essentially an automated time clock system. Teledyne Controls produced the avionics and the launch customer was Piedmont Airlines. The original expansion of the abbreviation was "Arinc Communications Addressing and Reporting System".[2] 

Later, it was changed to "Aircraft Communications, Addressing and Reporting System". The original avionics standard was ARINC 597, which defined an ACARS Management Unit (MU) consisting of discrete inputs for the doors, parking brake and weight on wheels sensors to automatically determine the OOOI times and generate and send as telex messages. It also contained a Medium Shift Keying (MSK) modem used to transmit the OOOI reports over the existing VHF voice radios. The first day of operations saw about 4,000 transactions, but ACARS did not experience widespread use by the major airlines until the 1980s. The original ACARS development team was headed by Crawford Lane and included Betty Peck-a programmer, Ralph Emory-an engineer, and Dwayne Rolfson-Mgr A/G Operations. The terrestrial site, a pair of Honeywell Level 6 minicomputers and their software was developed by a subcontractor - Eno Compton of ECOM, Inc.

Early ACARS systems were extended over the years to support aircraft with digital data bus interfaces, flight management systems, and printers."

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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