Friday, March 23, 2007

CTU joining forces with DHS?

This is deeply weird:

The Homeland Security Department and the military this summer will test whether drones flying 65,000 feet above the nation's busiest airports could be used to protect planes from being shot down by terrorists with shoulder-fired missiles.
Dubbed "Project Chloe" after a character on Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff's favorite TV show, 24, the anti-missile strategy is the latest to be explored by government leaders looking to thwart potential missile threats at commercial airports. Other methods are being considered, but Homeland Security officials say they may be too costly or impractical.


At 2:53 PM, March 23, 2007, Blogger Eli the Mad Man said...

> Other methods are being
> considered...

One being "Project Bauer" where they just let Jack run around waiving his gun and yelling "EVERYBODY DOWN!"


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