Table of contents for The 9/11 Commission report : final report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States.


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"W   HVE SME PLANES        1
Ssidc the Four Flights I
i mp'roisirg a Homeand Defense 14
1 ational Crisis Man agment 35
2 E   NDATI O)N OF TIE NEW TERRORISM             47
2  Decartion onW  47
2  in La(hs Appeal in the Islanic  orld 48
2 he Rise  Bin Ladn andia Qaedai 1988-1992) 5
Siding au ()rganzation, Declaring
ar o the United States (1992-1996) 59
Si Qedas Reniewal i Afghanistan (1996-1 98  63
3   iTERTERRORISM EVOLVES          71
Frm the Old trrorisi to the New:
"e First Wrd Trade Center Bombing 71
Sdaptatio  anid Nonadaptation-
in the Law Enforceent tCommiunity 73
. . and in he Federal Aviation Administration 0  82
Sd i the Intelligence Cononit1
3.5  . . , and in the State De·partment and the DeĢ,i>e Deparment 3C
.6   .id. d:in in the -Whitc iolsc  9
3.7  .. and in the Congn  1 02
4. RESPONSES TO AL QAEDASN INITIAL ASSAl              S
4.1  Befre th    bing iin Kem  and izai   1F
4.2  Crisis:Auust 1998  15
4.3   )iplomac  il2
4.4  Covert Actin  i26
4.5  Scarchini for FIresh Optio  1
5 AL QAEDA AIMS A THE AMRIC AN HOM                    N      14
5.1  TerroArit Entr prcienCu  1
.2   The"Planes OpCrationt  153
5. 3 71 he Hanburg Coti imnen  16
5.4  A Money Trail? 1I6
61 FROMIiREAT TO TRE AT              174
6.1  The Milleium i  Cisis 174
6.2  Post-Crisis Rleflectioi AgL.t d for 2i1  1i2
6.3  The Attack on the TUS9 Col, 11
6 4  ChaInle a nd Continui  1
6.5  T he New Acdinistrati oni Apnptoacl
"7  THE AITTACK LOOMS        215
7.1  Fist  rrivals in (Cali ni  2t 5
"7.2  The 9/ 1 P1iots i the Uid itatie
7.3  Assembling re Thae s  231
7.4  Final Strategie and  tics 24
8. "THE SYSTEM WAS BIS       NKING RED" 254
"8.1  The Sunmir of hthrea
f2 ate Leads-Mi hdha Mu1 sao ui  d 1SM  266
9. HEROISM AND HORRO R            27
9.1  Pepairenes s ao Scepnimer 1 2 7
.2   Septiember 11 2001 285
9.3  Ei er ncv Respone i t tle Pentai 31
"94  At'alsis 315
10. WRTsIiME  325(
I mdate R   Lesponses at Home· 3_2h
2  ning f>r War 330
"13  PhseTw- o" ane d the Question ot Iri  334
SFi RS HT-AND HINDSIGIT         339
1                o Iginatio.n 339
11.:3  C pablities  .350
S.    i.anagemeni t 353
1.WHA     O DO? A GLOBAL STRATEGY           361
12i Rlectig. on ;a Generatioinal Challenge 361t
, tta'k Trvrorists and Their Organizations 365
S3 :rvent the Continuei Growth oftIsami:st rrorism  37
-4rot  against and Prepare for rrorist Att cki 383
1  O    DO IT? A DIFFERENT \'AVY OF
ANIZI NG TE GOVERNMENT             39)
a1ty of EtFt tross d  athe Foreign- )omestic ivide 40
nit o Effbt iii the Inteligre-ie Conimminni  4107
.3 it of -iffort in Sharing Indarmation 416
34   nty ofifrt in the Congress 419
Sgai   Amnerica's Defnses in the Unitedi Sats 423



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001, Terrorism Government policy United States, Terrorism United States Prevention, Intelligence service United States Evaluation, Qaida (Organization)National security United States, War on Terrorism, 2001-