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FAA flaws under Garvey detailed

9/11 report says threats downplayed

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / July 24, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- The Federal Aviation Administration under then-administrator Jane F. Garvey failed to take steps to protect the nation's air fleet from terrorism before the 2001 attacks and its communications were in disarray on the morning of the hijackings, according to a damaging portrait of the agency painted by the 9/11 commission's final report, released this week. (Full Article: 1173 Words)

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