What To Do
If There Is No Air Marshall
On September 12, 2001, when airline flights
were allowed to resume following the terrorist attack on the World Trade
Centers, one captain, speaking from the flight deck to his passengers,
told them the following:
“Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain speaking. Now
that the safety lecture is over, we’re about the take off now for the
first time since the Twin Towers in New York were destroyed by hijacked
airplanes. We haven’t been given any instructions from the FAA about
what we should do if someone tries to hijack our plane, or been provided
with any extra security on board. So, we’re kind of on our own here in
uncharted territory. I just wanted to say thanks for flying with us and
tell you that IF anyone should stand up and try to take over this plane,
I want you to pick up whatever you have handy, your pillow, blanket,
tray table, book, newspaper, magazine, or whatever and throw it at his
head and keep throwing things at him until you can jump on him and beat
him until he stops wiggling and hold him down until the flight crew can
take him into custody. I assure you, no one is going to hijack THIS flight
because no one or two or even five men can stand against the efforts of
all the rest of us working together to stop them. Thanks for flying with
us today and we hope you enjoy the flight.”
This American HomeGuard Manual takes those instructions a
few steps further. Published by Patriot Press October 2001- revised 2006.
5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches;illustrated
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