al Qai'da Watch addresses the terrorist activities and the the methods used by al Qai'da terrorist operatives in the U.S.,  with in-depth analysis of  the relationships that exist between al Qai'da (al Qaeda) and Middle Eastern terrorist groups and their Middle East State benefactors.


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NORAD Security Breach


The following article was originally printed by The Wichita Eagle on April 17, 1997

I have included a portion of this article to Terrorist Watch due to the fact that this security alarm at NORAD was initiated 6 days after the arrival of the submarine at New Era.In the Intelligence business, there is no such thing as 'coincidence'.

CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN AIR STATION, Colo.- The manmade cavern that houses the nerve center for the US and Canadian air defenses was under tightened security because of an unspecified security threat.

Senior military officials later said they may have overestimated the credibility of the threat, but that the stiffened security would remain for the time being.

Air Force Maj. Gen. Jeff Grime, commander of the Cheyenne Mountain space-tracking complex, said there was no threat to nearby Colorado Springs or several other major Air Force and Army installations in the area.

"It's totally focused on us here," said Grime, interviewed in his command center deep inside Cheyenne Mountain.

In a later interview at nearby Fort Peterson Air force Base, Vice Admiral Lyle Bien said officials had determined that the credibility of the information was in doubt. He added that extra security precautions would be kept just in case.

Bien said the information, while still not completely discounted, had come third-hand. It had indicated a "potential for some kind of attack" on Cheyenne Mountain, one of the most security facilities in America, he said.

"It doesn't look like the source was terribly credible," he said after consulting with Grime at U.S. Space Command headquarters, where Bien is vice commander.

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