flpuck6
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Auto-reponse From FAA (BS)

Fri Jan 25, 2002 4:23 am

While it's the most I can expect from a web-based e-mail to the FAA concerning airport/aviation photography, here's what the automatic response is.

<and
security of air travel is on all our minds, across America. At FAA, we
are
working aggressively to respond to and resolve security concerns. We
need to
ensure heinous acts like those that occurred in New York, Pennsylvania,
and
Washington D.C. on September 11 never happen again.

The Secretary of Transportation established two task forces to address
security.
One team is focusing on increasing security at the nation's airports;
the other
team will examine security on board aircraft. They are collecting,
evaluating,
and prioritizing ideas that will help to develop a new national
strategy for
aviation security. Their initial report was made on October 1, and
already,
significant changes in procedures are in place at all our nation's
airports to
tighten security. [The full report will not be made public for security
reasons].

Please accept our appreciation for your taking the time to share your
thoughts
and suggestions with us. Your help and support is an important
contribution to
ensuring the safety and security of the Nation's aviation system.

Most sincerely,
Tell FAA Response Team

>>
Bonjour Chef!
 
Jer32382
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RE: Auto-reponse From FAA (BS)

Fri Jan 25, 2002 5:35 am

What did you expect from a bunch of beaureucratic di@#@&*ds
 
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RE: Auto-reponse From FAA (BS)

Sun Jan 27, 2002 3:59 am

At least you got a response,when I got booted from my spot of 10 years at ROC,I e-mailed the sheriffs and the airport's website and got NO response! BIG F'ING SURPRISE!
Champagne For My Real Friends,and Real Pain For My Sham Friends
 
flpuck6
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RE: Auto-reponse From FAA (BS)

Sun Jan 27, 2002 6:56 am

United_Fan--

I would keep e-mailing until you do get a response. Obviously, don't over do it, but keep sending 'em to get their attention.

Truthfully, the FAA auto-response didn't answer our concern anyway.
Bonjour Chef!
 
SJC-Alien
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RE: Auto-reponse From FAA (BS)

Sun Jan 27, 2002 10:12 pm

Nooooo, Noooooooo...you're supposed to ask the LAX area photographers 1st....before contacting any authorities,,,so you don't blow it for them.......don't you remember how I was 'scolded' for talking to the LAX PD a week ago by "Planeguy"....?  Yeah sure


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