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Profile: Peter Gay

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As details of the passengers on the four hijacked flights emerge, some are shown to have curious connections to the defense company Raytheon, and possibly its Global Hawk pilotless aircraft program. Stanley Hall (Flight 77) was director of program management for Raytheon Electronics Warfare. One Raytheon colleague calls him “our dean of electronic warfare.” (Gullo 9/25/2001) Peter Gay (Flight 11) was Raytheon’s vice president of operations for Electronic Systems and had been on special assignment to a company office in El Segundo, California. (Gullo 9/25/2001) Raytheon’s El Segundo’s Electronic Systems division is one of two divisions making the Global Hawk. (Intelligence Surveillance Reconaissance Journal 3/2002) Kenneth Waldie (Flight 11) was a senior quality control engineer for Raytheon’s electronic systems. David Kovalcin (Flight 11) was a senior mechanical engineer for Raytheon’s electronic systems. (CNN 9/2001) Herbert Homer (Flight 175) was a corporate executive working with the Department of Defense. (CNN 9/2001; Feldscher 12/11/2001) A surprising number of passengers, especially on Flight 77, have military connections. For instance, William E. Caswell was a Navy scientist whose work was so classified that his family knew very little about what he did each day. Says his mother, “You just learn not to ask questions.” (Chicago Tribune 9/16/2001)

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