The military screw-up people are talking about.

In a report released today, the staff of the 9/11 commission disagreed with claims that the North American Aerospace Defense Command, known as NORAD, could have successfully intercepted Flight 93, the hijacked plane that crashed in Pennsylvania, before it reached the Capitol or the White House. In a January 2002 “War Stories,” Scott Shuger criticized NORAD for its incompetence, and explained how the agency could have responded differently to the crisis.