|Pentagon missile attack 9/11?||F77 home 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 alpha index||Bushwatch|
|Pentagon surveillance cam, image manipulation. Trying to convince the world that an airliner hit the Pentagon||Heliport: Image manipulation, outlining.|
|see ASCE for details||see also Pages 26, 7, 27|
|see Page 29, Phoenix Project, and 9/11 Memorial|
|from: Airliners.net copyright: Colin Abbot||Boeing 757||below: Cone story from Disaster-Resource.com|
"Aircraft landed after full emergency due to a bird
Obviously, the story on the right is total bunk.
It ignores the 30 tons of aircraft engines on a Boeing 757.
|Excerpt: "American Airlines Flight 77 slammed into the western face of the Pentagon, penetrating the first and second floors, just north of the fourth corridor in Wedge 1, and traveled at a forty-five degree angle through the building’s three outer-most rings, E, D and C, before stopping just shy of the fifth corridor in Wedge 2. The nose of Flight 77 punched out into A-E Drive, a roadway between the B and C rings. The fireball and explosion that resulted upon impact was significant but was impeded in Wedge 1 by a sprinkler system that was recently installed as part of a building-wide renovation project first begun in 1993" article copy|
|The tail structure
of a Boeing 757 is 44'6" high, or just at the bottom of the 4th floor
of the Pentagon. The area inside the yellow square is the
entry point of the attack aircraft.
And the center line of the engines is just about level with the top of the first floor. But only two adjacent windows were even broken on the second floor (ASCE report). There's no way that a Boeing 757 crashed into this building.
|above: Boeing 757 aircraft engine: approximately weighing 15 tons.||And see:The Pentagon Building Performance Report (ASCE) American Society of Civil Engineers.|
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