You are certainly entitled to your opinions, and I am entitled to mine.
I have seen my share of aircraft accidents, and I'm perfectly comfortable knowing that there was no 757 at either the Pentagon or at Shanksville.
I have seen my share of aircraft accidents as well, and yes, debris taken from the Pentagon and from Shanksville have been identified as wreckage from B-757's.
In addition, debris from United 93 have been recovered at Shanksville as well.
And, other items collected at the crash site in Shanksville.
And, now this:
While a supersonic jet may penetrate soft sand, the rather delicate nose of a passenger jet will not penetrate the bedrock of Pennsylvania coal country. That is not a profound statement, but it is true.
I respectfully disagree. The crash sites at the Pentagon and Shanksville contained debris consistent with a 757.
The photos speak for themselves. You'd claimed that aluminum-bodied aircraft could not penetrate ground, but there are historical photos that show otherwise.
how many video cameras there are at the Pentagon. IF any of those videos proved the official story, the Pentagon would have published them years ago.
In one segment of a video, you can see the vertical stabilizer of a B-757 just before it struck the Pentagon as it trails smoke from its right engine. Look at the logo on the vertical stabilizer just before the aircraft strikes the Pentagon.
Now, look at the logo on the vertical stabilizer of this American 757.
I have served in the military and I am now retired from the United States Air Force (civil service and military) with a total of more than 43 years within the aviation community, which includes employment with defense contractors. I am a pilot of 42 years and an aircraft structural technician. I have developed equipment and components for Air Force aircraft, including a new type of flapper valve used on all Air Force C-5B, and some C-5A and C-5C Transports. Several years ago, I was sent to Pensacola, FL, by the Air Force and Raytheon to develope a new repair manual for the engine inlet of the TF-39C jet engine, which is used on the C-5. I was also an aircraft structural inspector in addition to supervising aircraft structural personnel.
On the contrary, all of the evidence points to the fact that United 93 crashed in Shanksville, and that United 77 crashed into the Pentagon.
Edited by skyeagle409, 27 December 2011 - 08:38 PM.