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Aa77 Final Maneuver Video, Based from NTSB Animation

rob balsamo
post Aug 24 2006, 09:37 PM
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with comment inserts in video...

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This is the final maneuver performed by the aircraft which hit the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. This animation was provided by the NTSB and is accurate in terms of the flight data recorder on board this aircraft. It has not been altered by anyone after it was received from the NTSB. Whether or not this animation is authentic, i defer inquiry to the NTSB. Please pay attention to the end of the video, as the altitude is too high to have hit the light poles that were reported to have been struck by the same aircraft which hit the pentagon. The comment inserts are added.



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post Aug 25 2006, 10:37 PM
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uploaded to google as well..

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3221196662653785623
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post Oct 29 2006, 12:37 AM
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Can you say "government co-operation"? How could this guy have pulled this off in what is supposed to be some of the most heavily-guarded airspace in the world?!
Where are all the f-16s and what have you to shoot this plane down? If the government did NOT have a hand in this, then they are the biggest bunch of nincomppops and incompetents I have ever seen. I mean this character is supposedly flying this plane as if he is on a lark...and a real good question was brought up...why make this leisurely fly-around (at least that is what it looks like to me) instead of a kamikaze dive into the Pentagon?
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QUOTE (Lights @ Oct 28 2006, 11:37 PM)
...I mean this character is supposedly flying this plane as if he is on a lark...and a real good question was brought up...why make this leisurely fly-around (at least that is what it looks like to me) instead of a kamikaze dive into the Pentagon?

Now I am not a pilot (I was an airframes and engines artificer in the RN's Fleet Air Arm on Hunters, Sea Vixens, F4 Phantoms amongst others) unless you count 5-10 mins in control of a Hunter T8 in the student seat and a trip in the back seat of Meteor T7, a short flight with some control in a Tiger Moth and more time in gliders, but during that sequence was there not a considerable amount of yaw on at times. Would that not have presented problems for a novice pilot with little natural?
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