Almost a year ago Rob asked me to try identify the military airtraffic in the 84Rades radar data for the 911Intercepted movie. But it is not an easy task, because when one researches the data deeply, one finds out there are literally hundreds of military planes (or also the planes which despite they don't transpond any military codes certainly behave as military planes and anyway take off or land at military airbases) in the air which all one after another must be tracked to the military bases where they took off or landed. It takes months of work. Especially difficult is to reliably discern the planes, which fly in formations - which one must track manually, blip after blip, because the radar tracking software is usually unable to do such a job - at least not reliably.
This video is one of the very partial results of this effort.
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Please make sure you watch this video in fullscreen mode and in the 720p HD.
The 84Rades radar data show 3 military planes in formation which take off from Andrews JNAF already at ~8:35 EDT (12:35 UTC). The planes squawking military transponder codes: M2-6413 (red), M2-6402 (blue) and M2-1212 (pink) fly in a typical formation southwards and they soon disappear into river valley in the southern Virginia. After ~12 minutes they again reappear from another river valley in North Carolina still having each same squawk codes as before they disappeared and being in the same formation, so they can be easily and infallibly identified.
Then they longtime circle near Stumpy Point, NC.
Exactly when the Pentagon is attacked they split and while the M2-1212 flyies immediately back north and lands back at Andrews JNAF at ~10:13 EDT, the M2-6413 and M2-6402 encounter another military plane M2-7004, possibly for refueling operation. Then they also fly back north and land back at the Andrews JNAF. One of them - the M2-6413 - having then consistently also M3-4663 (civil transponder code) takes almost immediately again off and joins the other fighters patroling the attacked Pentagon. Then the M2-6413/M3-4663 lands again at Andrews JNAF.
The other planes in the second contextual part of the video which are marked by various lightgreen colors are the planes transponding military M2 codes. The planes marked by various darkgreen colors are the planes which are transponding civil M3 codes only, but are confirmed to be bound from and/or to various military airports.
Please note that the identification of the airtraffic bound from or to military bases is just preliminary result of longlasting complex research into 84Rades radar data which is still pending.
It is interesting that besides the above planes from Andrews JNAF (the closest military airbase to Pentagon) we can also find a simmilar formation of planes taking off from McGuire AFB (the closest military airbase to New York, NY) - already at ~8:03 EDT just after the "AA11" allegedly took off from Boston. The planes almost encounter both "AA11" and "UA175", then do long trip north and back south and later land back at McGuire AFB*.
A question rises whether this planes indeed are fighterjets - as it very much looks from their flawless maneuvering in formations, from the prompt avoiding radar/disguising in the river valleys or from the fact that one of them most probably later joins the fighters patroling Pentagon - and if positive, then why they were sent so far south and north respectively - it should be noted that it was relatively long before the 9/11 attacks on the respective close targets happened, and why they weren't used to stop the allegedly hijacked planes before they reached their targets.
*According to further research of the later 84Rades radar data (in fact I have raw 84Rades datasets which end 24:00 UTC) not covered in the picture linked - the M2-4171 and the nontransponding plane which later starts transponding the M2-0700 land there at ~11:23 EDT and the another plane they fly with - the M3-1545 - possibly a tanker - lands there much later at ~14:20 EDT - after more than 6 hours of being in the air - and possibly meanwhile refuels also the fighters which patrol Boston.