First, let me commend you for all the wonderful work you've done.
However, nobody is infallible. Your condemnation of those who do not believe that AA77 struck the Pentagon is off base.
I've done thousands of hours of research on 911. I knew that day, it was a false flag attack. So let me ask you, what makes you think you're more qualified than the people below?
Commander Ted Muga, BS CE, U.S. Navy (ret) – Retired Pan-Am commercial airline pilot. Commercial aircraft flown: Boeing 707 and 727. 7,500 total commercial hours flown. Retired Civil Engineer. Retired Naval aviator. Military aircraft flown: Grumman E-1 Tracer and E-2 Hawkeye. 3,800 total military hours flown.
Col. George Nelson, MBA, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Former U.S. Air Force aircraft accident investigator and airplane parts authority. Graduate, U.S. Air Force War College. 34-year Air Force career.
Lt. Col. Jeff Latas, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Former combat fighter pilot. Aerospace engineer. Currently Captain at a major airline. Combat experience includes Desert Storm and four tours of duty in Northern and Southern Watch. Aircraft flown: McDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle and General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark fighter/bomber. Former President, U.S. Air Force Accident Investigation Board.
Lt. Col. Guy S. Razer, MS Aeronautical Science, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Retired U.S. Air Force command fighter pilot. Former instructor; U.S. Air Force Fighter Weapons School and NATO’s Tactical Leadership Program.
Major General Albert Stubblebine, U.S. Army (ret) – Former Commanding General of U.S. Army Intelligence
Lt. Col. Karen U. Kwiatkowski, PhD, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Former Political-Military Affairs Officer in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. Also served on the staff of the Director of the National Security Agency. 20-year Air Force career.
Major Douglas Rokke, PhD, U.S. Army (ret) – Former Director U.S. Army Depleted Uranium Project. 30-year Army career. Instructor, undergraduate and graduate courses in environmental science, environmental engineering, nuclear physics, emergency management. Staff physicist at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for 19 years.
Capt. Russ Wittenberg, U.S. Air Force – Former U.S. Air Force fighter pilot with over 100 combat missions. Retired commercial pilot. Flew for Pan Am and United Airlines for 35 years. Aircraft flown: Boeing 707, 720, 727, 737, 747, 757, 767, and 777. 30,000+ total hours flown. Had previously flown the actual two United Airlines aircraft that were hijacked on 9/11 (Flight 93, which impacted in Pennsylvania, and Flight 175, the second plane to hit the WTC).
Capt. Daniel Davis, U.S. Army – Former U.S. Army Air Defense Officer and NORAD Tac Director. Decorated with the Bronze Star and the Soldiers Medal for bravery under fire and the Purple Heart for injuries sustained in Viet Nam. Also served in the Army Air Defense Command as Nike Missile Battery Control Officer for the Chicago-Milwaukee Defense Area.
Barbara Honegger, MS – Senior Military Affairs Journalist at the Naval Postgraduate School, the Department of Defense's advanced science, technology and national security affairs university (1995 - present). Graduate of the Naval War College master's program in National Security Decision Making (2001). Former White House Policy Analyst and Special Assistant to the Assistant to President Ronald Reagan (1981 - 1983).
April Gallop, Administrative Specialist, U.S. Army, and Elisha Gallop – Pentagon survivors. April suffered major injuries in the attack on the Pentagon, resulting in partial disability and medical discharge from the Army. Two-month old Elisha suffered head injuries causing hearing loss and developmental delays.
Col. Pierre-Henri Bunel, French Army (ret) – Army intelligence and artillery officer. Graduate of École Militaire of St. Cyr. Expert in the effects of artillery weapons and explosives. Served in the Gulf War as battlefield damage assessment officer and aide-de-camp to French General Michel Roquejoffre. Bunel was one of four French officers decorated by General Norman Schwarzkopf for service in the Gulf War. Also Served in French and NATO operations in Somalia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Yugoslavia. 24-year army career.
Steve DeChiaro – Pentagon survivor. Founder of DSCI, a defense contractor. Mr. DeChiaro was walking into the Pentagon's south parking lot entrance when the Pentagon was hit on 9/11. He immediately went to the impact area and started evacuating the injured and the dying. For his heroic efforts that day, Mr. DeChiaro was awarded the Medal of Valor, the Defense Department's highest civilian award for courage and valor.http://pilotsfor911truth.org/pentagon.html
Flight Data Recorder Analysis - Last Second of Data - 09:37:44 And now, let me ask you for any hard proof that AA77 hit the Pentagon.
According to a FOIA, There are no parts of any planes left. According to another FOIA, all reports on the testing allegedly done by the government that allegedly proved these planes were used in the attacks, NO LONGER EXIST.
So, we have MANY GENUINE EXPERTS, who completely disagree with you. And YOU HAVE ZERO PROOF. Shame on you. YOUR LITTLE DIAGRAMS AND YOUR "BELIEF" THAT IT WOULD BE CRAZY FOR THEM TO HAVE DONE THIS are completely as irrelevant as NIST's diagrams on the collapse of WTC7 proves.
Don't be like Mike Rivero. His ego is so gigantic he is simply incapable of admitting he's been wrong.
You need to back off attacking people who are eons more qualified to assess the Pentagon attack than you are.
I hope you continue your great work keeping in mind you are not "all knowing".