According to the “official story”, we were told that American Airlines Flight 77 (Boeing 757) crashed into the E ring of the Pentagon. However, the USG has never released clear video footage of this event happening. This does not mean a Boeing did not crash into Pentagon, it just means we have never seen it. Let’s review what happened at the Pentagon.
Pentagon Attack Photos


9/11 Pentagon Eyewitness Accounts



Pentagon 9/11 – The first hour – PART 1/9
Part 2/9
Part 3/9
Part 4/9
Part 5/9
Part 6/9
Part 7/9
Part 8/9
Part 9/9
Pentagon on 9/11: Never Aired


@0:17 – Good shot of Generator on fire
@3:52 – The blue tarped tent.
@4:26 – Interesting aerial view from helicopter.
@4:32 – Line up of people on the lawn.
@6:10 – No site of the downed light poles from this angle.
@6:46 – little damage to the left of the hole.
@7:15 – Size comparison to the jeep like vehicle.
@7:53 – Stool with open book on it.
9/11 Pentagon Aftermath Before Collapse Shot From VA-27 Columbia Pike Rock Bridge Overpass

– Lots of traffic after 2 mins.
– Camera man says he saw plane coming in, another man confirms (4:37)
– Close up (6:03)
– Zoom in on hole before they start spraying (8:18)
– Not a mark on the lawn, generator hit, spools still standing. (8:20)
– No debis on the lawn (9:03)
– Lt Robert Medairos (10:31)
Witness D.C. 9/11 (45 mins)

@13:56… is that John Kerry?
@14:13…. Bob Graham was at the WH that morning
@14:50 ….. why cut the recording as we hear a jet fly by. Using planes as weapons.
@15:01… Boom
@21:09 you see April Gallop lying on the ground while the man in white shirt is holding her baby.
@28:52… who ordered the sand piles?
@31:14…. Rick Renzi is lying.
@32:30 ….. Two AA airplanes missing…..
@34:00 …. who is this crazy guy? lol
@38:15…. Fire fighter says they pulled us out of here three different times.
@39:00 Same fire fighter says he never saw any bodies the first three times in.
@40:20 – Inside the inner C Ring, water flooded the ring. We see a pile of debris and have no idea where it came from.number on that part?
@41:00 – Can you make out the serial
@42:30 – “… and bodies are almost unrecognizable…..” Fire fighter.


It just so happens that Pentagon renovations were recently done in the exact spot where “Flight 77” impacted. This area housed the office of Naval Intelligence’s Accounting Department investigating the missing $2.3 trillion that was reported by Rumsfeld on September 10th, 2001. Well ain’t that a coincidence. Lets look at the evidence.



Where The Pentagon Was Hit


Renovations were recently done to the Pentagon in the exact spot where “Flight 77” Impacted.

Pentagon Renovation

“The renovation program included the following improvements to the building:

Exterior walls reinforced with steel
Exterior walls backed with Kevlar
Blast-resistant windows installed
Fire sprinklers installed
Automatic fire doors installed
Building operations and control center created”

“On September 11, 2001, a Boeing 757 airplane struck the Pentagons Wedge 1 on an angle and penetrated into an interior office ring in Wedge 2. Wedge 1 was just five days from completion, but the plane impacted areas that were only partially occupied.” (Page ii)
The Pentagon Renovations Completed on 9/11/2001

“Luck — if it can be called that — had it that the terrorists aimed the Boeing 757 at the only part of the Pentagon that already had been renovated in an 11-year, $1.3 billion project meant to bolster it against attack. That significantly limited the damage and loss of life by slowing the plane as it tore through the building and reducing the explosion’s reach.” – USA Today (1/01/02)

“Most of those killed in the office, called Resource Services Washington, were civilian accountants, bookkeepers and budget analysts. They were at their desks when American Airlines Flight 77 struck.” – South Coast Today/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (12/20/01)
“Where the plane came in was really at the CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE,” says Jack Singleton, president of Singleton Electric Co. Inc., Gaithersburg MD, the Wedge One electrical subcontractor.
Nicholas Holland, an engineer with AMEC Construction Management of Bethesda, Md., had spent the last two years working to reinforce the walls. Two summers ago, a blast wall of reinforced steel and concrete was installed right where the plane hit.
Excerpts from an interview with Captain Allan Lindsley, who was a Physicians Assistant for Emergency Medical Services at Dewitt Army Community Hospital, Ft. Belvoir, VA.

“I was told that that was because of the new construction that they were doing and fire walls had been put in. You could tell that to the right the structural integrity was much better. To the left is where they were really having to do a lot of shoring up of the building. To the right there was more steel, and to the left there wasn’t as much steel in it. So they’ve been replacing that.”
Blast Resistant Windows

“A blast-resistant window must be designed to resist a force significantly higher than a hurricane that’s hitting instantaneously,” says Ken Hays, executive vice president of Masonry Arts, the Bessemer, Ala., company that designed, manufactured and installed the Pentagon windows. Some were knocked out of the walls by the crash and the outer ring’s later collapse. “They were not designed to receive wracking seismic force,” Hays notes. “They were designed to take in inward pressure from a blast event, which apparently they did: [Before the collapse] the blinds were still stacked neatly behind the window glass.”
Suspiciously, in the months leading up to 9/11, Wedge 1 of the Pentagon had just undergone a $258 million refurbishment, exactly where AA Flight 77 impacted that building… This work was performed by a very interesting company called “AMEC Construction” which, oddly, was also hired to help clean up Ground Zero.

Some more detailed reading on the subject:
The Small World of 9/11 Players: LS2, Vidient, and AMEC
Renovation to Revolution: Was the Pentagon Attacked from Within?
“In Washington, Pentagon officials were still assessing the damage and the fire was still burning nearly seven hours after the building was hit. At press time there were no details about injuries and fatalities.

The impact was between the newly renovated Wedge I and the about-to-be-renovated Wedge II, according to an aide in the Pentagon’s Renovation Office. Wedge I “did hold up,” the aide says.

…The U.S. Dept. of Defense’s 6.5-million-sq-ft headquarters, built as a temporary structure 58 years ago, was not constructed with fire-resistant or bomb-resistant materials. The overdue, multiyear renovation includes technologically advanced materials designed to ward off severe damage from such attacks (ENR 9/4/00 p. 58).

…The adjacent renovated section appeared to have less damage, likely because of the reinforced glass windows and firewalls used in the renovation that was completed less than a year ago.”
“One year after the attacks, MSNBC’s Ashleigh Banfield mused, “It’s ironic says Pentagon Renovation Manager Lee Evey that the hijacked airliner smashed into the very area of the Pentagon that had just undergone a renovation to strengthen the building against a terrorist attack. The death toll could have been much worse. Evey said the hijacked aircraft hit a portion of the building that had been renovated and reinforced with blast resistant windows, a special reinforced steel construction, and even fire-resistant Kevlar cloth.”?(September 9, 2002 Monday TRANSCRIPT: # 090901cb.467)
“Further, due to the recent renovations, the new walls of the section
were reinforced with steel. It had blast-resistant windows and ballistic cloth
to catch shrapnel.12 It also occurred to me that if the hijacked plane had hit
the other side of the building, near the river entrance, a section that had not
been renovated, much of the senior civilian and military leadership of the
Department would undoubtedly have been killed.” Donald Rumsfeld’s book “Known
and Unknown.” Pg 337.
Recently Reinforced Section Hit
Phoenix Project

“The Phoenix Project was the name given to the project to repair the damage to the Pentagon caused when American Airlines Flight 77 crashed into the building during the September 11, 2001 attacks.”
Examples of Blast Resistant Windows

As you can see in these experiments, Blast Resistant windows can take a lot of force and yet not show any signs of damage. That’s their purpose.


It turns out that “Flight 77” struck the Office of Naval Intelligence, which was where auditors and accountants had been investigating the “unaccounted” $2.3 Trillion.

Where The Pentagon Was Hit
The Pentagon Attack: Why Was the Office of Naval Intelligence Targeted?
“One Army office in the Pentagon lost 34 of its 65 employees in the attack. Most of those killed in the office, called Resource Services Washington, were civilian accountants, bookkeepers and budget analysts. They were at their desks when American Airlines Flight 77 struck the building.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Dec. 20, 2001
“By the end of the day, September 12, The Headquarters Department for the Army (HQDA) was back online, due to the exceptional work of the NetCentrics team. Many of our staff were recognized with civilian awards for their efforts to restore critical information systems for the Army. While most of our work isn’t as daunting or as dangerous, we constantly go above and beyond to ensure our clients can do the important work that they need to do. ”
Who was Killed in the 9/11/01 Attack on the Pentagon

Honoring the Victims (DoD)
ARMY [Most appear to be auditors working on Pentagon missing $2.3 Trillion Budget Analyst]

Lt. Col. Dean E. Matteson, executive officer for the Army Information Management Support Center 57, California U.S. Army ,
Lt. Gen. Timothy J. Maude, 53, Fort Myer, Virginia deputy chief of staff for personnel, U.S. Army ,
Lt. Col. David M. Scales, 45, Cleveland, Ohio U.S. Army ,
Lt. Col. Canfield D. Boone, 54, Clifton, Virginia ,U.S. Army ,
Lt. Col. Jerry Don Dickerson, 41, operations research and systems analysis Durant, Mississippi U.S. Army ,
Lt. Col. Dennis M. Johnson, 48, Port Edwards, Wisconsin U.S. Army
Lt. Col. Stephen Neil Hyland, 45, Burke, Virginia personnel issues, U.S. Army ,
(Retired) Lt. Col. Gary F. Smith, 55, Alexandria, Virginia civilian employee, U.S. Army
Karl W. Teepe, Centreville, Virginia,[LTC Army Ret. Budget analyst, Army Defense Intelligency Agency.]
Maj. Kip P. Taylor, 38, McLean, Virginia adjutant general’s corps, U.S. Army
Lt. Col. Karen Wagner, 40, Texas U.S. Army
Maj. Clifford L. Patterson, 33, Alexandria, Virginia U.S. Army
Maj. Wallace Cole Hogan, 40, Florida, General’s aide, U.S. Army
Maj. Steve Long, 39, Georgia U.S. Army ,
Maj. Ronald D. Milam, 33, Washington, D.C. assistant to the Secretary, U.S. Army
Spc. Craig Amundson, 28, Fort Belvoir, Virginia multimedia illustrator for deputy chief of staff of personnel, U.S. Army,
Sgt. First Class Jose Calderon, 44, Puerto Rico, U.S. Army
Angelene C. Carter, 51, Forrestville, Maryland, accountant, U.S. Army
Spc. Craig Amundson, 28, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, multimedia illustrator for deputy chief of staff of personnel, U.S. Army ,
(Retired) Master Sgt. Max Beilke, 69, Laurel, Maryland, civilian employee, U.S. Army ,
Sharon Carver, 38, Waldorf, Maryland, accountant, U.S. Army ,
John J. Chada, 55, Manassas, Virginia, civilian employee, U.S. Army ,
Rosa Maria (Rosemary) Chapa, 64, Springfield, Virginia, Defense Intelligence Agency ,
Ada Davis, 57, Camp Springs, Maryland accountant, U.S. Army
Amelia V. Fields, 36, Dumfries, Virginia civilian employee, U.S. Army ,
Cortz Ghee, 54, Reisterstown, Maryland, budget analyst, U.S. Army ,
Brenda C. Gibson, 59, Falls Church, Virginia budgeting and accounting, U.S. Army ,
Ron Golinski, 60, Columbia, Maryland civilian employee, U.S. Army ,
Diane M. Hale-McKinzy, 38, Alexandria, Virginia civilian employee, U.S. Army ,
Carolyn B. Halmon, 49, Washington, D.C. budget analyst, U.S. Army ,
Sheila Hein, 51, University Park, Maryland civilian employee, U.S. Army ,
Jimmie Ira Holley, 54, Lanham, Maryland accountant ,
Peggie Hurt, 36, Crewe, Virginia accountant, U.S. Army ,
Sgt. Maj. Lacey B. Ivory, 43, Woodbridge, Virginia U.S. Army ,
Carrie Blagburn, 48, Temple Hills, Maryland, civilian budget analyst, U.S. Army ,
Martha Reszke, 36, Stafford, Virginia budget analyst, U.S. Army ,
Brenda Kegler, 49, Washington, D.C. budget analyst, U.S. Army ,
David W. Laychak, 40, Manassas, Virginia civilian budget analyst, U.S. Army ,
Samantha Lightbourn-Allen, 36, Hillside, Maryland budget analyst, U.S. Army ,
Shelley A. Marshall, 37, Marbury, Maryland budget analyst, Defense Intelligence Agency ,
Teresa Martin, 45, Stafford, Virginia civilian employee, U.S. Army ,
Ada L. Mason, 50, Springfield, Virginia civilian employee, U.S. Army ,
Robert J. Maxwell, 53, Manassas, Virginia civilian employee, U.S. Army ,
Molly McKenzie, 38, Dale City, Virginia [b]budget analyst[/b], U.S. Army
Edna L. Stephens, 53, Washington, D.C.budget analyst, U.S. Army
Patricia E. (Patti) Mickley, 41, Springfield, Virginia financial manager, Defense Department ,
Robert E. Russell, 52, Oxon Hill, Maryland civilian budgetary supervisor, U.S. Army ,
Antoinette Sherman, 35, Forest Heights, Maryland budget analyst, U.S. Army,
Odessa V. Morris, 54, Upper Marlboro, Maryland budget analyst, U.S. Army ,
Ted Moy, 48, Silver Spring, Maryland program manager, U.S. Army ,
Diana B. Padro, 55, Woodbridge, Virginia accountant, U.S. Army ,
Spc. Chin Sun Pak, 25, Oklahoma U.S. Army ,
Deborah Ramsaur, 45, Annandale, Virginia civilian employee, U.S. Army ,
Rhonda Rasmussen, 44, Woodbridge, Virginia civilian employee, U.S. Army ,
Cecelia E. Richard, 41, Fort Washington, Maryland accounting technician, U.S. Army ,
Edward V. Rowenhorst, 32, Lake Ridge, Virginia civilian accountant, U.S. Army ,
Judy Rowlett, 44, Woodbridge, Virginia civilian employee, U.S. Army ,
William R. Ruth, 57, Maryland Chief Warrant Officer 4th Class, U.S. Army ,
Charles E. Sabin, 54, Burke, Virginia civilian employee, Defense Intelligence Agency
Marjorie C. Salamone, 53, Springfield, Virginia budget program analyst, U.S. Army ,
Janice Scott, 46, Springfield, Virginia civilian Budget Analyst, U.S. Army ,
Michael L. Selves, 53, Fairfax, Virginia information management support center director, U.S. Army ,
Marian Serva, 47, Stafford, Virginia civilian employee, U.S. Army
Don Simmons, 58, Dumfries, Virginia civilian employee, U.S. Army
Cheryle D. Sincock, 53, Dale City, Virginia administrative assistant, U.S. Army
Patricia J. Statz, 41, Takoma Park, Maryland civilian employee, U.S. Army
Sgt. Maj. Larry Strickland, 52, Woodbridge, Virginia, senior adviser on personnel issues to the Joint Chiefs of Staff, U.S. Army
Sandra Taylor, 50, Alexandria, Virginia civilian employee, U.S. Army
Sgt. Tamara Thurman, 25, Brewton, Alabama classified employee, U.S. Army
Willie Q. Troy, 51, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, program analyst, U.S. Army
Meta Waller, 60, Alexandria, Virginia programs specialist, U.S. Army
Staff Sgt. Maudlyn A. White, 38, St. Croix, Virgin Islands U.S. Army
Sandra L. White, 44, Dumfries, Virginia civilian employee, U.S. Army
Maj. Dwayne Williams, 40, Jacksonville, Alabama U.S. Army
Lisa Young, 36, Germantown, Maryland civilian employee, U.S. Army


Capt. Gerald Francis Deconto, 44, Sandwich, Massachusetts director of current operations and plans (was organizing the Navy’s response to the WTC attack when he was killed as a key witness to inside job) U.S. Navy
Capt. Lawrence Daniel Getzfred, 57, Elgin, Nebraska, Navy Command Center U.S. Navy ,
Capt. Robert Edward Dolan, 43, Florham Park, New Jersey, head of strategy and concepts branch, U.S. Navy ,
(Retired) Capt. Jack Punches, 51, Clifton, Virginia, civilian employee, U.S. Navy , (heading the Navy’s counter-drug operations NOTE CIA / Iran/Contra Affair and the governments continued drug running and reestablishment of heroin poppy growth in Afghanistan)
Cmdr. Dan Frederic Shanower, 40, Naperville, Illinois, Naval Operations, U.S. Navy,
Cmdr. Robert Allan Schlegel, 38, Gray, Maine, U.S. Navy ,
Cmdr. William Howard Donovan, 37, Nunda, New York, Naval Operations U.S. Navy,
Cmdr. Patrick S. Dunn, 39, Fords, New Jersey surface warfare officer, U.S. Navy ,
Lt. Cmdr. Otis Vincent Tolbert, 38, Lemoore, California, Navy Intelligence officer, U.S. Navy ,
Lt. Cmdr. Ronald James Vauk, 37, Nampa, Idaho watch commander, U.S. Navy ,
Lt. Cmdr. Eric Allen Cranford, 32, Drexel, North Carolina, U.S. Navy
Lt. Cmdr. Robert Randolph Elseth, 37, Vestal, New York, U.S. Navy
Lt. Cmdr. Eric Allen Cranford, 32, Drexel, North Carolina, U.S. Navy
Lt. Cmdr. Patrick Jude Murphy, 38, Flossmoor, Illinois U.S. Navy ,
Lt. Jonas Martin Panik, 26, Mingoville, Pennsylvania, Navy Intelligence officer,U.S. Navy ,
Lt. Michael Scott Lamana, 31, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Naval Command Center, U.S. Navy ,
Lt. J.G. Darin Howard Pontell, 26, Columbia, Maryland Navy Intelligence officer U.S. Navy,
Gerard (Jerry) P. Moran, 39, Upper Marlboro, Maryland engineering contractor, U.S. Navy ,
James Lynch, 55, Manassas, Virginia, civilian employee, U.S. Navy ,
Nehamon Lyons, 30, Mobile, Alabama, Naval operations specialist second class, U.S. Navy
Angela Houtz, 27, La Plata, Maryland civilian employee, U.S. Navy ,
Brady K. Howell, 26, Arlington, Virginia management intern for chief of intelligence, U.S. Navy ,
Gregg Harold Smallwood, 44, Overland Park, Kansas chief information systems technician, U.S. Navy ,
Ronald John Hemenway, 37, Shawnee, Kansas electronics technician first class, U.S. Navy ,
Edward Thomas Earhart, 26, Salt Lick, Kentucky aerographer’s mate first class, U.S. Navy ,
Matthew Michael Flocco, 21, Newark, Delaware aerographer’s mate second class, U.S. Navy ,
Johnnie Doctor, 32, Jacksonville, Florida information systems technician first class, U.S. Navy ,
Jamie Lynn Fallon, 23, Woodbridge, Virginia storekeeper third class, U.S. Navy ,
Julian Cooper, 39, Springdale, Maryland Navy contractor ,
Marvin Woods, 58, Great Mills, Maryland Navy contractor,
Kevin Wayne Yokum, 27, Lake Charles, Louisiana information systems technician second class, U.S. Navy ,
Donald McArthur Young, 41, Roanoke, Virginia chief information systems technician, U.S. Navy ,
Melissa Rose Barnes, 27, Redlands, California Naval Operations Tele.yeoman second class, U.S. Navy
Kris Romeo Bishundat, 23, Waldorf, Maryland information systems technician second class, U.S. Navy ,
Christopher Lee Burford, 23, Hubert, N.C. Naval Operations,electronics technician third class, U.S. Navy
Daniel Martin Caballero, 21, Houston, Texas electronics technician third class, U.S. Navy ,
Judith Jones, 53, Woodbridge, Virginia civilian employee, U.S. Navy,
Brian Anthony Moss, 34, Sperry, Oklahoma electronics technician second class, U.S. Navy ,
Khang Nguyen, 41, Fairfax, Virginia Navy contractor ,
Michael Allen Noeth, 30, New York, New York illustrator/draftsman second class, U.S. Navy ,
Joseph John Pycior, 39, Carlstadt, New Jersey aviation warfare systems operator first class, U.S. Navy ,
Marsha Dianah Ratchford, 34, Prichard, Alabama information systems technician first class, U.S. Navy ,

[Other victims-=-white-collar Pentagon Consultants, no construction crew workers are found among the victims]

Donna Bowen, 42 ,Pentagon communications representative, Verizon Communications
Gerald P. Fisher, 57, Potomac, Maryland Booz-Allen & Hamilton Inc., .[ Sr. mgmt consultant]
Sandra N. Foster, 41, Clinton, Maryland [civilian employee, Defense Intelligence Agency ]
Robert J. Hymel, Woodbridge, Virginia, civilian management analyst
Edmond Young, 22, Owings, Maryland, BTG Inc. [[Software, Info Svces]
Ernest M. Willcher, 62, North Potomac, Maryland Booz-Allen & Hamilton Inc.[ Sr. mgmt consultant]
Terrance M. Lynch, 49, Alexandria, Virginia consultant, Booz-Allen & Hamilton Inc. .[ Sr. mgmt consultant]
Allen Boyle, 30, Fredericksburg,[Defense contractor] Virginia
Scott Powell, 35, Silver Spring, Maryland BTG Inc. [[Software, Info Svces]


Why wasn’t Donald Rumsfeld (The Secretary of Defense) in his office protecting and coordinating response to the “terrorist attacks”. Instead he was on the Pentagon lawn helping the wounded while “America was under attack”.




FBI FOIPA: Damage at the Pentagon After the Rescue Efforts and Clean-Up (Clip 1 of 2)

FBI FOIPA: Pentagon Damage After the Recovery and Clean-Up Work (Clip 2 of 2)
Pentagon Cleanup 2010 NIST FOIA

9/11 Pentagon Aftermath Damage Video from Heliport FBI FOIA Release
9/11 Pentagon Aftermath Exterior Damage After Debris Removal

9/11 Inside Pentagon Aftermath After Debris Removal (Part 2 of 2)
Pentagon damage from sky (FOX5, 9/11)
NE418 FOIA release – Pentagon witness to plane
9/11 Pentagon Damage – Good Quality Raw Stock Footage
Pentagon 9/11 footage – rare clips
Pentagon Plane Crash Witness Terri Cohen
9/11 Pentagon amateur Footage Repost
New Pentagon Footage – Tourist On Roadway Tape 2
DEA HQ Roof Camera 9/11/2001
———– – Unseen Pentagon Footage WTC 911 wnplus
9/11 Amateur footage from Pentagon (FOIA, 1a_1a60265.mpg) – Part 1
Part 2





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