A big part of the Pentagon attack misconception is that "thousands" in the area would be able to see the entire event go down.
Nothing could be farther from the truth primarily due to the complex topography.
In fact there are very few areas at all where you would be able to see the alleged "impact" and most who would be able to see the plane at all would
only see it for about a split second.
The flyover would be concealed by the massive fireball and smoke plume as it cranked and banked upriver disguised as normal flight traffic out of
Reagan that you can see regularly in the area as well as in the following footage.
CIT brings you to all of the surrounding areas to show you what it looks like for real.
The following series of location shots are invaluable for people trying to get familiar with the area in order to understand how this deception was
CIT Jettin' Crosstown
Cruise down Columbia Pike to Route 27 northbound and then back south on Route 27 again. Part 1
Here we bring you on 395 to 27 northbound regular and HOV lanes, 395 to DC via 14th Street Bridge, and 110 south to Crystal City in front of the
DoubleTree Hotel. Part 2
Take a look at the view on 395 south on the 14th St. Bridge from DC, GW Pkwy south to the Pentagon lagoon, GW Pkwy north to Rosslyn, around the Navy
Annex, and some amazing footage from the Air Force Memorial. Part 3
Here are some exclusive location images that we risked federal detention to bring back for you. Please credit CIT with a link to our website if you
use them anywhere. Thanks.
Best view of Pentagon and flight path from Arlington Cemetery. (where Keith Wheelhouse claims he was)
It would be impossible to see the alleged impact at all, doubtful he could see the plane on the official flight path at all, and he would have only
seen the plane on the north side flight path for about a second as it banked over the navy annex.
He claims he saw the plane for about 60 seconds with a C-130 shadowing it and that the C-130 banked away just after the Sheraton (which you can only
see the very top of).
I snuck around behind he storage buildings at Arlington Cemetery and got these awesome shots of the CITGO, Pentagon, and bridge.
And here are some shots from up on the Air Force memorial:
I used to live in Rosslyn across the street from the Iwa Jima Memorial and could see the Pentagon from my window (highrise condos). I have a zillion
pictures (somewhere packed up) but not digital .
I was curious...you said:
Here are some exclusive location images that we risked federal detention to bring back for you.
What did you mean by that? I used to walk over there and take pictures all the time - almost every day. Although I havent been there since 2001 - are
you not allowed to take pictures of Arlington Cemetary or the Pentagon anymore?
They will quickly detain anyone taking pictures of the Pentagon.
PARTICULARLY from the former CITGO which is a military exchange that is not open to the public.
Naturally it's not illegal but if they see you taking pictures or video and deem it "suspicious" you will be detained.
The first time we tried getting video footage of the area with Dylan Avery we were detained in 30 seconds and our tape was confiscated and they
deleted all the images off my camera.
It seemed to be OK to film at Arlington Cemetery but I am certain that if they noticed me sneaking around the back reaching over the fence to get
images of the Pentagon and CITGO that they would have detained me.
Filming the Pentagon from Washington Blvd is just asking for trouble.
We had to risk it for research, truth, and justice.
This content community relies on user-generated content from our member contributors. The opinions of our members are not those of site ownership who maintains strict editorial agnosticism and simply provides a collaborative venue for free expression.