The final straw that broke the pilot,s back.
First off this is my opinion ONLY!! Let me digress for a moment..
After looking upon this topic from the beginning and discussing it in lengths with highly qualified pilots around the world it seems that NO-ONE has
offered any evidence to back up that the Pentagon attack was successfully achieved by an amateur pilot flying an unfamiliar aircraft at an impossibly
low level with zero casualties suffered by bystanders.
"It is an old maxim of mine that when you have excluded the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."
No Shhhh, Sherlock!!!
It would be almost impossible to ascertain if it was a bomb planted as security cleanups would spirit any such evidence away faster than you could say
so unfortunately that course of investigation is not open to us....
Imagine this though..
You are one of the few experienced pilots in the USAF left on the ground due to the highly unlikely co-incidence of a drill regarding the very same
scenario that has just transpired..
1)You get reports of the first hijacking(which is a high alert in itself warranting scramble)
2)You may in fact query the lack of command for an interception
3)You are now receiving reports of further hijackings and must now be aware that something very unnusual is taking place
4)You are finally scrambled as the first impact has occurred..
Wouldn,t you be a little anxious and want to take down the other planes as it is now SCREAMINGLY obvious what is happening/going to happen regarding
the other hijacked planes.
At having a top speed imposed upon you that would make it impossible to reach the second WTC plane??Angry???
What about feeling furious at the denial of an interception request after the second impact regarding the remaining planes??
Maybe outraged/hysterical at an order to take down a plane where it seems that the passengers are about to break through into one planes cockpit and
have a VERY small chance(but a chance nontheless) or regaining control?
Where would you go to vent your anger??
The very top of the command chain maybe??
It,s pretty obvious that an overwhelming betrayal by the command chain you have worked years for is going to leave you with a complete loss of purpose
and a sense of futility..Both depressive states which have cost numerous cases of suicide..
Again I must repeat.This is my point of view solely..
DID A USAF PILOT SNAP????