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Pentagon 911 enhanced attack photos

Clean cut building, no broken connecting steel gurters or rebar.
It appears that none of the concrete structure was connected to the collapsed part of the building.
Only wires and plumbing seem to be broken, and some minor damage to the walls face.

roof gable sagging about 1 foot ( post impact, but pre-collapse )

The black circle in the photo below shows point of impact.
This is before the collapse of the wall. Where are the wings, where is the plane?
Where is the damage to the wall from the wings (except a small indent in the blue circle, but this can be explained in that the floor underneath was damaged, and the whole section was about to collapse)
The bottom floor seems to have taken on much more damage than the second or third floors, which is where the wing should have hit. If the bottom floor is damaged more, then the plane would have had to hit low, if it did hit low, it would have damaged (or demolished) the cable reels.
If it totally disintegrated the pane, then why did it barely scratch the cable reels?

The lower support structures, or columbs in the picture above, shows that they seem to be pushed OUTWARD. If the planes wing hit them, one would expect them to be pushed IN.

The point of impact was just above and to the right of the persons head in the photo below.
The plane came in at an angle, and if it hit the ground AT ALL, it would have demolished the 4 cable spools in the photo below.

In the pic bleow, the cirlce shows the point of impact, it is obvious that a B oeing cannot fit into that hole. Use the windows ( arrows point to UNBROKEN windows) to get an idea of the relationship to the size of the hole.

Tail of plane should have hit above the impact hole, but clearly, there was no damage to the area above the hole.
The tail should have hit up to the third, or even fourth floor.
The windows are still intact at this point.
A Boeing 757 is about 20-25 ft wide (fuselage) about 150ft long and over 150ft wing tip to wing tip.
Where is the Plane ? It did not squeeze into that small hole shown. Given a standard 4ft wide window size the opening here is 16 to 18ft. (and YES this is only a guess, I do not have the actual size on hand), but go to your closest window and measure it.
The columns are about 10ft apart (give or take 1-2 inches). So this hole is no more than 20ft wide.
The columns on each side of the hole do NOT seem to be seriously damaged.
This is where the "wing root" would have hit. Probabally the strogest section of the plane

Notice no damage to the area above the hole where the tail section should have hit.
What happened to this tail section? It should have sheared off and fell to the ground at this point.
as you can see
here it did not.
close-ups of the pentagon area
(extreme hi res photos of the Pentagon wall and damage area)

Point of impact ( satalite view post 911)

Brown square on roof at point of impact (pre 911 sat view )

Central point of explosion. The gas tanks are located on the outer part of the wings of a Boeing 757 or 767.
The tanks are about 90ft apart. What caused the central explosion ? Why were there not two explosions on either side where the gas tanks were ?

The "F" above indicates the gas tanks (Fuel)

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