Pilots For Truth Welcomes Captain Russ Wittenberg

I spoke with Capt Wittenberg the other night on the phone. We had a wonderful conversation and he wants to be part of our group.

Sofia (Producer, 9/11 Mysteries) has been trying to get us out to the AZ conference for the past few weeks making contact with Kent. However, Kent has been overwhelmed with working on the conference and removing the possible controversy surrounding the event. We look forward to attending, but still waiting to hear and work out the details. If we do attend, Russ will be there with me to represent our organization and speaking about issues regarding 9/11.

Capt Wittenberg qualifications and experience are as follows....
Captain Russ Wittenberg (ret)
30,000+ Total Flight Time
707, 727, 737, 747, 757, 767, 777
Pan Am, United
United States Air Force (ret)
Over 100 Combat Missions Flown
Has time in:
- N591UA (Aircraft dispatched as United 93)
- N612UA (Aircraft dispatched as United 175)


Welcome Russ! Its great to have you on the team!


Thanks Rob

And tell Russ thanks as well.Tell him to stop into
9/11Blogger and say hi

I like your work, but I

I like your work, but I wonder if you could summarize it in a single document with less jargon (or at least more explanation for what the jargon means) and perhaps more use of comparison for the layman? I don't understand any of the piloting jargon, but it seems like you are making a decent case for discrepancies in the AA77 story. Can you write it up in a more "scholarly" way, perhaps with references to aviation journals and such?

I understand your concerns.

The film, Pandora's Black Box Chapter Two was put in laymens terms to a point (if we had to explain everything, we would enlose a full King Video course..
http://www.kingschools.com/) :-)

Unfortunately, we cannot cover everything in the simplest of terms otherwise it would be a VERY long film. We have to leave some research up to the viewer if they are unsure of what an altimeter is for example...

Google works well for this, or perhaps a few lessons at your local flight school.

You can also go to faa.gov and pick up the basic books in pdf format that every student pilot uses to study.

We did the best we could with the resources we have to explain this information to the average layman. If you have any certain questions on something specific, feel free to email us and we'll get back to you usually very quickly.

Again, our film does lay out the details in a way that the average layman can look up anything they may not understand.

Hope this helps...

Feel free to email us if you have any questions.