Location Video Of Pentagon Streets And Highways

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 and also of course how fast it would happen. 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 carried out.

CIT Jettin' Crosstown

Cruise down Columbia Pike to Route 27 northbound and then back south on Route 27 again.

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.

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.

Great stuff CIT...

will be sure to check them out...

Have you seen the below short clip before, with a plane flying over the river (I'm not sure of the exact location)...

Not sure if it's of interest to you, but it mentions what floors the Army Budget Office was on (2nd) and the NEW Navy Operations Center (1st).

Anyway, best wishes and thanks for the info and research you guys do...


Link : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gT3QC17WAms

HQ Download : http://www.megaupload.com/?d=6TADT9QT


The Pentagon fireball was awful small

Compared to the fireballs of the Twin Towers.

Senior 9/11 Bureau Chief, Analyst, Correspondent, Principle Investigator, Forensic 9/11ologist

It doesn't matter what people are saying, as long as they are talking about you. — Denny Crane

Bring back the 80's! — Nuke the Gay Iranian Whales!

I was right, which doesn't count for much

around here, too much of the time. What is up with people with speaking out against the truth, reality and correctness around here? That makes all of us look bad. And why aren't people speaking out against people doing that?

Anyway, I made the comment in another blog post reply awhile back that the streets around there are public roadways, and at least one person said I was wrong, that it was like driving on a military post.

They were wrong and I was right.

But the CIT people, who supposedly know the area, did not defend me and say that I was right. (in fact, they said or implied or let it be implied that the area is a "controlled area" and not a public roadway — because it bolstered their "the downed light poles were planted theory")

If people don't start respecting the truth and reality more, and speaking up for it, it can only hurt our cause and the movement.

Senior 9/11 Bureau Chief, Analyst, Correspondent, Principle Investigator, Forensic 9/11ologist

It doesn't matter what people are saying, as long as they are talking about you. — Denny Crane

Bring back the 80's! — Nuke the Gay Iranian Whales!

defend you?

I never said it was a military post.

I said it was "highly secure" and under the jurisdiction of the Pentagon police who have federal authority which is 100% true. I made the point that the president traveled from there the day before and was scheduled to arrive there at noon on 9/11 which meant that the Secret Service or CIA had an excuse to do whatever they wanted to "secure" the area which is also 100% true.

Your way of diminishing that perfectly relevant and correct point was to simply say that they are "public roadways" which is quite irrelevant.

So there is little reason to "defend" a completely irrelevant point that was only brought up to erroneously cast doubt on my perfectly relevant and true point in the first place.

Although I do recall stating that they are public roads after all so if you go back and read the thread you will see that.


Good work, CIT gang! It has

Good work, CIT gang! It has been difficult to explain to folks how the road-level topography near the Pentagon obscures far more than many people believe. Most just look at the colored lines on a map and assume that sight lines are wide open for drivers in the immediate vicinity.

Unless a driver had been expecting the hit (no element of surprise), while sitting in a convertible (no overhead obstruction), and had foreknowledge of the flight path, he/she would have been hard pressed to testify to what happened with any specificity.

I spoke with one woman who claimed to have seen Flight 77 hit the Pentagon from her office window. Under questioning, she admitted that what she actually saw was the explosion and smoke cloud, but her mind had filled in the visual gaps with what she later learned "happened." As it turned out, her office window faced in the wrong direction anyway. Suggestion is a powerful thing.


Most of the witnesses saw the plane and perhaps the explosion but very few would be in a position to see the alleged impact.

People who were deceived into deducing the impact are quite regularly cited as witnesses who "saw the plane hit the Pentagon" even if they couldn't see the Pentagon at all from their location.

That's why we have made it our mission to confirm every published witness and find new ones.

We thought it was important to show everyone the area to help them understand what it's really like out there.


p.s. Sorry we didn't get to meet you when we were in town!