Boeing demonstrates Remote Control of F-16's

Boeing has publicly demonstrated Remote Control technology in F-16's, one of the hardest aircraft to fly.

Boeing publicly patented Anti-Terrorism Auto-Land (ATAL) technology in 2006 for its (easier to fly) 757/767 passenger jets. ATAL would have been under confidential development in 2001.
A fully integrated flight management computer system (FMCS) provides for automatic guidance and control of the 757-200 from immediately after takeoff to final approach and landing.

The first RC of an aircraft was at a 1937 air show by Ross Hull and Clinton DeSoto. Think of how computers have advanced since 1937.

The numbers 757 and 767 do not appear on Wikipedia's list of hijackings. They may have been hijack proof for years.

The Boeing jets could have been under RC Take Over (RCTO) with Pilot Lock Out of Navigation and Communication (PLOONAC) at the time of the crashes on 9/11. RCTO is indistinguishable to any observer (outside the planes) from the official hijacker story (same flight path, radar signal, crash debris, DNA evidence, etc.) and must be investigated as a possibility.

Boeing archive of 757 page

Boeing has removed the page about the 757-200 from its web site, but it is still viewable at:
and the "Way Back Machine":

Remote Control Take Over (RCTO) provides the best alternative explanation of 9/11. Using the original planes provides the perfect crash debris and DNA evidence to blame human hijackers.

A plane taken over by an Anti-Terrorism Auto Land System (ATALS) looks like a plane taken over by hijackers. Except a jet taken over by remote control would fly faster, more accurately, and crash into buildings without hesitation. The first remote controlled plane was in 1937. Boeing filed a patent on 2/19/2003, and publicly announced it 11/28/2006. This possible explanation for 9/11/2001 should be investigated.

Patent 7,142,971 Files: February 19, 2003
The Boeing Company (Chicago, IL)
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office


One of the Kennedys was killed in a military operation involving automated planes.
"In 1944, Joseph Kennedy Jr. (older brother of JFK) took off from a British airfield in a B-24 Liberator filled with 20,000 pounds of explosives. He'd volunteered for the mission."
Operation aphrodites was one of the earliest uses of a military drone.

Also relevant was Clinton's decision to remove the inbuilt inaccuracy of guidance systems outside of the military.
"In May 2000, at the direction of President Bill Clinton, the U.S government discontinued its use of Selective Availability in order to make GPS more responsive to civil and commercial users worldwide."

I had forgotten about the Kennedy drone incident until I read your post here and it reminded me.

Operation Aphrodite 1940's Remote Control Airplane as Bomb

Operation Aphrodite' was the World War II code name of a secret USAAF program that began in 1944. Pilotless aircraft packed with explosives were remotely controlled into their targets.

Just a small piece of evidence that the technology for remote controlled flying has been around for decades.

As a kid - I am not sure if

As a kid - I am not sure if still in primary school (4th grad, age 9 or 10) or early in secondary school (aged 10-12) my best friend and I discussed 3/4 in earnest tu build a RC plane large enough to carry our dearest plush animals. The plan never came to fruition, but not because technology didn't exist, but because we were short on cash.

RC vehicles (planes, boats, buggy cars) were a bit of a fad then (late 70s). There is still a small RC airfield just a few miles from my home.