Pentagon 9-11 Footage – Another Plane

Update: This plane has been likely identified as the C-130 flown by Lt. Col. Steve O’ Brien.

I had not seen this, or I forgot that I had seen it. Either way, here it is for more to see.

A plane pops out of the smoke right around 1:55 into the first video. That was then magnefied and slowed in the second video.

From the Youtube account user:

 Shot from my car while driving north on I-395, September 11, 2001. I gave this footage to ABC News in DC later on that day, but I don’t believe they ever aired it. I just found the tape on which I had the original copy, and thought it was worth adding to the history of the day.

2 Responses to Pentagon 9-11 Footage – Another Plane

  1. […] putting a seperate video from the Pentagon on 9/11 that I know many people still have not seen, the original post can be seen here. […]

  2. Svetlana says:

    The key element here is to stop the state from buniidlg more large ferries. The state builds a large ferry and swamps the loading and unloading facilities with cars and trucks, then expands the holding areas and roads.Seattle, in turn, has provided zilch for foot passengers debarking. Anyone with a health problem coming from west of Puget Sound to a Seattle hospital pretty much has to bring their car. I chatted one morning with a woman from Bremerton heading to Edmonds, and she told me her ferry-bus commute took 3 hours each way. We had plenty of time to talk, as we waited 20 minutes for the bus (after walking three blocks to the bus stop).Sadly, these discussions are always garnished with a generous dollop of dreaming about Buck Rogers passenger ferries, an ignorance happily shared by the WSDOT which cranks out one loser passenger boat after another, all of them gas hogs which wallow along losing money and torturing passengers.In reality, the Washington car ferries are the right shape for a passenger boat. They make good speed on a budget, have plenty of room for food services and restrooms, and don’t shake the riders to death. The Bremerton run takes a while, but almost everyone socializes, works on their computer, or goes back to sleep for an hour- all of which you could not do on the passenger boats that formerly covered that run.I doubt, however, that most of the Seattle trips are aimed out of the city. Most Olympic Peninsula residents going to Bellevue use the Edmonds boat, and if you’re gong to Pierce County you use the bridge. Believe it, nobody drives into Seattle if they can avoid it.

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