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What Thousands of Pilots Already Know 

The Impossibility of Flying Heavy Aircraft Without Training
February 21, 2006 Nila Sagadevan
Nila Sagadevan is an aeronautical engineer and a qualified pilot of heavy aircraft.
“A common misconception non-pilots have about simulators is how “easy” it is to operate them. They are indeed relatively easy to operate if the objective is to make a few lazy turns and frolic about in the “open sky”. But if the intent is to execute any kind of a maneuver with even the least bit of precision, the task immediately becomes quite daunting. And if the aim is to navigate to a specific geographic location hundreds of miles away while flying at over 500 MPH, 30,000 feet above the ground the challenges become virtually impossible for an untrained pilot.
See above link for the article.

Pilots Speak Out -911: Ripple Effect - Full Length Video

Pilots for 911 Truth

Top pilot John Lear Comments about the Trade Tower Disaster from a pilot’s perspective.
His conclusion: only an extremely skilled pilot could have done it.
AUDIO 10 min

Col. George Nelson, USAF (ret.) an expert in the field of aircraft
identification for 30 years, and "Bob" an electro-physicist with a
masters degree in optics and a 33 year veteran working for the
Department of Defense in the missile defense program

August 8, 2005
According to Col George Nelson, passenger jets did not hit the Trade Towers and the Pentagon.

Round Table Discussion with Ret. Col George Nelson USAF (ret.) an expert in the field of aircraft identification for 30 years,, A.K. Dewdney, Capt. Don and Dave Vonkleist.
September 29, 2006
(Slow to download)
New Audio Interview AUDIO Pt1


More on Col George Nelson
Patriots Question

End of David Ray Griffins speech on C-Span 2 commenting on the 911 Pentagon story. The flying skills of alleged Fl 77 pilot as well as the difficulty of flying into the West Wing of the Pentagon. The West Wing was being renovated with only a few hundred workers working on the renovation. Wouldn’t the terrorists have wanted to hit the East Wing where the Top Brass was? And much more.. Concludes it was an inside job. Listen:
AUDIO 8 min

Fox News: Witness Said Flight 175 (that struck WTC) had no windows and did not look like a normal jet “No windows on Flight 175”
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Alleged Hijacker Pilot for Fl 77 , Hani Hanjour, Described as Having Average/Below Average Flight Skills when Checked out Flying a Cessna. The official story is that Fl77 was flown into the Pentagon’s West Wing, which happened to be under construction.
Listen to minutes 13:40-15:15 of Loose Change Documentary Video
Loose Change II Recut VIDEO

Do You Know The Issues Related to September 11?

Overview of 911 Story and Questions Raised:
Lecture by Physicist Dr. Steven E. Jones

911 Revisited February 1, 2006