Did the US Military Fudge the 9/11 Timeline?
911 Mystery Plane Part I
By Mark H. Gaffney MySpace 5-7-7
The arcana of the alternate 9/11 theories is intricate and vast. This article provides a careful analysis of available evidence that suggests the various stated timings of the "event" at the Pentagon , that are in the public record do not reflect confusion, but a deliberate attempt by the military make a "best fit" to exonerate their apparent (and evident) "stand down".
Briefly it is an attempt to explain this ...
"The 9/11 Commission Report, published in July 2004, acknowledged this problem, then announced a second revision of the timeline. According to this latest story, the FAA wasn't merely tardy, no, it failed completely. In other words, the FAA neglected to notify NORAD that Flights 175, 77 and 93 had been hijacked until after the the planes had crashed."
The author claims this elastic timing was explained (and required) by an overhead AWACS E- 4B plane that was controlling events....
"Based on all of the above, I believe that the US military announced the original 9:43 AM Pentagon crash time to conceal the presence of the E-4B over Washington. A week later, when the military revised the cover-up, they moved the timeline forward by as much as they dared. The 9:38 AM crash time should therefore be understood as a "best fit" that succeeded in masking the presence of the E-4B on the one hand, while minimizing the evidence pointing to a stand-down on the other. "
It is a lengthy, detailed and well reasoned article which to anyone interested in the discovering the correct version of events on 9/11 should read ... and pass on.
It is extraordinary, that in a world of atomic clocks, when your checkout bill is timed and dated to the second based on an international time standard, that the most accurate way of timing the Pentagon event is by a battery powered clock that fell off the wall of the heliport pad office when the explosion ocurred.
Of course that is only one of the very many extraordinary things that happened that day.