Subj: DETAILS: C-130 seen seconds after the Pentagon plane crash 
Date: 3/15/02 9:10:54 PM Pacific Standard Time
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If you heard about that C-130 after the Pentagon crash, save these details!  If a C-130 was seen seconds after the Pentagon plane crash on 9-11, does this mean there was absolutely NO remote-control of Flight-11 before it hit the Pentagon?  Or was there some remote flying?  Maybe the last witness details will help you.  You can piece together his logic, and match what he's saying with the photos you have.  I can't find any other witnesses saying they saw a C-130 after the Pentagon crash... at least for now.

So we're supposed to now accept the idea that a silver Flight-11 airliner crashed into the Pentagon at a steep angle, if we believe this witness.  Even though people are beating our heads with emails saying GET REAL, we all have a right to weigh these words against our own Consciousness.  I really do wanna know where all that silver plane wreckage went.  How did it get hid SO WELL?  Could it have been a smaller plane/drone?  Well it certainly would've been easier to navigate through those telephone poles, huh?  I wish I knew who was aboard that C-130!

C-130 seen seconds after the Pentagon plane crash  (resident John O'Keefe)

Allen Cleveland saw the C-130 at the Pentagon after the crash too!  Search for Cleveland's comment.  Send him mail at

The C-130 left the Pentagon, headed WEST, according to this witness:
As I stood there, I instinctively ducked at the extremely loud roar and whine of a jet engine spooling up. Immediately, the large silver cylinder of an aircraft appeared in my window, coming over my right shoulder as I faced the Westside of the Pentagon directly towards the heliport. The aircraft, looking to be either a 757 or Airbus, seemed to come directly over the annex, as if it had been following Columbia Pike - an Arlington road leading to Pentagon. The aircraft was moving fast, at what I could only be estimate as between 250 to 300 knots. All in all, I probably only had the aircraft in my field of view for approximately 3 seconds.

The aircraft was at a sharp downward angle of attack, on a direct course for the Pentagon. It was "clean", in as much as, there were no flaps applied and no apparent landing gear deployed. He was slightly left wing down as he appeared in my line of sight, as if he'd just "jinked" to avoid something. As he crossed Route 110 he appeared to level his wings, making a slight right wing slow adjustment as he impacted low on the Westside of the building to the right of the helo, tower and fire vehicle around corridor 5. What instantly followed was a large yellow fireball accompanied by an extremely bass sounding, deep thunderous boom. The yellow fireball rose quickly as black smoke engulfed the entire Westside of the Pentagon, obscuring the whole of the heliport. I could feel the concussion and felt the shockwave of the blast impact the window of the Annex, knocking me against the desk.