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Old 19-11-2008, 01:02 PM   #84
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Nice post Oram :-)

it also raises the question, if you were going to fly a plane into the pentagon, it is such a low lying building, surely diving in rather than a long trajectory, piloting around posts, trees etc is full of margins to err... that is if you were going to fly a plane in!

Rumsfield was aparently in his office on the other side of the building, whats the betting that there is a secure bunker access from his office?
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