# Re: OT Pilots for 911 Truth

On Jun 26, 11:40 am, "matan...@xxxxxxxxx" <matan...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Jun 25, 11:32 pm, Rob Balsamo <pilotsfortr...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

So... Capt. You are suggesting AA77 went from a 4600 fpm descent at
400 feet above the ground.. to a 26,000 fpm descent instantaneously to
strike the pentagon within one second. Because Capt, this is what you
are suggesting without even knowing the data. Is this the story you
wish to stick to? Capt?

I suggest nothing, except to say that you have no idea what happened
to the plane after the FDR stopped recording.

Since many here who claim to have aviation experience, yet fail to be
able to interpret the data... i'll help ya out...

According to the NTSB, the "impact time" is 09:37:45. The last
recorded data on the FDR is between 09:37:44 and :45 for many
parameters. The pressure altitude (FDR's only record pressure
altitude, ie QNE, which you didnt seem to know the definition before.
29.92/1013.25mb) recorded at 09:37:44 is 173 feet. When adjusting for
local pressure 30.22 at DCA (which by definition is QNH, something you
also failed to grasp), true altitude is 473' MSL.

(MSL = Above Sea Level or Mean Sea Level)

Height of "impact" is 45' MSL. Subtract 473 from 45 = 428 feet the
aircraft needs to descend within one second based on the data provided
by the NTSB.

428 x 60 = 25,680 feet per minute descent rate AA77 would need in
order to impact the pentagon. It would need more that 26,000 fpm
descent to then pull level across the lawn as seen in the "DoD 5
frames video".

MO, we may not know exactly what happened after the FDR stopped
recording, but its easy to figure out the impossible (or possible)
based on provided data as shown above.

It is impossible for a 757-200 to perform such a maneuver at less than
50 feet above the ground or ever. Again, the Space Shuttle doesnt even
perform such maneuvers.

The FDR shows a 4600 feet per minute descent rate for the last several
seconds. I think its safe to say AA77 didnt increase 4600 fpm to
26,000 fpm in the last second. Perhaps you disagree...

MO, you obviously do not know the definition of QNH/QNE (as it was
provided in terms of Pressure altitude and True Altitude), nor are you
able to figure trends and/or performance needed based on provided
data. So i did it for you.

http://pilotsfor911truth.org/forum//index.php?showtopic=64

or contact the NTSB for your own personal copy...

NTSB FOIA Website
http://www.ntsb.gov/info/foia_fri.htm

NTSB FOIA Contact - Melba D. Moye
202-314-6000

NTSB FOIA Request form -
http://www.ntsb.gov/pubmail/pubmail.asp
.

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