Although flight data analysis by the pilots for 911 truth group has shown that whatever flew towards the Pentagon flew to high to have hit it this is still an interesting article.
Especially in light of the recent admission that an E-4B had indeed flown over the White house on 911.
In a recent article, I presented compelling evidence that an E-4B, the US military’s most advanced command and control platform, circled over the White House at the time of the September 11, 2001 attack. Officially known as the National Emergency Airborne Command Post (NEACP, pronounced knee-cap), the E-4B’s more common name is the “doomsday” plane. This paper will expand that discussion and will ultimately argue that the military fudged the time of the pentagon crash to conceal the presence of the E-4B.
As in any wartime situation, the day of September 11 2001 was marked by tremendous uncertainty and confusion. Although a total of four commercial airliners were involved in the attack, the FAA processed numerous false reports of other hijackings, well into the afternoon. By one account New York City firemen at the World Trade Center also received a false alarm about a third suicide plane. There was a bomb scare at the FAA’s Boston Air Traffic Center, as well as a false alarm about an approaching suicide plane that prompted the evacuation of the building. An evacuation also occurred at another FAA facility on Martha’s Vineyard when a large white plane was sighted near the tower.  Unfortunately, this low-flying plane was never identified. There were also evacuations at Reagan National Airport in Washington and at Cleveland Airport. There was even a reported threat to Air Force One, which delayed President Bush’s return to Washington.