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Although it doesn’t attempt to depict the heat-seeking missile mounted on the B-767, this video is an excerpt from one of several captured from different cameras that show what is mostly likely the aircraft fuselage emerging intact from the South Tower as more of a missile than aircraft.
Why this aircraft could be more correctly referred to as a “missile”.
Video examination of the modified and hardened B-767 fuselage surviving a trip through the South Tower to emerge miraculously intact out the other side.
Several different cameras capture the fuselage exiting the South Tower in the video below
Start watching at the 6 minute mark (click here) to see several impacts from different cameras that reveal a “missile” as it emerges from the South Tower. The Complete 12 minute video collection of 30 camera angles of South Tower impacts uploaded on Jun 29, 2011 (Click Here)
The alleged passenger jet that struck the South Tower behaved more like a remote-controlled “missile” constructed with a hardened and modified exterior to approximate the appearance of a commercial Boeing-767 aircraft. Evidence also shows a heat-seeking missile used by the US Air Force was mounted to the alleged B-767.
“I am a former airline captain with over 9,000 flight hours, Captain on both the Boeing 747-400 and 737-300. After viewing many posted videos on “Youtube” I can tell you without hesitation that clearly aircraft number 2 B-767 – was radio controlled into the building – [World Trade Center] Tower 2. The “pod” mounted on the bottom of the aircraft, is manufactured by “Martin Marietta” Corporation in Los Angeles. The pod has been used extensively by the USAF for outfitting drone aircraft for over 22 years, and you can clearly see it in (4) of the amateur videos- just before impact, with Tower 2.” - Capt. Thomas Deatherage – Former commercial airline pilot. Aircraft flown: Boeing 737, 747. Certified Flight Instructor (single and multi-engine and instrument). 9,000+ total hours flown. – See more
Analysis with photographs of the modified aircraft with cylindrical objects mounted to bottom of the aircraft (Chris Bollyn)
THE MYSTERY POD – The Lockheed Martin AN/AAS-38 “Nitehawk” is a missile pod system for use with laser-guided munitions. A similar missile pod is seen on the underside of the plane that struck the South Tower on 9/11.