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“Hijacker” Instructor Described Woeful Skills

“Hijacker” Instructor Described Woeful Skills

Guest column by Hugh Turley

An edited version of this article was published in the September 2008 Hyattsville (MD) Life and Times. 790 more words

Video

Someone Needs a Debris-fing

We’re going to be talking about plane crashes, obviously.  If you’re particularly saddened by news of the recent crash of Germanwings Flight 9525 into the French Alps (and I can’t blame you if you are), you may wish to scroll on by. 781 more words

In Remembrance of Terrorist Attack on the Pentagon on 11 September 2001

In Memorial

Of the 125 victims in the Pentagon, 70 were civilians and 55 were military personnel. Lieutenant General Timothy Maude was the highest-ranking military official killed at the Pentagon. 699 more words

Military History

Full video of 9/11 attack captured from space to be shown for first time

A British news channel is preparing to broadcast video footage of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks captured from outer space for the first time in the coming weeks. 671 more words

WORLD NEWS

muslim prayers welcomed at Pentagon Chapel

By Tom Cohen

Washington (CNN) — Less than 100 feet from where a hijacked airplane slammed into the Pentagon, Muslim military personnel bring prayer rugs on weekday afternoons for group worship. 362 more words

Agenda 21

The Right Way to Fly, no, CGI a Passenger Jet into a Skyscraper


From the 1978 movie, “The Medusa Touch.”


Hot damn, that sure clears up a lot! Now I can go on a spending spree at WalMart and buy myself some cheaply made happiness!!!

9-11

9/11 Memoir

On the night of Monday, September 10th, 2001, the United States of America went to sleep peacefully for the last time. 46,867 people laid their own head to rest on their pillow willingly for the last time not knowing the next morning would be the last time they woke up. 1,386 more words