Retired U.S. Intelligence General Says No Plane Hit Pentagon

Retired General Major Albert Stubblebine says that after close examination of the Pentagon crash footage he can conclude no plane hit the building.

Mr. Stubblebine claims to have extensive experience in intelligence operations, and used his analyzing skills to determine it was no plane:

I was responsible for all of the Army’s Strategic Intelligence forces around the world… I had responsibility for the signals intelligence, photo intelligence, counter-intelligence, human intelligence… They all belonged to me.

…I don’t know exactly what hit it, but I do know, from the photographs that I have analyzed and looked at very, very carefully, it was not an airplane.

Where were the wing marks?

Stubblebine supports his claim by the fact that no airplane wing marks were found on the Pentagon. “The nose penetrated far enough that there should have been wing marks on the wall of the Pentagon… Did this vessel, vehicle, or whatever it was, have wings? Apparently not, because if it had had wings, it would have made marks on the side of the Pentagon.”

What if the plane’s tilt accounted for the missing wing marks?

His theory is challenged by the possibility the plane hit the Pentagon at a tilt, which would account for the missing wing marks. But if that’s the case, where was the wing that would have broken off on collision with the ground, and the other wing that would have broken off and projected in the air?

I accepted what was being said [before I saw the photographs] after I looked at it, no way.