Here they are!
[From chapter two of "The New Pearl Harbor" by David Ray Griffin
(See it yourself at http://vancouver.indymedia.org/print.php?id=141355) Pass that address ASAP on to others who won't/can't buy the book.]
Although later that day the aircraft that struck the Pentagon was said to be Flight 77, which was a Boeing 757, this equation was evidently not immediately obvious.
Danielle O'Brien, one of the air traffic controllers at Dulles who reported seeing the aircraft at 9:25, said: "The speed, the maneuverability, the way that he turned, we all thought in the radar room, all of us experienced air traffic controllers, that that was a military plane."
Another witness, seeing the plane from a 14th floor apartment in Pentagon City, said that it "seemed to be able to hold eight or twelve persons" and "made a shrill noise like a fighter plane."
Lon Rains, editor at Space News, said: "I was convinced it was a missile. It came in so fast it sounded nothing like an airplane."
Still another witness, who saw it from his automobile, was reported as saying that it "was like a cruise missile with wings."
The official account, however, would be that it was a much bigger aircraft, a Boeing 757—indeed, Flight 77 itself.
Most important is the evidence provided by photographs that were taken immediately after the crash. One crucial photo was taken by Tom Horan of the Associated Press just after the firetrucks had arrived but before the firemen had been deployed. (This photo is reproduced in Meyssans Pentagate and on the cover of his 9/11: The Big Lie and is also available on the Internet: http://www.asile.org/citoyens/numero13/pentagone/erreurs_en.htm)
When this photograph was taken, the west wing's facade had not collapsed. Another photo taken at this time shows that the hole in the facade was between 15 and 18 feet in diameter, contradicting a newspaper report that it was "five stories high and 200 feet wide." This photo also shows no damage above the hole or on either side of it. And neither photo shows any sign of an airplane—no fuselage, no tail, no wings, no engines—or any evidence that the lawn had been scraped. Whatever struck the Pentagon made a clean hit from the air and went completely inside.