Flight 93 Crash Witnesses
Saw Only A Saab Jet

From Jon Carlson

Photos of the Saab 105 SK60 series military jet.
This plane fits the description given by eye witnesses. It is a 2 seater allowing one person to pilot in tight formation right above the airliner and another person to remote-control the other plane. The plane remote-controlled to Australia had a second plane monitoring it apparently capable of adjusting directions if the original computer flight plan failed. Obviously a jet not normally flown in this country would be hard to identify. It has a top speed of over 1000 mph and is extremely maneuverable. The Austria Air Force flies them as does Sweden.
Interesting that the Flight 93 Mirror article mentions a small WHITE jet that several witnesses saw but the FBI claims to be a 'business jet" or never existed.
Flight 93 article on jet
"There's no way I imagined this plane - it was so low it was virtually on top of me. It was white with no markings but it was definitely military, it just had that look.
"It had two rear engines, a big fin on the back like a spoiler on the back of a car and with two upright fins at the side. I haven't found one like it on the internet. It definitely wasn't one of those executive jets. The FBI came and talked to me and said there was no plane around.
FURTHER verification that some kind of military aircraft was operating in the area is scientifically irrefutable.
At 9.22am a sonic boom - caused by supersonic flight - was picked up by an earthquake monitoring station in southern Pennsylvania, 60 miles from Shanksville.
"As soon as we looked up, we saw a mid-sized jet flying low and fast," Decker told the Record. "It appeared to make a loop or part of a circle, and then it turned fast and headed out. " Describing the plane as a Lear-jet type, with engines mounted near the tail and painted white with no identifying markings, Decker said, "If you were here to see it, you'd have no doubt. It was a jet plane, and it had to be flying real close when that 757 went down."



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