- 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
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
- "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
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,
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."