A major misconception regarding the Pentagon attack is that hundreds or even thousands in the area would be able to see the entire event go down, including the alleged "impact". This is not the case, primarily due to the complex topography. In fact there are very few areas at all where you would be able to see the alleged "impact" into the bottom two floors of the building, and most who would be able to see the plane at all would only see it for about a split second. The flyover would be concealed by the massive fireball and smoke plume to many on the alleged impact or west side of the building. A plane flying away up the Potomac river would not be out of place in the landscape as normal flight traffic out of Reagan National Airport is a continuous presence as you can see in the following footage. CIT brings you to the surrounding areas to show you what the topography is really like. The following series of location shots are an invaluable tool for people trying to get familiar with the area in order to understand how this deception was successfully executed in broad daylight.