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CRUISE MISSLE HITS PENTAGON - CLASSIFIED

Postby Dealey Joe » Sun Feb 05, 2012 3:10 am

A cruise missile is a guided missile that carries an explosive payload and is propelled, usually by a jet engine, towards a land-based or sea-based target. Cruise missiles are designed to deliver a large warhead over long distances with high accuracy. Modern cruise missiles can travel at supersonic or high subsonic speeds, are self-navigating, and can fly on a non-ballistic, extremely low altitude trajectory. They are distinct from unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) in that they are used only as weapons and not for reconnaissance. In a cruise missile, the warhead is integrated into the vehicle and the vehicle is always sacrificed in the mission.

Cruise missile designs fundamentally derive from the German V-1 of World War II. Advances in transistor and computer technology have contributed to self-correcting avionic and aeronautical designs that allow missiles to be guided in flight, as opposed to only at launch. These advances developed into guided missiles and guided bombs, and later into the modern cruise missile.

In 2011, it was estimated that a single Tomahawk cruise missile costs $830,000 (£500,000)

The idea of an "aerial torpedo" was shown in the British 1909 film The Airship Destroyer, where flying torpedoes controlled by wireless are used to bring down airships bombing London.[2]

In 1916, Lawrence Sperry patented and built an "aerial torpedo", a small biplane carrying a TNT charge, a Sperry autopilot and a barometric altitude control. Inspired by these experiments, the US Army developed a similar flying bomb called the Kettering Bug. In the period between the World Wars the United Kingdom developed the Larynx (Long Range Gun with Lynx Engine) which underwent a few flight tests in the 1920s.[3] In the Soviet Union, Sergey Korolev headed the GIRD-06 cruise missile project from 1932–1939, which used a rocket-powered boost-glide design.[citation needed] The 06/III (RP-216) and 06/IV (RP-212) contained gyroscopic guidance systems.

Germany first deployed cruise style missiles, during World War II. The V-1, often referred to as flying bomb, contained a gyroscopic guidance system and was propelled by a simple pulse-jet engine, the sound of which gave it the nickname of "buzz bomb". Accuracy was sufficient only for use against very large targets (the general area of a city), while the range of 250 km was significantly lower than that of a bomber carrying the same payload. The main advantages were speed (while not sufficient to outperform contemporary interceptors) and expendability. The production cost of a V-1 was only a small fraction of that of a V-2 supersonic ballistic missile, carrying a similar-sized warhead. Unlike the V-2, however, the V-1 required stationary launch ramps which were susceptible to bombardment. Nazi Germany, in 1943, also developed the Mistel program which can be seen as a rudimentary air-launched cruise missile, where a piloted fighter-type aircraft was mounted atop an unpiloted bomber-sized aircraft that was packed with explosives to be released while approaching the target.

Immediately after the war the United States Air Force had 21 different guided missile projects including would-be cruise missiles. All were cancelled by 1948 except four: the Air Material Command BANSHEE, the SM-62 Snark, the SM-64 Navaho, and the MGM-1 Matador. The BANSHEE design was similar to Operation Aphrodite; like Aphrodite it failed, and was canceled in April 1949.[4]

During the Cold War period both the United States and the Soviet Union experimented further with the concept, deploying early cruise missiles from land, submarines and aircraft. The main outcome of the US Navy submarine missile project was the SSM-N-8 Regulus missile, based upon the V-1.

The US Air Force's first operational surface-to-surface missile was the winged, mobile, nuclear-capable MGM-1 Matador, also similar in concept to the V-1. Deployment overseas began in 1954, first to West Germany and later to the Republic of China (Taiwan) and South Korea. On November 7, 1956 U. S. Air Force Matador units in West Germany, whose missiles were capable of striking targets in the Warsaw Pact, deployed from their fixed day-to-day sites to unannounced dispersed launch locations. This alert was in response to the crisis posed by the Soviet attack on Hungary which suppressed the 1956 Hungarian Revolution.

Between 1957 and 1961 the United States followed an ambitious and well-funded program to develop a nuclear-powered cruise missile, Project Pluto. It was designed to fly below the enemy's radar at speeds above Mach 3 and carry a number of hydrogen bombs that it would drop on its path over enemy territory. Although the concept was proven sound and the 500 megawatt engine finished a successful test run in 1961, no airworthy device was ever completed. The project was finally abandoned in favor of ICBM development.

While ballistic missiles were the preferred weapons for land targets, heavy nuclear and conventional tipped cruise missiles were seen by the USSR as a primary weapon to destroy US naval carrier battle groups. Large submarines (for example, Echo and Oscar classes) were developed to carry these weapons and shadow US battle groups at sea, and large bombers (for example, Backfire, Bear, and Blackjack models) were equipped with the weapons in their air-launched cruise missile (ALCM) configuration.

General design

Cruise missiles generally consist of a guidance system, payload, and propulsion system, housed in an airframe with small wings and empennage for flight control. Payloads usually consist of a conventional warhead or a nuclear warhead. Cruise missiles tend to be propelled by a jet engine, turbofan engines being preferred due to their greater efficiency at low altitude and sub-sonic speed.

Guidance systems
Guidance systems also vary greatly. Low-cost systems use a radar altimeter, barometric altimeter and clock to navigate a digital strip map. More advanced systems use inertial guidance, satellite navigation and terrain contour matching (TERCOM). Use of an automatic target recognition (ATR) algorithm/device in the guidance system increases accuracy of the missile. The Standoff Land Attack Missile features an ATR unit from General Electric.

Categories

Cruise missiles can be categorized by size, speed (subsonic or supersonic), and range, and whether launched from land, air, surface ship, or submarine. Often versions of the same missile are produced for different launch platforms; sometimes air- and submarine-launched versions are a little lighter and smaller than land- and ship-launched versions.

Guidance systems can vary across missiles. Some missiles can be fitted with any of a variety of navigation systems (Inertial navigation, TERCOM, or satellite navigation). Larger cruise missiles can carry either a conventional or a nuclear warhead, while smaller ones carry only conventional warheads.

Hypersonic
A hypersonic cruise missile would travel at least 5 times the speed of sound. These are still in the developmental stage.

Examples:

BrahMos II India/ Russia The joint Russia/India venture is in the testing phase.
Supersonic


Air-Sol Moyenne Portée, a French supersonic cruise missile
These missiles travel faster than the speed of sound, usually using ramjet engines. The range is typically 100–500 km, but can be greater. Guidance systems vary.

Examples

3M-54 Klub Russia "Sizzler" variant is capable of supersonic in terminal stage.
Air-Sol Moyenne Portée France - supersonic stand-off nuclear missile
BrahMos India / Russia (currently the fastest cruise missile in operation anywhere in the world)
C-101 China
C-301 China
C-803 China supersonic terminal stage only
C-805 China
KD-88 China
P-800 Oniks Soviet Union/ Russia
Kh-31 Russia
P-500 Bazalt Soviet Union/ Russia
P-700 Granit Soviet Union/ Russia
P-270 Moskit Soviet Union/ Russia
YJ-91 China
Long-range subsonic


A United States Air Force AGM-86
The US, USSR, UK, China, Pakistan and India have developed several long-range subsonic cruise missiles. These missiles have a range of over 1,000 kilometres (620 mi) and fly at about 800 kilometres per hour (500 mph).[citation needed] They typically have a launch weight of about 1,500 kilograms (3,300 lb)[citation needed] and can carry either a conventional or a nuclear warhead. Earlier versions of these missiles used inertial navigation; later versions use much more accurate TERCOM and DSMAC systems. Most recent versions can use satellite navigation.

Examples:

AGM-86B United States
AGM-129 ACM United States
BGM-109 Tomahawk United States/ United Kingdom
Nirbhay India (under development)
CJ-10 People's Republic of China
DH-10 People's Republic of China
Babur II Pakistan(in development)
Hyunmoo IIIC South Korea[5]
KH-55 Russia
Medium-range subsonic


Storm Shadow (UK/France/Italy)
These missiles are about the same size and weight and fly at similar speeds to the above category, but the range is less than 1,000 km. Guidance systems vary.

Examples:

AGM-158 JASSM United States
Babur Pakistan
KD-63 China
Ra'ad ALCM Pakistan
Storm Shadow/SCALP United Kingdom/ France/ Italy
Taurus KEPD 350 Germany/ Sweden
Short-range subsonic
These are subsonic missiles which weigh around 500 kilograms (1,102 lb) and have a range of 300 km (190 mi).[citation needed]

Examples:

AVMT-300 Brazil
C-801 China
C-802 China
C-602 China
Delilah missile Israel
Kh-35 Russia
Nasr-1 Iran
Raad Iran
Noor Iran
Qader Iran
Zafar Iran
SOM (missile) [6][7] Turkey
Naval Strike Missile Norway
RBS-15 Sweden
Silkworm China
RGM-84 Harpoon United States
Type 80 Air-to-Ship Missile Japan
Type 88 Surface-to-Ship Missile Japan
Type 90 Ship-to-Ship Missile Japan
Type 91 Air-to-Ship Missile Japan
Type 93 Air-to-Ship Missile Japan
Deployment



AGM-129 ACM being secured on a B-52H bomber
The most common mission for cruise missiles is to attack relatively high-value targets such as ships, command bunkers, bridges and dams[citation needed]. Modern guidance systems permit precise attacks.

(As of 2001) the BGM-109 Tomahawk missile model has become a significant part of the US naval arsenal. It gives ships and submarines an extremely accurate, long-range, conventional land attack weapon. Each costs about $600,000 USD.[8] The US Air Force deploys an air launched cruise missile, the AGM-86. It can be launched from bombers like the B-52 Stratofortress. Both the Tomahawk and the AGM-86 were used extensively during Operation Desert Storm.

Both Tomahawk (as BGM-109) and ALCM (AGM-86) were competing designs for the US.F. ALCM nuclear tipped cruise missile to be carried by the B-52 heavy bomber.[citation needed] The US.F adopted the AGM-86 for its bomber fleet while AGM-109 was adapted to launch from trucks and ships and adopted by the US.F and Navy. The truck-launched versions, and also the Pershing II and SS-20 Intermediate Range Ballistic Missiles, were later destroyed under the bilateral INF (Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces) treaty with the USS.R.

The British Royal Navy (RN) also operates cruise missiles, specifically the US-made Tomahawk, used by the RN's nuclear submarine fleet. Conventional warhead versions were first fired in combat by the RN in 1999, during the Kosovo War. The Royal Air Force uses the Storm Shadow cruise missile on its Tornado GR4 aircraft. It is also used by France, where it is known as SCALP EG, and carried by the Armée de l'Air's Mirage 2000 and Rafale aircraft.

India and Russia have jointly developed the supersonic cruise missile BrahMos. There are three versions of the Brahmos: ship/land-launched, air-launched and sub-launched. The ship/land-launched version were operational as of late 2007. The Brahmos has the capability to attack targets on land. Russia also continues to operate other cruise missiles: the SS-N-12 Sandbox, SS-N-19 Shipwreck, SS-N-22 Sunburn and SS-N-25 Switchblade. Germany and Spain operate the Taurus missile while Pakistan has developed its own cruise missile somewhat similar to Tomahawk cruise missile, named the Babur missile. Both the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China (Taiwan) have designed several cruise missile variants, such as the well-known C-802, some of which are capable of carrying biological, chemical, nuclear, and conventional warheads.

Nuclear warhead versions


AGM-129 ACM
The US has 460 AGM-129 Advanced Cruise Missiles (ACMs) with a W80 nuclear warhead (5 kt or 150 kt selectable yield) for B-52 Stratofortress (B-52H) external carriage. Also there are approximately 350 sea-launched cruise missiles with the same nuclear warhead. The range of the missile is 3000 km. These missiles have been "mothballed" and placed in storage.

The SSM-N-8 Regulus was also designed for a nuclear warhead.

See also:

The United States and weapons of mass destruction
Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty
Woensdrecht
Russia has Kh-55SM cruise missiles, with similar to US AGM-129 range of 3000 km, but are able to carry more powerful warhead of 200 kt. They are equipped with a TERCOM system which allows them to cruise at an altitude lower than 110 meters at subsonic speeds while obtaining a CEP accuracy of 15 meters with an Inertial navigation system. They are air-launched from either Tupolev Tu-95s, Tupolev Tu-22Ms, or Tupolev Tu-160s, each able to carry 16 for the Tu-95, 12 for the Tu-160, and 4 for the Tu-22M. A stealth version of the missile, the Kh-101 is in development. It has similar qualities as the Kh-55, except that its range has been extended to 5,000 km, equipped with a 1,000 kg conventional warhead, and has stealth features which reduces its probability of intercept.[9]

Efficiency in modern warfare
Currently cruise missiles are among the most expensive of single-use weapons, up to several million dollars apiece. One consequence of this is that its users face difficult choices in targeting, to avoid expending the missiles on targets of low value. For instance during Operation Enduring Freedom the United States attacked targets of very low monetary value with cruise missiles, which led many to question the efficiency of the weapon. However, proponents of the cruise missile counter that the same argument applies to other types of UAVs: they are cheaper than human pilots when total training and infrastructure costs are taken into account, not to mention the risk of loss of personnel. As demonstrated in Operation Odyssey Dawn and prior conflicts, cruise missiles are much more difficult to detect and intercept than other aerial assets, making them particularly suited to attacks against static air defense systems.
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Re: CRUISE MISSLE HITS PENTAGON - CLASSIFIED

Postby Dealey Joe » Sun Feb 05, 2012 3:11 am

Please do not miss viewing this video of Cruise Missile hitting Pentagon on 9-11-01. Note that the explosions happened immediately before impact most likely to soften the target for amplifying the effect of the small missile impact. What the perpetraitors didn't figure was to make it look like an airliner impacted the building because there was only a small hole and no wing or engine marks on the outside of the building.

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Postby kenmurray » Sun Feb 05, 2012 2:40 pm

2.3 Trillion dollars unaccounted for the day before 9/11:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kpWqdPMjmo
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Postby R Croxford » Tue Feb 07, 2012 1:41 pm

What would they use 2 trillion dollars for? You know the easiest way to describe anything that happened on that day is to understand this simply. If you ask Americans about 9-11 almost 80% probably think we aren't getting the whole story. If you ran a country where that many people think you are up to no good. WOULDN'T YOU TRY TO SETTLE THAT? Why hide all the info once again? The plain and simple fact is that if the dictator at the time did something wrong. They would not tell us. If they knew there was no involvement by persons from the white house, they would tell us everything. The fact that they are not telling us the truth. Proves they know something went wrong. Whether they are covering it up is not a question. Once again the only question is who? Who benefited the MOST from 9-11 and there is the answer. So tell me investigators of the truth. WHO WAS THAT? Wasn't Bush. Cheney?
What changed? Gold prices? Stock market? Constitution?
We know they are not telling us the truth again. Now lets figure out who and why.
you need 2 trillion dollars for something that involves restricting our constitution. What are you buying or building that is going to piss us off so bad that you know we are going to riot. Which is why the FEMA camps are going active.
What if they took that 2 trillion and invested it in gold causing the prices to rise because you are about to destroy the constitution and do an extreme country makeover?
I DO NOT HAVE A CLUE!
ONE OF MY FAVORITE SAYINGS IN HISTORY IS FROM JFK THE MOVIE. A MYSTERY WRAPPED IN A RIDDLE INSIDE AN ENIGMA. 3 LEVELS OF BRAIN SCREWING TO TRY AND UNCOVER. JUST LIKE CHESS. 3 MOVES AHEAD OF US ALWAYS. SO WHEN YOU THINK YOU HAVE IT FIGURED OUT. ASSUME THEY LED YOU THAT WAY AND GO 2 MORE LEVELS.
If you look at the branch of the CIA that Kennedy dissolved. The purpose of that division was to see how to manipulate the US people into doing what the US wants and not the people. In order to do this you need to be 3 moves ahead of the people and give them 2 people. One is their friend and one is their enemy. But control both. If I control your friends and enemies. I control you.
This is all brain food. I am not claiming to know anything. I am as lost as the rest of the world. If you think you have it figured out. YOU DON'T. Keep going deeper. like I said 3 levels. I hope I have said something that someone hasn't already heard. I hope there is someone out there that can see the riddle in my head and help me go another level deeper. To all who read this. Thank you for having a brain and never stop asking WHY!
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Re: CRUISE MISSLE HITS PENTAGON - CLASSIFIED

Postby R Croxford » Tue Feb 07, 2012 1:49 pm

One possibility after looking. The missile came from the center? If they want to show you an engine in the center? then it is on the other side. Can a missile come straight down like that? There is a ton of crap that sounds to freaky to be true. but the truth is to freaky to believe. Planes disappearing, NORAD being confused?
empty planes? cell phone forgery? How can there be so many stories that are true?
Did the cell phones work?
Where are the people and planes if they did not hit the pentagon?
Who were the 19 hijackers. we don't know for real. the names were fake.
What is the red thermite particles from? Why not explain that?
Why does the history channel lie to us constantly?
HOW COME NOT ONE NEWS AGENCY QUESTION ALL THIS MADNESS. THAT IS THE BIG ONE RIGHT THERE?
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Re: CRUISE MISSLE HITS PENTAGON - CLASSIFIED

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Mon Sep 17, 2012 2:57 am

Dear Mr. Joe Hall:

Joe - We are no closer to knowing and understanding the Truth Behind 09.11.2001.

Where are we to knowing and understanding the Truth Behind 11.22.1963.

I see a pattern. But then, I connect dots.

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Postby Dealey Joe » Sun Sep 14, 2014 2:06 pm

I posted this information and a short discussion
followed.


What are your thoughts today ?


Dealey Joe:
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CRUISE MISSLE HITS PENTAGON - CLASSIFIED

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:11 pm

09.11.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

02.05.2012 - Joe "Dealey Joe" Hall Originally Posted this important, powerful Headline and Supporting Material.

Some additional Supporting Material followed by other Excellent JFK Murder Solved Forum Members.

What have "We the People..." learned since then ?

What have "We the People..." BEEN TOLD SINCE THEN ?
(09.11.2017, BB).

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely
yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts,
or writings on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK
Researchers who may not be as well versed as you.

Comments ?

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Re: CRUISE MISSLE HITS PENTAGON - CLASSIFIED

Postby kenmurray » Sat Sep 23, 2017 12:59 pm

9/11 Pentagon Conspiracy:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6KgedrhLls

9/11 Pentagon Attack: Strange Case Of The Taxi Cab And Light Pole....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6KgedrhLls
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