For the benefit of those few disinformed persons who think that there was no wreckage found at the Pentagon, Bob Pugh, whom the tin foilers cite as a witness to the fact, filmed a considerable amount of it on the helipad during fire fighting operations. [video=youtube;AYtgumGX8aI]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYtgumGX8aI[/video] The tin foilers go off the rail in thinking that there should have been seats and luggage outside. I cannot imagine why there would be. The seats are bolt to the centrall deck, which is the most rigid part of the fuselage and would, once the walls had been breached, had continued on inside, along with the engines and the wings out to the engine mounts. Te ends of the wings and tail section would have shattered. The luggage is mostly stowed under the deck, where it would also have been shielded from most damage other than the fires, and would thus have gone inside the building, where a great deal of it was discovered, some of it in such a condition that it could be indentified and returned to next of kin. Some parts of the skin of the fuselage were indentified outside the building. This is predictable since, if you over-pressurize an enclosed tube, the covering can be blown off to relieve pressure. This would account for a lot of small pieces of aluminum and fluffy-looking stuff which was used as insulation. Some personal affects would be among this mix as there would also be torn-out overhead bins attached to some of the fuselage pieces dislodged. These items would not have an easily-identified shape and could well make up a good part of what Pugh filmed outside on the helipad. No, the rubbish there would NOT have been there pre-crash. The Army and Air Force are very meticukous about removing debris from and aircraft operating areas because of the damage it can do when sucked into an egine or run over by tires.