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I don't know how anyone could

I don't know how anyone could be some kind of expert on what the wreckage of a 757 kamikaze attack on the Pentagon "should" look like, so I can't really comment on your problems with that. But the wings and trajectory there is some evidence for.

the wings:
Blast expert Allyn E. Kilsheimer was the first structural engineer to arrive at the Pentagon after the crash and helped coordinate the emergency response. "It was absolutely a plane, and I'll tell you why," says Kilsheimer, CEO of KCE Structural Engineers PC, Washington, D.C. "I saw the marks of the plane wing on the face of the building. I picked up parts of the plane with the airline markings on them. I held in my hand the tail section of the plane, and I found the black box." Kilsheimer's eyewitness account is backed up by photos of plane wreckage inside and outside the building. Kilsheimer adds: "I held parts of uniforms from crew members in my hands, including body parts. Okay?"
from http://www.southerncrossreview.org/41/9-11.htm

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=894_1207328840

and on the plane path discrepancies
http://scienceof911.com.au/pentagon/rebutting-cit/

It's kind of funny to use testimony of eyewitnesses that tell you the path of the PLANE they saw to try and debunk that there WASN'T a plane. Not too mention that there are discrepancies in eyewitness accounts of any event that ever takes place. Many times people can't agree if a guy crossed the goal line or was out of bounds on a football replay even if they watch it several times for example.