The first change of heading select to start the aircraft back toward the pentagon is at 12:54:11 according to the cvs file.

That means it took Hani Hanjour a little over 3 minutes to bust into the cockpit, point a boxcutter at Charles Burlingame and told him and the First Officer to go to the back of the aircraft. Charles Burlingame gave up his airplane in a little over 3 minutes to a hijacker with a boxcutter. Charles Burlingame..a 6'5" Military trained Captain, trained in Anti-Terrorism...

"Ted Olson told CNN that his wife said all passengers and flight personnel, including the pilots, were herded to the back of the plane by armed hijackers. The only weapons she mentioned were knives and cardboard cutters"

Regardless of what the press may have told you about the old Common Strategy of "Full cooperation", this was not part of it. The old Common strategy was to take hijackers where they wanted to go, if they had more than a boxcutter, but not to give up your airplane... and certainly not in a little over 3 minutes. The Captains number 1 priority is passenger safety. How does that fit with this scenario?

Two minutes later.. the transponder was turned off at 12:56:35.