Craig poses the familiar question and quotes the discredited analysis done by a fellow Canadian for support
Canadian scientist named A. K. Dewdney … did another paper talking about the wings that … had the plane actually hit the building – that the wings would not have folded in, as some allege, but would have snapped off – and certainly the right wing there’s simply no hole there. Where did the wing go? If the plane hit the building where the wing go?
In Figure 1, Dewdney has clearly placed the plane on the wrong floor and then asserts that if the wings did not shear-off, then they must have broken and as they could not enter the building
The following quote sets up the illogical “strawman argument” that constructed, based on the drawing in Figure 1, which he uses to conclude the wings must be outside of the Pentagon and did not enter the building. Craig cites as part of his evidence – even though he refutes its central hypothesis by acknowledging a 90 foot opening in the first floor (allowing more than enough room for the wings to have entered the Pentagon building.)
There would be no way, of course, for the wings to enter the building without taking out any support columns in their path. Structural integrity of the wings, as well as the lack of any holes on either side of the main initial entrance hole, preclude the wings from breaking into eight-foot fragments which then passed into the building individually. In any case, a majority of windows on the ground floor (not to mention all floors above them) remained unbroken after the crash – Dewdney at Missing Wings
A more complete description of this issues can be seen in the following video: