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(October 5, 2001) -- An F-14 "Tomcat and an F/A-18 "Hornet" aircraft assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN 65) complete air-to-air refueling operations with a U.S. Air Force KC-10 "Extender" from the 763rd Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron.  The refueling squadron supports Navy jets conducting missions in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  U.S. Navy Photo by Commander Brian G. Gawne.  (RELEASED)
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(October 7, 2001) -- Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld announced that two U.S. Air Force C-17 cargo aircraft air dropped enough daily rations for 37,500 people in regions of Afghanistan where the displaced people are at risk of starvation.  This photo shows Humanitarian Daily Rations (HDR), which was transported from bases in the U.S. earlier in the week.  U.S. Navy Photo by Tina M. Ackerman.  (RELEASED)
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Aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt (Sept. 30, 2001) -- Captain Stephen Voestch, Commander of Carrier Air Wing One (CVW 1), Rear Admiral Mark Fitzgerald, Commander of Carrier Group Eight (CCG 8), Captain Richard J. O'Hanlon, Commanding Officer of USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) are assisted by Damage Controlmen as they fold the first American flag to be raised above "ground zero" at the site of the attack on New York's World Trade Center.  The flag was presented to the crew of USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) and will be flown with pride during their current deployment.   U.S. Navy Photo by Chief Photographer's Mate Eric A. Clement.  (RELEASED)
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New York, New York (Sep. 19, 2001) -- "Ground Zero" at the World Trade Center disaster.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Aaron Peterson.  (RELEASED)
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New York, New York (Sep. 19, 2001) -- "Ground Zero" at the World Trade Center disaster.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Aaron Peterson.  (RELEASED)
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Aboard USNS Comfort (Sept. 18, 2001) -- A U.S. Marine from 2nd Fast Company keeps the ship safe during his security watch on the pier alongside the hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20).   U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Aaron Peterson.  (RELEASED)
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Ground Zero, New York City, N.Y. (Sept. 17, 2001) -- An aerial view shows only a small portion of the crime scene where the World Trade Center collapsed following the Sept. 11 terrorist attack.  Surrounding buildings were heavily damaged by the debris and massive force of the falling twin towers.  Clean-up efforts are expected to continue for months.  U.S. Navy photo by Chief Photographer's Mate Eric J. Tilford.  (RELEASED)
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New York, N.Y. (Sept. 15, 2001) -- The American flag is a prominent icon in the heart of what was once the World Trade Center in New York City, Sept. 15, 2001.  U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 1st Class Preston Keres. (RELEASED)
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New York, N.Y. (Sept. 15, 2001) -- A New York City firefighter rests atop the debris that was once the World Trade Center as he waits for the rescue team to turn on the water so they can cool off the smoldering building. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 1st Class Preston Keres. (RELEASED)
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Atlantic Ocean (Sept. 15, 2001) -- An Air crewman aboard a Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron One Two Five (VAW-125) E-2C "Hawkeye" embarked on USS George Washington (CVN 73) tracks all air and surface contacts off the east coast of the United States.  The Norfolk, Va.- based aircraft and squadron are participating in Operation Noble Eagle to provide additional air defense to New York City following the 11 Sept. terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate J. Scott Campbell.  (RELEASED)
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New York, N.Y. (Sept. 15, 2001) -- A New York City fireman calls for 10 more rescue workers to make their way into the rubble of the World Trade Center.  U.S. Navy Photo by Journalist 1st Class Preston Keres.  (RELEASED)
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New York, NY (Sept. 14, 2001) -- What was once a glittering symbol of the financial center of the world now stands blanketed in ash and soot. The World Trade Center was destroyed during a September 11, 2001 terrorist attack.   U.S. Navy photo by Photographers Mate 2nd Class Jim Watson. (RELEASED)
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New York, N.Y. (Sept. 14, 2001) -- Rescue workers conduct search and rescue attempts, descending deep into the rubble of the World Trade Center.  U.S. Navy Photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Jim Watson.  (RELEASED)
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Pascagoula, Miss. (Sept. 14, 2001)  The Arleigh Burke-class destroyer USS Cole (DDG 67) is back in the water.  Cole was relaunched at Northrop Grumman Ship Systems Ingalls Operations in Pascagoula, Miss., after repairs on her hull were completed.  The ship was transported to Pascagoula following the October 12, 2000 terrorist attack in Yemen.  U.S. Navy Photo  (RELEASED)
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Washington, D.C. (Sept. 13, 2001) -- The Honorable Gordon R. England, Secretary of the Navy, and Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Vern Clark, released the number and names of Navy servicemen and Navy civilan support personnel who lost their lives at the Pentagon.  The Navy has reported forty-two of the one hundred and ninety personnel killed at the Pentagon were Navy personnel and civilians assigned to Navy departments.   U.S. Navy photo by Chief Photographer's Mate Dolores L. Parlato. (RELEASED)
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San Diego, Calif. (Sept. 12, 2001) -- A Sailor aboard the auxiliary command ship USS Coronado (AGF 11), command ship for U.S. Third Fleet, keeps a vigilant watch near the entrance of San Diego Harbor.  U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 1st Class Palmer Pinckney.  (RELEASED)
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Arlington, Virginia (Sept. 11, 2001) -- Medical personnel load wounded into an ambulance at the first medical triage area set up outside the Pentagon after a hijacked commercial airliner crashed into the southwest corner of the building.  U.S. Navy Photo by Journalist 1st Class Mark D. Faram (Released)
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Arlington, Virginia (Sept. 11, 2001) - Smoke and flames rose over the Pentagon late into the night, following a suspected terrorist crash of a commercial airliner into the southwest corner of the Pentagon.  Part of the building has collapsed meanwhile firefighters continue to battle the flames and look for survivors.  An exact number of casualties is unknown. The building was evacuated, as were the federal buildings in the Capitol area, including the White House.  U.S. Navy Photo by Photographers Mate 2nd Class Bob Houlihan (Released)
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Arlington, Virginia (Sept. 11, 2001) -- Medical personnel and volunteers work the first medical triage area set up outside the Pentagon after a hijacked commercial airliner crashed into the southwest corner of the building.  U.S. Navy Photo by Journalist 1st Class Mark D. Faram (Released)
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Pentagon, Arlington,  Va. (Sept. 11, 2001)  "The Pentagon is functioning" was the message Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, center, stressed during a press conference in the Pentagon briefing room barely eight hours after terrorists crashed a hijacked commercial jetliner into the national military headquarters.  Rumsfeld is fland, left to right, by Secretary of the Army Tom White, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Army General Henry Shelton, and Senators John Warner, of Virginia, and Carl Levin, of Michigan. U.S. Navy Photo by Photographers Mate 2nd Class Bob Houlihan (Released)
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