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New York, N.Y. (Sept. 13, 2001) -- A New York City fire fighter looks up at what remains of the World Trade Center after its collapse during a Sept. 11 terrorist attack.  U.S. Navy Photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Jim Watson.  (RELEASED)
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The Atlantic Ocean (Sept. 12, 2001) -- USS George Washington (CVN 73) underway off of the East Coast of the United States providing additional air defense after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in New York City and the Pentagon in Arlington, Va.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class J. Scott Campbell.  (RELEASED)
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Sasebo, Japan (Apr. 25, 2002) -- The U.S. Navy Los Angeles attack submarine USS La Jolla (SSN 701) with the deep submergence rescue vehicle Mystic (DSRV-1) attached, is escorted by the Japanese Coast Guard as it pulls out of Sasebo harbor to participate in the submarine rescue Exercise Pacific Reach 2002.  La Jolla and Mystic will operate with surface ships and submarines from the U.S., Japan, Australia, the Republic of Korea and the Republic of Singapore during Exercise Pacific Reach.  Mystic was specifically designed to fill the need for an improved means of rescuing the crew of a submarine immobilized on the ocean floor.  It can operate independently of surface conditions or under ice for rapid response to an accident anywhere in the world.  U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 3rd Class Wes Eplen. (RELEASED)
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Washington, D.C., (Mar.12, 2002) -- Federal, state and local authorities, law enforcement agents and the American people need to know about terrorist threats as quickly as possible.  To ensure that happens, President Bush today signed a directive creating the Homeland Security Advisory System.  This system is the foundation for building an effective communications structure.  Government officials characterize levels of vigilance, preparedness and readiness in a series of graduated threat conditions. Threat Condition Green represents the lowest level of preparedness while Red the most severe. These threat conditions would help federal, state and local government officials, law enforcement agents and citizens decide what action they could take to help counter and respond to terrorist activity.  Image courtesy the Homeland Defense web site at http://www.whitehouse.gov/homeland.  (RELEASED)
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Naval Station Anacostia, Washington, D.C. (Sept. 13, 1999) -- Members of the U.S. Park Police "SWAT" team take down "terrorists" who were holding hostages at Naval Station Anacostia. The anti-terrorist exercise pitted police against the chemical biological warfare terrorists. Taking part in the day-long exercise were the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force, the Naval District Washington Police, Naval District Washington Fire and Hazmat, the U.S. Capitol Police, U.S. Park Police, U.S. Army Technical Escort Unit and the Washington Metropolitan Fire and Hazmat unit. U.S. Navy photo by Photographers Mate 2nd Class Jim Watson. (RELEASED)
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Great Lakes, IL. (Feb. 19, 2002) -- Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Billy Carver shows his Navy Achievement Medal to his son, following an awards ceremony at the Navys Technical Training Center.  139 Sailors assigned to primary and auxiliary security details throughout the Naval Station received recognition for their tireless efforts to increase force protection following the Sept. 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, D.C. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 1st Class Michael Worner. (RELEASED)
020110-N-6967M-501 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Jan. 10, 2002 -- Lance Cpl. Robert Devlin, from 2nd Military Police battalion 2nd Force Service Support Group, displays restraints used for transporting detainees to Camp X-Ray.  Camp X-Ray will be one of the holding facilities for Taliban and Al Qaida detainees.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 1st Class Shane T. McCoy.  (RELEASED)
020110-N-3235P-503 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Jan. 10, 2002 -- Marine security teams take up positions during a rehearsal for handling incoming detainees at Camp X-Ray, one of the holding facilities for Taliban and Al Qaida detainees.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 1st Class Michael W. Pendergrass (RELEASED)
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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Jan. 10, 2002 -- Watchtower security teams at Camp X-Ray man positions during a rehearsal for handling incoming detainees.  Camp X-Ray will be one of the holding facilities for Taliban and Al Qaida detainees. U.S. Navy photo by Photographers Mate 1st Class Shane T. McCoy (RELEASED)
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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Jan. 10, 2002 -- A Marine positions himself behind 50 cal. gun mounted on a Humvee all terrain vehicle during a convoy detainee rehearsal run from the airport to Camp X-Ray.  Camp X-Ray will be one of the holding facilities for Taliban and Al Qaida detainees.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographers Mate 1st Class Michael W. Pendergrass  (RELEASED)
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Apra Harbor, Guam (Oct. 31, 2001) -- Members of Inshore Boat Unit Seventeen (IBU 17) patrol the waters of Apra Harbor, Guam.  IBU 17, homeported in San Diego, Calif., are providing inter-coastal security on the island of Guam. U.S. Navy Photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Alan D. Monyelle. (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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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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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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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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