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Arlington. Va. (Sept. 12, 2001) -- Military servicemembers render honors as fire and rescue workers unfurl a huge American flag over the side of the Pentagon during rescue and recovery efforts following the Sept 11 terrorist attack.  The attack came at approximately 9:40 a.m. as a hijacked commercial airliner, originating from Washington D.C.'s Dulles airport, was flown into the southern side of the building facing Route 27.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 1st Class Michael W. Pendergrass.  (RELEASED)
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Arlington, Virginia (Sept. 11, 2001) -- Smoke pours from the southwest corner of the Pentagon after a hijacked commercial airliner crashed into 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 are 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) -- A 200-foot gash exposes interior sections of the Pentagon following a suspected terrorist crash of a commercial airliner into the southwest corner of the building.  Part of the building has collapsed meanwhile firefighters continue to battle the flames and look for survivors.  An exact number of casualties are 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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Pentagon, Washington, D.C. (Apr. 26, 2002)  Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Vern Clark presents the Purple Heart to retired Navy Lt. Kevin Shaeffer who sustained serious life threatening injuries, when the Navy Command Center where he worked, exploded into a ball of fire and collapsed ceiling, after terrorists flew a hijacked airliner into the southwestern wedge of the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001. During the ceremony Adm. Clark summed it up this way, "We talk about sacrifice in our profession. We have a medal like the Purple Heart to recognize individuals who have suffered greatly, and Kevin Shaeffer is such a person. Kevin Shaeffer will never forget 9/11. He was burned over 40 percent of his body. He will undergo dozens of surgeries before this is all over. Kevin, I want you to know that we are inspired by your example."  U.S. Navy photo by Photographers Mate 1st Dewitt D. Roseborough. (RELEASED)
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At sea aboard USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) Mar. 23, 2002 -- Aviation Machinist's Mate 2nd Class Robert Castrence from San Diego, CA, performs maintenance on a jet aircraft intake.  John C. Stennis  and Carrier Air Wing Nine (CVW-9) are deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's 3rd Class Quinton Jackson.  (RELEASED)
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At sea aboard USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63) Mar. 24, 2002 -- Interior Communications Electrician 3rd Class Christopher Stough from St. Louis, MO, stands watch at the Integrated Launch and Recovery Television System (ILARTS).  Petty Officer Stough is responsible for monitoring six of fourteen cameras covering the flight deck that make up ILARTS.  Kitty Hawk is conducting work-ups in preparation for an upcoming extended underway period and is the Navy's only permanently forward-deployed aircraft carrier, operating out of Yokosuka, Japan.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class LaTunya Howard.  (RELEASED)
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White House South Lawn, Washington, D.C., (Mar. 11, 2002)  More than 1,000 people gathered with President Bush on a chilly Monday morning for a six-month remembrance of the Sept. 11, 2001, attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.  Members from 29 coalition nations in the worldwide fight against terrorism, more than 120 ambassadors, members of Congress, the Bush Cabinet, Supreme Court and armed forces also attended.  Photo by Rudi Williams. (RELEASED)
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The Pentagon, Washington D.C. (Mar. 11, 2002) -- Ms. Jeannie Phillips, part of the mother-daughter team that writes that nationally syndicated column "Dear Abby," chats with Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable Gordon England.  Secretary England thanked Ms. Phillips for her efforts to help military families and boost morale of American troops stationed around the world via her column and website.  Operation Dear Abby began in the 1960's and has generated millions of letters of encouragement for service members everywhere.  U.S. Navy photo by Chief Photographers Mate Dolores L. Parlato.  (RELEASED)
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Pentagon, Washington, DC (Mar. 8, 2002) -- The Navy Command Center is operational and monitoring the U.S. Navy Fleet just as it did prior to the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001.  The Command Center moved back to the Pentagon in February, and will be fully restored later this summer.  The center, which is manned 24 hours a day, maintains a constant watch on the fleet, keeping the U.S. Navy's senior leadership informed of global developments.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class R. Deuce Rubio.  (RELEASED)
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Arlington, Va. (Feb 6, 2002) -- Reconstruction of the Pentagon continues nearly around-the-clock as construction crews pour cement for floors and walls to replace those damaged in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack on the building.  DoD photo by Grant Greenwalt.  (RELEASED)
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(Feb. 13, 2002) -- Secretary of the Navy, The Honorable Gordon R. England, (center), accompanied by Commandant of the Marine Corps General James L. Jones, (right), and Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Vern Clark, (left), testify before the House Armed Service Committee on the proposed fiscal year 2003 budget. This year's proposed U.S. Navy budget is the largest in two decades.  U.S. Navy photo by Chief Photographers Mate Dolores Parlato.  (RELEASED)
020123-N-5636P-001 Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C. (Jan. 23, 2002) -- Secretary of the Navy the Honorable Gordon England (right), signs an agreement with San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown (left), transferring the former Hunter's Point Naval Ship Yard to the city of San Francisco, CA, during a ceremony held in the office of Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif), (top right).  Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif), (top left) helped sponsor a bill to clean up Hunter's Point before its transfer. The agreement allows the city to develop parcels of ready land, while clean up of the facility continues.  U.S. Navy photo by Chief Photographers Mate Dolores L. Parlato.  (RELEASED)
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Andrews Air Force Base, MD (May 18, 2001) -- General Henry H. Shelton, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff presents awards to 24 crew members of the captured U.S. Navy EP-3E Aries II electronic surveillance aircraft, who were detained by Chinese military authorities on Hainan Island, Peoples Republic of China, March 31, 2001, following a mid-air collision with a Chinese F-8 fighter over international waters.  The presentations were made during opening ceremonies of the 2001 Department of Defense Open House at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland.  U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Joseph Lozada.  (RELEASED)
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WASHINGTON, DC (May 24, 2001) -- The 72nd Secretary of Navy, The Honorable Gordon  R. England, center, in congratulated  by Admiral Vern Clark, right, Chief of Naval Operations, and General James L. Jones, left, Commandant of the Marine Corps, just moments after he took the oath of office during a small ceremony at the Pentagon. U.S. Navy Photo by Photographers Mate Chief  Dolores L. Parlato. (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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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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