September 11, 2007
Fire fighters and military personnel unfurl a large American Flag from the roof of the Pentagon during the Sept. 12, 2001, visit of President George W. Bush to the site of the previous day's terrorist attack on the Pentagon.
A family member of a victim who was killed during the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the Pentagon holds yellow roses and an American flag in remembrance of his loved one. Family members visited the Pentagon on Sept. 15 and were allowed to see the impact...
Local firefighters and rescue personnel join those who escaped the burning building in rescue efforts Tuesday morning following the terrorist attack on the Pentagon.
Interstate 395, Virginia's main artery into the Pentagon and Washington, is closed off Tuesday following the crash of a hijacked plane into the Department of Defense headquarters allowing helicopters to evacuate the injured.
Minutes after the dust settles from the outer wall of the Pentagon falling Tuesday morning, rescue personnel return to the scene to continue efforts.
Military personnel from throughout the Pentagon unite to assist and remove the injured after the terrorist strike on the United States Tuesday morning.
The hijacked airliner that slammed into the Pentagon Sept. 15 caused massive damage to the building and killed almost 200 people. Massive recovery efforts were underway by a variety of governmental agencies that included the 3rd U.S. Army Infantry (the...
Family members of people killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the Pentagon place flowers, flags and other items of remembrance on a memorial stand outside the building.
Local firefighters helped douse the blaze at the Pentagon, Sept. 11th.