Remembering 9/11

By Defense DepartmentSeptember 11, 2008

Lorin Pfiel, a Healing Field Foundation volunteer, arranges an American flag Sept. 10, 2008, at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. Pfiel was one of about 200 volunteers who set up nearly 3,000 flags in honor of the vicitms and families of the 9/11 attacks.
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Lorin Pfiel, a Healing Field Foundation volunteer, arranges an American flag Sept. 10, 2008, at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. Pfiel was one of about 200 volunteers who set up nearly 3,000 flags in honor of the vicitms and families of the 9/11 attacks. (Photo Credit: Defense Dept. photo by Army Staff Sgt. Michael J. Carden) VIEW ORIGINAL
About 200 people were on hand with the Healing Field Foundation Sept. 10, 2008, at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., to set up a dedication of nearly 3,000 American flags in honor of the victims and families of 9/11.
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – About 200 people were on hand with the Healing Field Foundation Sept. 10, 2008, at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., to set up a dedication of nearly 3,000 American flags in honor of the victims and families of 9/11. (Photo Credit: Defense Dept. photo by Army Staff Sgt. Michael J. Carden) VIEW ORIGINAL
Pfc. Mohamed Mustafa, Virginia Army National Guard soldier and George Mason University Reserve Officers Training Corps cadet, participates in an American flag dedication at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., Sept. 10, 2008. The dedication was headed by the Healing Field Foundation, and about 200 volunteers were on hand to place and set up nearly 3,000 American flags in the Pentagon parking lot in honor of the victims and families of the 9/11 attacks.
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Pfc. Mohamed Mustafa, Virginia Army National Guard soldier and George Mason University Reserve Officers Training Corps cadet, participates in an American flag dedication at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., Sept. 10, 2008. The dedication was headed by the Healing Field Foundation, and about 200 volunteers were on hand to place and set up nearly 3,000 American flags in the Pentagon parking lot in honor of the victims and families of the 9/11 attacks. (Photo Credit: Defense Dept. photo by Army Staff Sgt. Michael J. Carden) VIEW ORIGINAL
The sun rises over the main stage before the start of the Pentagon Memorial dedication ceremony Sept. 11, 2008. The national memorial is the first to be dedicated to those killed at the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001. The site contains 184 inscribed memorial units honoring the 59 people aboard American Airlines Flight 77 and the 125 in the building who lost their lives that day.
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The sun rises over the main stage before the start of the Pentagon Memorial dedication ceremony Sept. 11, 2008. The national memorial is the first to be dedicated to those killed at the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001. The site contains 184 inscribed memorial units honoring the 59 people aboard American Airlines Flight 77 and the 125 in the building who lost their lives that day. (Photo Credit: Defense Dept. photo by U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Adam Stump) VIEW ORIGINAL