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- Pentagon Attack Victims' Families Get Financial Assistance
- Tape Proves Bin Laden's Complicity in Sept. 11 Attacks
- Dec. 11 Event Will Show Americans Won't Forget
- Pentagon Attack Mementos Saved for Future Display
- Rumsfeld at Ground Zero
- Terrorist attacks prompt danger pay, suspend PERSTEMPO clock
- Memorials honor Guard soldiers killed
- September 11 at the Pentagon
- 'Day at a Time' Gets Family Member Through Double Crisis
- 'Therapy Dogs' Help Relieve Stress for Families, Staff, Volunteers
- Guardsmen patrol National Airport
- Pentagon survivor tells of narrow escape
- Army Guard, Reserve units called up
- D.C. National Guard first to be mobilized
- Soldiers put heroic tales in black, white
- National Guard troops secure America's airports
- New medal to be civilian Purple Heart
- Anthrax vaccines not harmful to women's reproductive system, studies show
- Army not yet invoking `stop-loss'
- New York Guardsman conveys patriotism, anger in recovery effort
- NCOs key to getting on with life, keeping troops informed
- Eat right, feel right in stressful times
- Confidence in Army grows stronger than ever
- Pentagon casualty update: 125 dead or missing, 80 injured
- Army Recruiting Command achieves mission
- MDW assumes responsibility for Pentagon crash site
- Reserve components to guard America's homeland
- Tilley tells soldiers to know the basics
- National Guard chaplain, others provide comfort
- Attorney general, FBI director tour damaged Pentagon site
- Army MWR entertainment events postponed, rescheduled
- MTMC keeps DoD recruits moving to training stations
- Commercial transportation firms promise DoD support
- Commentary: U.S. sports bounce back after terrorist attacks
- Belvoir residents burn candles for two of its own
- National Guard medics assist during Pentagon attack
- White: Army, soldiers ready for war on terrorism
- Special unit vital in "Noble Eagle"
- National Guard on duty before call up
- 'Noble Eagle' needs 35,000 reservists
- Old Guard soldiers continue grim Pentagon mission
- Pentagon air quality found to be safe
- A Message to America
- Soldiers risk lives at World Trade Center
- Heroes saved lives in Pentagon fire
- Infantry general conveys Uncle Sam's respect, sympathy to victims' families
- Rescue engineers assist at Pentagon
- AAFES brings supplies to Pentagon recovery operation
- 311th Mortuary Affairs removes remains from Pentagon
- Army CID aids Pentagon recovery efforts
- Chaplains help victims of Pentagon tragedy
- Pentagon renovation reduced casualties
- Transcript of the Secretary of the Army's Remarks to Soldiers Radio and Television
- Victims' Families Need to Talk
- DoD Staff, Volunteers Aide Victims' Families
- Transcript of the Chief of Staff of the Army's Remarks to Soldiers Radio and Television
- Memorial pays tribute to Pentagon's fallen personnel
- Old Guard soldier finds Old Glory in debris
- Social worker provides advice regarding children understanding terrorism
- Soldiers lift rubble, hope for miracle
- Family Assistance Center gives aid to victims' families
- Pentagon open for business
- Soldiers pull casualties from Pentagon

The Department of Defense has established the Pentagon Family Assistance Center at the Sheraton Hotel in Crystal City, VA. All services have representatives available to provide a wide range of services including counseling, legal services, and information briefings. The Pentagon Family Assistance Center is located at 1800 Jefferson Davis Highway. Family members may contact the Pentagon Family Assistance Center at (703) 920-5789. The Family Assistance Center also has a Help Hotline: 1-800-487-3450 or (703) 920-7212. The Pentagon Family Assistance Center also has volunteer opportunities at (703) 920-5789.

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President George W. Bush honored Special Operation soldiers from the Army, Air Force and Navy in a ceremony marking the six-month anniversary of Sept. 11. More than 100 foreign ambassadors attended the ceremony along with Pentagon survivors and family members of Pentagon victims. U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Marcia Triggs

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfield shakes hands with military forces after a ceremony that marked the six-month anniversary of Sept. 11. The ceremony took place on the front lawn of the White House. President George W. Bush was the speaker and in attendance were Secretary of State Colin Powell, National Security Adviser Condaleeza Rice and Mayor Anthony Williams of Washington D.C. U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Marcia Triggs

Participants wave a sea of American flags at the Pentagon memorial service honoring the 189 victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the building. About 25,000 persons attended the service Oct. 11, 2001. Photo by Gerry J. Gilmore.

During his Sept. 24 visit to New York City, Secretary of the Army Thomas E. White meets with members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York Army National Guard and port authorities. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Carmen L. Burgess

Army Reservist Col. Gerard McEnerney of the Regional Emergency Liaison Team 2, based in Manhattan, explains to the Chief, Army Reserve, Lt. Gen. Thomas J. Plewes, various responsibilities of the Federal Emergency Management Agency. McEnerney currently works as a regional emergency preparation liaison officer at the FEMA regional operations center that was set up in midtown Manhattan following the World Trade Center disaster on Sept. 11. Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Christina Steiner, 311th Military History Detachment

Brig. Gen. Richard Colt, commander, 77th Regional Support Command, Fort Totten, N.Y., talks with New York City firefighters about their efforts following the World Trade Center attacks. Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Christina Steiner, 311th Military History Detachment

Spc. Paul Morando, broadcaster with the 361st Press Camp Headquarters, Fort Totten, N.Y., videotapes a visit by Army Reserve commander, Lt. Gen. Thomas Plewes on Sept. 15. Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Christina Steiner, 311th Military History Detachment

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