Firefighters and Soldiers Unfurling Flag at Pentagon
Original caption: Military service members render honors September 12, 2001 as fire and rescue workers unfurl a huge American flag over the side of the Pentagon during rescue and recovery efforts following the September 11 terrorist attack. The attack came at approximately 9:40 a.m. local time as a hijacked commercial airliner, originating from Washington's Dulles airport, was flown into the southern side of the building. Two other hijacked airliners were crashed into New York's World Trade Center and another airliner was crashed in rural Pennsylvania, near Pittsburgh. REUTERS/U.S. Navy photo-Michael W. Pendergrass
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