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Space Camp Scholarship Honors Young Sept. 11 Pentagon Attack Victim

His voice cracked and lips quivered as he fought back tears and tried to control his heartbroken emotions about the loss of his 11-year-old son in the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the Pentagon.

Struggling to speak recently to more than 350 attendees at the Military Child Education Coalition conference in San Antonio, Texas, Navy Chief Petty Officer Bernard Curtis Brown thanked the coalition for endowing the 2002 Bernard Curtis Brown II Memorial Space Camp Scholarship.
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Young Entrepreneurs Visit Pentagon Command Center

About 60 business professionals, members of the Young Entrepreneurs Organization, visited the Pentagon
Thursday to get a glimpse of how the military conducts business and to learn about the war against terrorism.

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Photo-Terrorist Attack 'Comfort' Quilts on Display in D.C.
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Terrorist Attack 'Comfort' Quilts on Display in D.C.

Almost immediately after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on America, citizens across the nation and overseas consoled survivors and pledged their support for the war against terrorism through colorful artwork: quilting.
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Pennsylvania Group Loans Giant U.S. Flag to Pentagon

"United We Stand, United We Sew" today loaned the Pentagon a 21-by-31-foot American flag made to honor the victims of the Sept. 11 tragedy.
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Korean Religious Leaders Donate $110,000 For Sept. 11 Memorial

Members of a South Korean religious delegation today presented DoD Comptroller Dov S.
Zakheim with a check for $110,000 to be used for a new Pentagon memorial meditation area sponsored by military chaplains.

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Sept. 11 Photo Exhibit 'Quite a Reminder,' Visitor Says

Beverley Bradley-Topping ambled from display to display down the long, curved exhibit gallery of the Women's Memorial as she slowly viewed the more than 3,500 pictures in the September 11 Photo Project.
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Mayor Views Pentagon Banner, Says America Has Changed

Mayor Mary Manross of Scottsdale, Ariz., looked proudly today at a banner from her city that hangs in the Pentagon. She said Scottsdale's gesture was motivated by a desire to "do something" in the days after the terrorist attacks
on the United States.

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Pentagon Attack Mementos Saved for Future Display

On the last day of November, a wind-swept, sullen sky tossed raindrops upon the wreaths, flowers, photographs, handwritten letters and red, white and blue flags gathered on a knoll overlooking the Pentagon.
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Photo-Utica's Talented Kids Pay Tribute
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Utica's Talented Kids Pay Tribute

It was hot and humid, but the 12- to 18-year-old singers, dancers and musicians from upstate New York knew the show must go on.
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Pentagon Memorial Design Competition Draws Global Interest

Artists, architects, sculptors and students from 43 states, a dozen prestigious academic institutions and two dozen countries are interested in designing the Pentagon Memorial.
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Pentagon Wears New Face at Dedication Capsule Ceremony

If the Pentagon was a person, it might just be smiling right now as it wears a spanking new coat of bright limestone across its western wall.
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Patriotic Corvette Lovers Gather at Pentagon

"The American eagle is sleek, fast and powerful," a top Pentagon official said here today. "So is the
American-made Corvette."

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Greatest Show on Earth Visits Pentagon Day Care

The children at the Pentagon Day Care Center received a special show from the performers of the
Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus April 3.

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Coalition Members Show Solidarity at Pentagon

Lined up with military representatives from 27 countries supporting the war on terrorism, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld today said, "Six months after the war began, it is certainly far from over, but if we stand together … the final outcome is assured."
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Eighth Grader's Idea Nets $10K to Help Rebuild Pentagon

Like teachers throughout America, Jim Sisler threw out his lesson plan for Sept. 12, 2001.

Sisler, who teaches West Virginia history at Moorefield Middle School, was more interested in engaging his students in the events of Sept. 11 than he was in local history. He asked his students what they could do to help. Eighth- grader Lasidi Helmick, 13, suggested donating money to rebuild the Pentagon.
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