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    Pentagon Battered but Firm

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    On the day after the attack, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) technical teams evaluated how to make the Pentagon crash site safer for rescue workers.
    Photo: Jocelyn Augustino/ FEMA News Photo

     

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    The collapsed section of the Pentagon building was inspected safely from a crane basket.
    Photo: Jocelyn Augustino/ FEMA News Photo

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    Firefighters and military personnel together unfurled the flag over the side of the Pentagon near the crash site.
    Photo: Jocelyn Augustino/ FEMA News Photo

     

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    US&R crews built columns to support the collapsed structure.
    Photo: Jocelyn Augustino/ FEMA News Photo

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    US&R crews cleared debris and strengthened support at the crash site.
    Photo: Jocelyn Augustino/ FEMA News Photo

     

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    Heavy shoring and fallen debris at the Pentagon.
    Photo: Jocelyn Augustino/ FEMA News Photo

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    Gus, a rescue dog with Tennessee Task Force One Search & Rescue, searched for survivors on the third say after the Pentagon attack.
    Photo: Jocelyn Augustino/ FEMA News Photo

     

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    A temporary gravel pad was built so heavy machinery could clear rubble from the disaster site.
    Photo: Jocelyn Augustino/ FEMA News Photo

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    One week after the attack, debris removal workers paused during their efforts to raise the collapsed Pentagon roof.
    Photo: Jocelyn Augustino/ FEMA News Photo

     

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    Nighttime view of the damaged Pentagon building, with Washington D.C. in the background.
    Photo: Jocelyn Augustino/ FEMA News Photo

     

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