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The Nation's First 9/11 Memorial

Seven years after the tragic events of 9/11, the memorial park, featuring 184 light benches for the 184 victims that lost their life at the Pentagon, will be dedicated.

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Survivors of Terrorist Attack Find Consolation in March to Pentagon
Article | Each year for the past four, Aline Tyler registered to participate in the annual America Supports You Freedom Walk to commemorate the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001, and to honor the country's veterans.
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A Long-Awaited Opening, Bringing Closure to Many
Article | Surely no one who had seen the Pentagon burning seven years ago could have envisioned the scene that unfolded there yesterday.
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Creating a Place Like No Other
Article | The Pentagon Memorial was designed in a studio on Amsterdam Avenue in Manhattan, but not the kind with skyline views or a brass nameplate on the office door. No, the 280-square-foot studio apartment where Keith Kaseman and Julie Beckman were living at the time was decidedly more modest than that.

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