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Mary Feltis, widow of Pentagon Police Officer James Feltis, is embraced at Quantico National Cemetery. (Jahi Chikwendiu - The Washington Post)
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Post coverage of the attack on the Pentagon and its local impact.

A Farewell to Slain Pentagon Police Officer 
In the crisp winter wind, mourners said goodbye to James M. Feltis III, the first Pentagon police officer to be killed in the line of duty.

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At the Pentagon, Class Dismissed: Parents Question Decision to Close Day-Care Center in Fall Over Security (Post, July 15, 2004)

Workers Push to Fortify Military Headquarters: World's Largest Reconstruction Keeps Pace (Post, Sept. 7, 2003)

For Pentagon, a Memorial 'Like No Other': Panel Picks Design Featuring Lighted Benches, Trees (Post, March 4, 2003)

GAO Reports on 9/11 Charities: Office Says Lack of Coordination Made Distribution Difficult (Post, Jan. 2, 2003)

Designs for the Living: Six Wide-Open Visions Vie to Be Memorial to Pentagon's Sept. 11 Victims (Post, Oct. 18, 2002)

Soldiers Returning Home to Mingled Joy, Jitters (Post, Sept. 26, 2002)

Residents Unprepared For Attack, Leaders Say: Business Officials Fault Governments' Efforts (Post, Sept. 21, 2002)

Day of Remembrance, Recommitment (Post, Sept. 12, 2002)

Recalling Losses Close to Home On Another 9/11 (Post, Sept. 12, 2002)

A City Touched By a War Unseen: New Kind of Combat Is Felt in Quiet Ways (Post, Sept. 10, 2002)

Alive, but Not the Same: Pain, Loss Are Pentagon Survivor's New Reality (Post, Sept. 10, 2002)

Stitches for Broken Hearts: 'Pentagon Quilts' Go on Exhibit (Post, Sept. 5, 2002)

For 9/11, Time Out and Time Off at Area Companies (Post, Sept. 5, 2002)

Reinforcing a Powerful Symbol: Pentagon's Operation Phoenix Rises Out of the Ashes (Post, Sept. 3, 2002)

Taking Painful Steps as One: Pentagon Walk Honors Victims Of All Attacks (Post, Sept. 2, 2002)

Facing the Scene of Disaster: 9/11 Service Planned at Rebuilt Pentagon Wall, But Pain Will Keep Some Victims' Families Away (Post, Sept. 1, 2002)

Retaking a Lost Position: Pentagon Workers Return to Rebuilt Section of E Ring (Post, Aug. 16, 2002)

More Street Restrictions Considered: D.C. Officials Suggest Additional Truck Limits in Push to Reopen E Street NW (Post, Aug. 10, 2002)

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