Remember  

"We pray that God will comfort the hearts of the many families who have lost loved ones in these heinous attacks, and we pray that our country, now faced with one of the greatest tragedies and most difficult challenges in our history, will react with vigor, justice and wisdom."

- Rabbi Kerry Baker


 CLASS ROLL CALL
(For the Classes who know they have members in the areas of attack)
CLASS OF '82
CLASS OF '86
CLASS OF '87

  PARTIAL LIST OF NAMES OF UNACCOUNTED FOR AT THE PENTAGON-NAVY

ARMY UNACCOUNTED

 

 Pictures of the aftermath from the class of '82  Pete Earle '96: A Volunteer at Ground Zero

The West Point Societies' Emergency Relief Fund

USMA Grads killed or missing on September 11, 2001

 Post your general thoughts or messages

Read messages

CNN VICTIM PICTURE LINK
PARTIAL LIST OF VICTIMS
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE NEWS RELEASES

The world mourns with us
A Nations Strength

Guides For Proper Use of the U.S. Flag
SITE ONE
SITE TWO


The corps shows their thoughts

Poems sent in by cadets

POEM of REMEMBRANCE
The “Big Apple,” robbed of its core

 

No. 193-P
September 16, 2001

Update on Pentagon Donations

The Department of Defense suggests that anyone considering making a donation contact one or more of the organizations listed below.

Army Emergency Relief Society Pentagon Victims Fund, (703) 325-0463, http://www.aerhq.org
Navy & Marine Corps Relief Society Pentagon Assistance Fund, (703) 696-4904, http://www.nmcrs.org
Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund, (303) 933-7580, http://www.feea.org
Additional information regarding donations may be obtained from the Federal Emergency Management Agency at http://www.fema.gov/nwz01/nwz01_103.htm

The Department of Defense asks that anyone wishing to make a donation not call the toll free number of the Pentagon Family Assistance Center. That number is reserved for families.

 


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