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Photos of Remembrance, September 11, 2002

U.S. Marines lower the American flag flying over the White House to half staff at midnight Tuesday, September 10, 2002 to mark the anniversary of September 11. Pictured in the background is the Eisenhower Executive Office Building. President George W. Bush and Laura Bush light a candle at St. John Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C., during a private service of prayer and remembrance Wednesday morning, September 11, 2002. Sitting in front of the rebuilt section of the Pentagon, service personnel and families listen to President George W. Bush at the Pentagon Observance Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002. "One year ago, men and women and children were killed here because they were Americans. And because this place is a symbol to the world of our country's might and resolve," said the President. "Today, we remember each life. We rededicate this proud symbol and we renew our commitment to win the war that began here." Attending the Pentagon Observance ceremony, President George W. Bush and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld say the Pledge of Allegiance before speaking Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2002.
President George W. Bush and Laura Bush participate in a wreath-laying ceremony near the site of the crash where seven crew members and 33 passengers died when the plane crashed in Somerset County. Officials believe the plane was heading for a target in Washington, D.C., when the passengers fought back against the four hijackers. President George W. Bush talks to relatives of the victims from Flight 93 after laying a wreath at the crash site in Somerset County Pennsylvania on September 11, 2002. President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush walk down the ramp to Ground Zero in New York City on September 11, 2002 to lay a wreath at the site. After a day of memorials and tributes, President Bush reflects on the past year in an address to the nation from Ellis Island in New York City, September 11, 2002.