FBI releases unseen photos of 9/11 attack on Pentagon


Never-seen photos from the September 11, 2001 assault on the Pentagon discharged by the FBI this week demonstrate the monstrous demolition that confronted specialists on call. 

Twenty-seven pictures from that day delineate the pulverized dividers, bursting fires and killed insides of the seat of the US Bureau of Guard. 

The American Aircrafts stream that struck the Pentagon was one of four carriers captured by Al-Qaeda groups and utilized as weapons in the deadliest dread assault ever on US soil.





When the Pentagon was hit, two other airliners had already been flown into New York's World Trade Center; the fourth plane crashed in a field in Pennsylvania after passengers rose up against the hijackers.


One poignant shot shows an American flag tangled in concrete-and-rebar wreckage being cleared by a tractor.
Another shows rescuers crouched as a blaze consumes part of west side of the building.
In another, helmeted and gas-masked rescuers watch as a dog sniffs the rubble in the search for survivors and bodies.



In all, nearly 3,000 people died in the attacks, most of them at the World Trade Center.

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