VIRTUAL EXHIBIT

Army Resolve:
 Looking Back At 9/11

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We Remember

The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 forever changed the United States and the U.S. Army. To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the attacks, the National Museum has created a special exhibit in partnership with Google Arts & Culture. This online exhibit of artifacts, art, images, and Soldier stories reflect the Army’s experience surrounding 9/11. A selection of highlights are found below. Visit Google Arts & Culture for a closer look.

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Soldier Profiles -Explore the personal histories and profiles of Soldiers who were forever impacted by the events of September 11, 2001. Learn More!

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Monuments Men -Leslie D. Jensen is a professional museum curator who, after the September 11 attack on the Pentagon, led a team of Army curators to identify and retrieve items of historic interest. This is his account.Learn More!

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Congressional Gold Medal -Explore the history of Public Law 112-76, establishing three Congressional Gold Medals to honor the men and women who perished as a result of the terrorist attacks on the United States.Learn More!

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Images -Explore more images of the terrorist attacks on the Pentagon and Ground Zero, as well as our military’s response.

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Oral Interviews -Watch and listen to oral interviews conducted with Soldiers who have a personal connection to September 11, 2001.Learn More!

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Google Arts & Culture -Explore more content at Google Arts & Culture.

“None of us will ever forget this day, yet we go forward to defend freedom and all that is good and just in our world.”

President George W. Bush, September 11, 2001

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“Plan Accordingly”

Colonel Gary N. Cassidy, 2002, Oil on Canvas, 58″ H x 68″ L, U.S. Army…

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Melted Coin Cluster

These coins were recovered from the Pentagon following the September 11, 2001, attack by a…

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Journal

Chaplain (Captain) Timothy Mallard’s journal reveals his ministry during rescue and recovery from the aftermath…

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I-Beam

This short section of mangled I-Beam from the World Trade Center is currently on display…

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Handmade Card

This card was made for the rescue workers by a fourth grader at Hancock Elementary…

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“Big Country”

1st Lt. Heather C. Englehart, August 2004, Acrylic and Watercolor on Paper, 9″ H x…

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Dedication Stone

This is an original stone recovered from the burning west section of the Pentagon. Soot…

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“I’ll Be Fine Guys”

Sfc. Juan C. Munoz, 2019, Watercolor and Ink on Paper, 12” H x 13” L,…

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Anaconda Patch

Following the September 11 attacks, it was determined that al Qaeda was utilizing Afghanistan as…

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