The men and women of the Armed Forces of the United States protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America. Both Military and Civilians are honored at the 9-11 Memorial inside the Pentagon. Also see the Navy Memorial.

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Defense Of Freedon
Stain Glass
The stained glass in the Pentagon Chapel was hand crafted by the family members and loved ones of those who were lost. There is a red piece of glass for each person who died during September 11, 2001. In the center, the Eagle which holds in its claws the Olive Leaves having the focus on peace. Behind the Eagle is our Nations Flag – the Red, White, and Blue. Below is a picture of the Pentagon – the Headquarters for the Department of Defense. The ground breaking for the construction of the Pentagon was 11 September 1941. Civilians were honored with the Defense of Freedom medal after the tragedy of September 11, 2001.
Visitors to the 9-11 Memorial include family members that lost loved ones during the tragedy. We have had the opportunity to encourage, and share with these and others here at the Pentagon.
The 911 memorial is supported by the Eagle's Watch Foundation.

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