» More Photos From This Disaster In The FEMA Photo Library These photos show the progress made in the reconstruction of the area damaged by the terrorist attack on the Pentagon on September 11, 2001.
Washington, DC -- One month after the September 11 attacks at the World Trade Center and Pentagon, the director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) today emphasized the agency's commitment to assist all those affected for as long as there is need. "Over the past 30 days, the people of this country have shown great determination and strength," said Director Joe M. Allbaugh. "But there are still many people in need of help. We will continue to be with them every step of the way as they move forward with the challenge of putting their lives back together."
Washington, DC --
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Public Assistance - Dollars ApprovedPublic Assistance Definitions
Public Assistance (PA): Disaster grant assistance available for communities to quickly respond to and recover from major disasters or emergencies declared by the President
Emergency Work (Categories A-B): Work that must be performed to reduce or eliminate an immediate threat to life, protect public health and safety, and to protect improved property that is significantly threatened due to disasters or emergencies declared by the President
Permanent Work (Categories C-G): Work that is required to restore a damaged facility, through repair or restoration, to its pre-disaster design, function, and capacity in accordance with applicable codes and standards
*Dollars Approved: Assistance dollars approved but not necessarily disbursed.
*Dollars Obligated: Funds made available to the State via electronic transfer following FEMA's final review and approval of Public Assistance projects.
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Arlington, VA -- Urban Search and Rescue workers from New Mexico are
working in a basket at the Pentagon crash site.