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Topic - Lisa Dolan
The ceremony marking the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attack on the Pentagon began long before the more than 1,000 survivors, family members and others would arrive, when organizers in the early dawn unfurled a U.S. flag next to the spot where the hijacked plane hit the building.
Mrs. Dolan also said that keeping the memories alive is important for children too young to know about the tragic day.
Mrs. Dolan said she comes to the memorial every year and that this year's ceremony of placing a wreath on each victim's memorial bench brought special meaning.