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Deputy Editor Katherine is deputy editor of Government Executive Media Group, a division of Atlantic Media, where she oversees editorial coverage for GovExec.com and Government Executive magazine. She previously was executive editor of Nextgov.
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Rumsfeld calls up reservists, dodges questions about deployments

September 20, 2001 Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld on Thursday ordered more than 5,000 members of the Air National Guard and the Air Force Reserve to report to active duty. The reservists are from 29 units in 24 states and the District of Columbia. They are the first troops to be called up after...

Defense Department signs contract to begin rebuilding Pentagon

September 17, 2001 Defense Department officials on Saturday awarded a contract to begin rebuilding portions of the Pentagon damaged in the Sept. 11 terrorist attack. Hensel Phelps Construction Co. of Chantilly, Va., was awarded the initial $145 million contract and was to begin work immediately. Hensel Phelps will also continue the Pentagon's ongoing...

As search for missing continues, Pentagon mobilizes for war

September 17, 2001 Search and rescue teams worked around the clock over the weekend to recover bodies of the 188 people believed to have died last week when terrorists commandeered American Airlines Flight 77 and crashed it into the Pentagon. The estimate includes 124 military, civilian and contractor employees who were working in...

Pentagon personnel mourn fallen comrades, begin rebuilding

September 14, 2001 Hundreds of Defense Department civilians, soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines strode through soot-filled hallways into a fifth-floor auditorium at the Pentagon Friday to pray for the wisdom of their leaders and to honor fallen comrades. The emotional, standing-room only crowds at three ecumenical religious services and a Catholic mass three...

As terror unfolded, 'a sense of helplessness'

September 14, 2001 Army Brig. Gen. Clyde Vaughn was attending a meeting in northern Virginia Tuesday morning when he was interrupted by an urgent call from his boss on his cell phone. The message: Return to the Pentagon immediately. Terrorists have attacked the World Trade Center. Vaughn is the Pentagon's director of support...

190 presumed dead in Pentagon attack; military readies next move

September 13, 2001 6:30 p.m.--Approximately 190 people are presumed dead as a result of the terrorist attack on the Pentagon Tuesday. That number includes 126 military, civilian and contractor employees who were in the Pentagon and the 64 passengers on hijacked American Airlines Flight 77, which crashed into the building, destroying portions of...

Bush tours Pentagon devastation; casualty figures remain unclear

September 12, 2001 10:30 PM--As President Bush toured the Pentagon and visited military service members and Defense civilians involved in search and rescue efforts, Pentagon officials continued to hope that casualty figures in the terrorist attack on the building Tuesday would be lower than initailly reported. Defense officials declined to speculate on the...

Pentagon rescue efforts continue as hundreds feared dead

September 12, 2001 1:30 p.m. -- The Pentagon opened for business today less than 24 hours after terrorists drove a commercial airliner into the building, killing untold scores of Defense employees. The area of the Pentagon where the aircraft struck and burned sustained catastrophic damage. Anyone who might have survived the initial impact...

Defense Secretary says casualties 'will not be few'

September 11, 2001 7:30 PM--In a Pentagon briefing more symbolic than it was informative, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld told reporters Tuesday evening the Pentagon would reopen for business Wednesday, despite the devastating terrorist attack on the building. Rumsfeld declined to speculate about the number of casualties, but allowed "it will not be a...

At Defense Inc., Rules Are Changing

September 1, 2001 efense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld lives by the rule book. The former corporate executive and public servant has whittled his decades of experience down to "Rumsfeld's Rules," a collection of pithy quotes, military maxims and folksy wisdom he copyrighted 20 years ago to serve as guidelines for life and work. The...

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