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Release No: 447-01
September 21, 2001


The Department of Defense confirmed today that the following people were killed as a result of the attack on the Pentagon. This brings to 52 the number of unaccounted victims positively identifed, not including the individual who later succumbed to wounds suffered in the attack.


Ms. Amella V. Fields, Department of the Army civilian, 36, Dumfries, Va.

Ms. Diane M. Hale-McKinzy, Department of the Army civilian, 38, Alexandria, Va.

Sgt. Maj. Lacey B. Ivory, 43, Mo.

Lt. Col. (Ret.) Gary F. Smith, 55, Alexandria, Va.

Maj. Kip P. Taylor, 38, Mi.

Mr. Edmond Young, Department of the Army contractor, BTG, Inc.


Cmdr. William Howard Donovan, Jr., 37, Nunda, N.Y.

Ms. Judith Jones, Department of the Navy civilian, 53, Woodbridge, VA

Defense Agencies:

Ms. Shelley A. Marshall, Marbury, Md.

Ms. Patricia E. (Patti) Mickley, Springfield, Va.

Mr. Charles E. Sabin, Burke, Va.

Mr. Karl W. Teepe, Centreville, Va.

As a result of the attack, 125 people were killed or remain unaccounted, not including the 64 passengers on the plane. To date, 117 remains have been recovered and transported to Dover Air Force Base, Del. for identification. Search and recovery operations continue.

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