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Release No: 430-01
September 14, 2001


The Department of Defense announced today a revised estimate of the number of personnel unaccounted for in Tuesday's attack on the Pentagon.

These numbers do not include any of the estimated 64 passengers on American Airlines Flight #77.


  • 21 Military
  • 47 Army Civilians
  • 6 Contractors


  • 33 Military
  • 9 Navy Civilians

Defense Agencies: 9

Total estimate is now 125. The original estimate for Defense Agencies was 10, which inadvertantly included one DoD employee on American Airlines Flight #77, Mr. Bryan C. Jack.

All names of those who remain unaccounted for have been released. For Army personnel, see For Navy personnel, see See for Department of Defense personnel.

Search and recovery efforts continue and any additional revisions will be provided as necessary.

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