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 THE RETALIATION

The battlefield
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The enemy
Afghans are tough, determined

The aftermath
Replacing the Taliban

Maps
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Bomb covers 10 football fields
New bomb used for first time

 THE SUSPECTS

The 19 suspected hijackers
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 THE ATTACK

Sept. 11, 2001
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To give goods

The Salvation Army in Massachusetts will be collecting the following items, requested by its New York affiliate, through 4 p.m. today (and longer, for gathering efforts that were already under way), because its warehouses from here to New York are full:

  • Heavy-duty work boots
  • Asbestos-grade masks
  • Bottled water
  • Canned tuna/meats
  • Eyedrops
  • Gatorade
  • Peanut butter and jelly
  • New adult clothing (particularly jeans, shirts, underwear and socks, for use by volunteers)
  • Generators
  • Flashlights
  • Coffee
  • Work globes
  • Garbage cans
  • Hand trucks
These items may be dropped off at any of The Salvation Army's 83 locations statewide, which are listed at www.salvationarmy-ma.org. The charity will still be collecting monetary donations.

To give services

The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (800-293-4031) and the Massachusetts Medical Society (www.massmed.org are maintaining lists of volunteers, but MEMA is discouraging callers from going to New York.

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