A completely new resource for me is a six-year-old effort at awarding honors for taking pictures on September 11, 2001, and its aftermath---The Best of Photojournalism 2002. The Internet Archive has never heard of these web pages before, so I don't know when they went up online. Almost the whole batch is unfamiliar to me (and where they are familiar, they are all part of the same entry,) which leads me to think they are of recent public vintage.
A poor effort indeed. Not least because I could match up a couple of these with better shots. This image depicts a nice blank expression:
ATTACK A woman is helped after the terrorist attack at the Pentagon in Arlington, VA.
But since we know the identity of this victim through the Moussaoui trial exhibits---her name is Nancy McKeown---we can know her to be the terrific actress she really is. Now, this is emoting!
Military personnel rush to help victims from the terrorist attack at the Pentagon in Arlington,
Va. What are these people doing over here at this bus stop?
The rest our kind of generic or repetitive.
ATTACK Medical aid is administered to a victim of the terrorist attack at the Pentagon in Arlington, VA.
ATTACK Medical aid is administered to a victim of the terrorist attack Major John Thurman at the Pentagon in Arlington, VA.
In the wake of multiple terrorist attacks on the U.S. Pictured, a view of the Pentagon as emergency equipment and rescue operations continue.
ATTACK Military personnel help victims from the terrorist attack at the Pentagon in Arlington, Va.
ATTACK On September 11th terrorist attack the Pentagon killed and wounded many . Military personal attended to the wounded as they were pulled out of the building with the fear that another plane could come at any minute.