Friday, September 14, 2001
- Both Black Boxes
are recovered from The Pentagon Crash Site
and sent to the NTSB lab in Washington for analysis.
- The Senate approves a $40 billion emergency aid package.
- Congress passes the use of force resolution.
- FAA reopens the three New York area airports.
- FBI issues statement
listing the 19 hijackers.
- Department of Defense Briefing
- President George W. Bush speaks
during a prayer service at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C..
- President George W. Bush declares
- Briefing by Secretary of State Colin Powell
- Department of Defense Briefing on Activating Reserves
- Statement by Attorney General John Ashcroft
- President George W. Bush arrives in Manhattan, New York to visit Ground Zero.
- Department of Defense Briefing on the Pentagon
- FAA opens
national airspace to general aircraft.
- President George W. Bush addresses
New York rescue workers.
- Boston's Logan International Airport will reopen at 5 A.M. Saturday.
- FBI confirms that the voice recorder black box
has been found at the Pennsylvania crash site.
- Congress joins the Senate in authorizing President Bush to use "all necessary force." Only Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) dissented.