As he surveyed the lifeless bodies surrounding him, Andr� Hollis was certain he should have been one of them.

The windows of his office in the E-ring on the second floor were blown in, and 22 co-workers in neighboring offices were killed. Combined with the passengers on American Airlines Flight 77 that crashed into the Pentagon that morning, a total of 189 people perished at the nation’s military headquarters.

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