9.11 - Marking the Tenth Anniversary
In the decade since the devastating events of September 11th, 2001, the American people have shown great strength, courage, and resilience. They have rebuilt--and they have remembered. Through those years, the men and women of CIA have worked tirelessly to prevent new attacks.
A new CIA publication, 9.11 Marking the Tenth Anniversary, describes how the Agency has responded to the challenges of the fight against al-Qa'ida and its affiliates. In this long campaign, adaptation has been a crucial ingredient of success. It is knowledge built up over time, along with exceptional focus, skill, and courage, that has made the difference. Those qualities made possible the daring raid that ended Usama Bin Ladin's career of mass murder.
The Office of Public Affairs produces publications like 9.11 Marking the Tenth Anniversary to share information about the Agency and its mission. A printable version of 9.11 Marking the Tenth Anniversary is available on our website.
Related Stories and Links:
- Statement to Employees by Director of the Central Intelligence Agency David H. Petraeus on Remembering 9/11
- Excerpts of Remarks by Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, David H. Petraeus, at the 9/11 Commemoration Ceremony
- Remembering CIA's Heroes: Johnny Micheal Spann
- The Operation that Killed Bin Ladin
- Devotion to Duty