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911

911 facts and definitions

TermDefinition
Bin Laden Leader of al-Caeda , planned 911 attack
911 When hijackers crashed plane into the world trade center on September 11,2001
Hijacked Illegally seize ( an aircraft or vehicle ) in transit and force it to go to a different destination or use it for ones own purposes
Hijacking Type of network security attack in which the attacker takes control of a communication
Pentagon The pentagonal building serving as the headquarters of the us department of defense, near Washington DC.
Twin towers They were the tallest buildings in new your before the 911 attack
Al-Caeda A radical Sunni Muslim dedicated to the elimination of a western presence in Arab countries and militantly opposed to western foreign policy
Aircraft An airplane, helecopter or other machines capable of flight
Created by: Braydenstarcher