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Big Patriotism at Big I
Albuquerque police and Twin Mountain Construction, the main contractor on the Big-I reconstruction project, on Monday hung a large U.S. flag from the new south-to-east flyover as a show of patriotism. The flag, on loan from Don Chalmers Ford in Rio Rancho, will remain in place indefinitely. (Journal Photo/Richard Pipes)

True Patriot
Derrick Garcia, 12, has his face painted with an American flag during the Fall Festival at Manzano Day School on Sunday. There were games, a cake walk, and the ribbon cutting ceremony of a new entrance to the school and a new outdoor recreation area. (Journal Photo/Rose Palmisano)

Display of Pride

James Martinez, 22, left, and Rori Martinez, 23, pin a pennant to the back of their pickup truck to show pride and support for America. They said they had to settle for the pennant since all the stores were out of flags. The two were on Central Avenue decorating the truck Saturday. (Journal Photo/Rose Palmisano)

Laid to Rest

Alamogordo Department of Public Safety Chief Sam Trujillo presents Rebecca Marchand, widow of United Airlines attendant Alfred Marchand, a retired police officer, with a U.S. flag after a memorial ceremony Sunday in Alamogordo. Beside Rebecca Marchand is her son from a previous marriage, Trae Hale. Alfred Marchand died Tuesday in United Airlines Flight 175, which was forced to crash into one of the World Trade Center towers. (AP Photo/Ellis Neel) Full Story

Packing Up
Mary Berry, a K-9 specialist with the New Mexico Search and Rescue Task Force, prepares equipment she and other crew members will take to Washington, D.C., to help with efforts at the Pentagon. (Journal Photo/Roberto E. Rosales) Full Story

A Time With bin Laden
Albuquerque author Kurt Lohbeck, who worked as a news correspondent for 10 years in Afghanistan, points to the country on a globe at his home. Lohbeck wrote the 1993 book "Holy War, Unholy Victory: Eyewitness to the CIA's Secret War in Afghanistan." (Journal Photo/Erin Lubin) Full Story

Poignant Moment
Dorise Wondrely, center, holds her niece Rachel Thompson, left, and her daughter Chelsey Leeper, right, as they pray for the victims of the World Trade Center terrorist attack at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque on Thursday. Journal photographer Rose Palmisano received an early-morning phone call from Time late last week. The news magazine was considering using the shot for an upcoming cover and ended up running it inside the latest edition. (Journal Photo/Rose Palmisano)