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Newly-Released Photos Show Bush Administration Reacting to 9/11 Terror Attacks

President Bush with Vice President Cheney in the President's Emergency Operations Center. (Image source: U.S. National Archives)

Newly-released photos show President George W. Bush and members of his administration in the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

The photos, published on Flickr by the U.S. National Archives, were released in response to a Freedom of Information Act, The Guardian reported.

The pictures were snapped in the hours after the attacks and show Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney and other members of the cabinet meeting in the President's Emergency Operations Center.

Vice President Cheney in the President's Emergency Operations Center. (Image source: U.S. National Archives)

President Bush with Vice President Cheney in the President's Emergency Operations Center. (Image source: U.S. National Archives)

Vice President Cheney with Senior Staff in the President's Emergency Operations Center (Image source: U.S. National Archives)

Vice President Cheney with Senior Staff in the President's Emergency Operations Center. (Image source: U.S. National Archives)

Secretary of State Colin Powell in the President's Emergency Operations Center. (Image source: U.S. National Archives)

President Bush with Vice President Cheney and Senior Staff in the President's Emergency Operations Center. (Image source: U.S. National Archives)

Secretary of State Colin Powell and National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice in the President's Emergency Operations Center. (Image source: U.S. National Archives)

President Bush with Vice President Cheney and Senior Staff in the President's Emergency Operations Center. (Image source: U.S. National Archives)

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