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Birth:
11 Sep 1955 1
Princess Anne, MD 2
Death:
11 Sep 2001 3
Pentagon, Arlington, VA 4
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Full Name:
Amelia Virginia (Dennis) Fields 3
Birth:
11 Sep 1955 1
Princess Anne, MD 1
Female 1
Death:
11 Sep 2001 2
Pentagon, Arlington, VA 2
Cause: Terrorist Attack - Ground Loss 2
Burial:
Burial Place: Arlington National Cemetery, VA 4
Residence:
Place: Dumfries, VA 2
From: 1997 2
To: 2001 2
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Marriage:
Sgt William Fields, USMC (ret) 2
1975 2
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Occupation:
Budget Analyst 3
Race or Ethnicity:
African American 3
Employment:
Employer: Fort Belvoir 4
Position: Budget Analyst 4
Place: Fairfax County, VA 4
Employment:
Employer: Department of the Army 4
Position: Budget Analyst 4
Place: Pentagon, Arlington, VA 4
Start Date: 10 Sep 2001 4
End Date: 11 Sep 2001 4
Daughter:
Shantell Fields 3
Son:
William Fields, Jr. 3

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9/11 Pentagon

Arlington, VA

A recent transfer from Fort Belvoir, she was a budget analyst in the Office of the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army.  She was killed on her second day of work when the hijacked Boeing 757 of American Airlines Flight 77 deliberately crashed into the western facade of the building.  

Mrs. Fields was featured in this 9-11 Memorial video by God's Untouchables her picture was used at 3:42 in the video. We keep the Fields family in our prayers along with all of the victims of that tragic day. | http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-nBjJFsOE0 | This video was created to honor a memory of the Angels who have gone before us. "I maintain the only way to bless you is to be all that, I can be, I can see it's me who needs to change in fact. I'm making a resolution to search for positive solutions, it's my way of saying THANKS for all you're contributions. Giving me responsibility over my actions, you're filling me with a need to be better because of your passing" - Capone De Leon, God's Untouchables

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