September 11th Attacks
Location See Cities/Sites Targeted section
Date September 11, 2001
Target United States and its allies, particularly NATO member states.
Attack type Mass murder, mass shooting, bombings, terrorism, vehicular assault
Weapon(s) Assault rifles, submachine guns, handguns, RPGs, knives, grenades, C4 bombs, IEDs, vehicles
Death(s) 4,000-5,000
Injured 1,000,000
Belligerent World Revolution Army
The September 11th Attacks (alternatively called the September 11 attacks), or simply known as 9/11, was a series of terrorist attacks conducted by the World Revolution Army on Tuesday, September 11, 2001. The WRA is a group of ex-Soviet loyalists that was responsible for previous terrorist attacks following the dissolution of Soviet Union after World War III. Attacks happened simultaneously in several cities in the United States, Western Europe, and notable allies of the West. This led the United States, NATO, former foe Russia, and several countries on a "War on Terror" which targeted Red Army Faction cells in several nations abroad. The international community also targeted other terrorist organizations around the world following the coordinated attacks.

The attacks mainly came in the form of mass shootings, mass stabbing, bombings, suicide bombing, car bombs, and attempted hijacking of transport.

Prelude to the Attacks

There were already several sympathizers of the WRA. Many of them secretly blended in to Western society by pretending to be tourists, businessmen, and immigrants. They were already in contact with their leaders halfway across the world. From there, they practiced their shooting, stabbing, infiltrating, and hijacking skills for almost five years. The terrorists would also purchase weapons and weapons parts in preparation for the attacks. In addition to that, they would also study the areas they would conduct their attack: mainly tourists attractions, mass transit systems, government buildings, and military bases.

Prior the attacks, the WRA engaged in an insurgency in rural Russia, the western area of the Chinese Federated Union, and the former Soviet republics of Central Asia. They also emerged in post-WWIII Afghanistan, joining straggling Soviet/DRA soldiers in fighting a three way battle agains the Afghan Coalition Government and the Taliban. Documents revealed that the WRA had cells in Africa, Southeast Asia, and Latin America.

The Attacks

America Under Attack

Tuesday, September 11, 2001, began as an ordinary day in America. People went to work, commuters hopped on the bus or trains while travelers both in the US and abroad boarded the planes and ships. It was just roughly ten years after the end of World War III. People around the world were looking forward to a better future in the new millenieum as the 20th century brought up three global conflicts that was very destructive for the human race. However, things would change on that fateful day.

Communist terrorists, posing as the average tourist, businessman, and immigrant, were already in position of the targeted cities. Some were heavily armed, some had concealed weapons, while relied on remote-detonated explosives. Others would go on and infiltrate air bases to hijack fighter jets. At 8:46 am, the first part of the attacks began.

New York Metropolitan Area (including NJ)

In New York, vans containing a bomb parked in Times Square, the Empire State Building, the United Nations building, and the foot of the World Trade Center. Simultaneously, the bombs exploded, killing a total of 127 bystanders and injuring 734 others (others was caused by the stampede). For the New Yorkers, it felt like that Soviet terrorist attack back then in 1989 but little did they know the worse was to come. A terrorist snuck a bomb in the North Tower of the WTC which exploded on the 56-60 floors, the one in the South Tower failed to explode. Gunmen armed with AK-47s then stormed the streets of Lower Manhattan and the areas around Times Square, killing an additional 200 people before being gunned down by elements of the NYPD and the ESU. In the minutes that followed, confusion and panic gripped the city of New York. By 9:15 am, a bomb exploded on the 27th street subway explosion. Five minutes later, all bridges and tunnels to Manhattan were sealed, travel by cars was halted, and New Yorkers were advised to stay indoors or evacuate via boat in the Lower Manhattan section. Meanwhile by 10:09am, across the Hudson, the terrorists attack Newark International Airport by gunning down over 136 civilians and airport police before being neutralized by a SWAT Team. The attacks have shocked the America and the world, but things weren't over by that point.

Attacks in the Federal District (includes DC, Maryland, and Virginia)


The West Coast

Other Areas

Europe Under Attack



Cities/Sites Targeted

Flag of the United StatesUnited States of America

  • Andrews AFB, MD
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Boston, MA
  • Camp David, MD (intercepted)
  • Cape Canaveral, FL (partially successful)
  • Chicago, IL
  • CIA Headquarters, VA (Langley, VA)
  • Fort Benning, GA (partially successful)
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Honolulu, HI (intercepted)
  • Houston, TX
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Miami, FL
  • New York City, NY
  • Newark, NJ
  • NORAD HQ, Cheyenne Mountain, CO (failed)
  • Norfolk Naval Base, VA
  • Offut AFB, NE (intercepted)
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • San Diego, CA
  • San Francisco, CA
  • Seattle, WA
  • Washington, D.C. (intercepted)

Flag of the United KingdomUnited Kingdom

  • London
  • Glasgow
  • Manchester (intercepted)

Flag of the United KingdomUnited Kingdom Overseas Territories

Note: all attempted attacks failed and were intercepted.

  • Flag of GibraltarGibraltar
  • Flag of the British Indian Ocean TerritoryDiego Garcia, British Indian Ocean Territory
  • Flag of the United KingdomSovereign Bases of Akrotiri and Dhekelia

Flag of CanadaCanada

  • Toronto
  • Ottawa

Flag of FranceFrance

  • Paris
  • Marseille

Flag of ItalyItaly

  • Aviano AB
  • Rome
  • NAS Naples
  • Vatican City (failed)

Flag of SpainSpain

  • Madrid
  • Barcelona
  • Moron AB (partially successful)
  • NAS Rota (intercepted)

Flag of the NetherlandsNetherlands

  • Amsterdam
  • The Hague (partially successful)

Flag of BelgiumBelgium

  • NATO Headquarters, Brussels (partially successful)

Flag of GermanyGermany

  • Berlin
  • Bonn
  • Frankfurt
  • Munich
  • Ramstein AB