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[[Samantha Carter]] worked here from [[1992]] through [[1997]]. [[Paul Davis]] is the liaison between the Pentagon and [[Stargate Command]].
 
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The [[Office of Homeworld Security]] that handle the defence of [[Earth]] and its interest also operated here when it was first created by [[President]] [[Henry Hayes]]. In [[2009]], several technology developed and acquired by [[SGC]] and [[Atlantis Expedition]] were also installed at the Pentagon. Some notable technology are the [[subspace communication]], [[long-range communication device]], and defence technology. Though there might be more technology installed, this are the known that had been mention in the series. {{Cite
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Pentagon

An areal view of The Pentagon

The Pentagon is the headquarters of the US Department of Defense, so named because the complex, as seen from the air, resembles the five-sided geometric shape. It is located in Washington D.C.

Samantha Carter worked here from 1992 through 1997. Paul Davis is the liaison between the Pentagon and Stargate Command.

The Office of Homeworld Security that handle the defence of Earth and its interest also operated here when it was first created by President Henry Hayes. In 2009, several technology developed and acquired by SGC and Atlantis Expedition were also installed at the Pentagon. Some notable technology are the subspace communication, long-range communication device, and defence technology. Though there might be more technology installed, this are the known that had been mention in the series. (SGU: "Air, Part 1", "Air, Part 2")

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