On September 11, 2001, the world changed. The vicious giant of terrorism that was dormant until that date had arisen. After the horrific mass-casualty terror attack on the United States, any and all forms of assault seem possible. Owing to the complexity of injuries encountered in terror attack victims, fast and accurate imaging plays an essential role in triage and identification of abnormalities associated with injuries. The radiologist becomes a crucial part of the first-line team of doctors treating these patients. Knowledge that the best available treatment is given to terror attack victims can enhance the strength and endurance of society against terror. On the basis of the authors' experience with terror events in Israel, the steps involved in imaging of terror attack patients include conventional radiography, focused abdominal sonography in trauma, computed tomography, and angiography, with the judicious use of supplemental imaging.