Never forget (9/11)

 

Never forget was burned into our minds following the attack by forces loyal to Osama bin Laden. In the hours and days that followed those events the American people underwent a change that still reverberates today.

Let us all pause and give a moment of silence in remembrance of those innocent victims that perished that day, those in the planes, in the buildings, and the emergency responders that perished.

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10 Yr Anniversary

Amazing that 10 yrs have passed already.
In remembrance of those that fell on that day and those that fell in the days and years after.

A lot of very moving shows and editorials on.

A lot of very moving shows and editorials on. We will all remember where we were and what we were doing on that day.

Let us pay tribute to all of those lost that day.

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Cannot Forget

It is impossible for me to forget, not that I would want to.

I was driving an ambulette that day when I heard the news of the first plane on the radio. Assumed it was an accident. Twenty minutes later, the second plane, I now knew it was no accident. Initially, my reaction was confusion followed by anger. However,at that time I had no idea who to direct my anger towards.

No, I won't forget.

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I recall watching TV live as

I recall watching TV live as the second plane hit the Twin Towers. There was no question that it was an accident, even for the first plane.

The ten years have only solidified the forces against each other. There is no solution short of the military one.

It's a good time to remember our people & to remember evil has not departed this earth.

Fred

Never forget

I for one will never forget, it was a very sad day.

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Never Forget

God Bless and Prayers to all the Family and Friends who lost loved ones during the 9/11/01 tragedy.
I lost 3 friends in the WTC.

god bless all the families

god bless all the families and friends of the loved ones whos lives were lost on 9/11

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911 Always Remember

Was home from work with an bad eye infection. Saw the smoke and impression from the first crash. Then saw the second plane hit the tower. Then watched in horror when the Towers came down. Will never forget and it still brings tears whenever I think about it.

Was 13 when Kennedy was shot and remember where I was.

911 was and still is more devastating to me.

God bless all the families and souls who died in Washington, Pennsylvania and New York. God bless all the men and women who are still dying as a result of this tragic life altering event.

Like others been watching

Like others been watching the shows.
My family and I will never forget. God bless all the families of those
killed or injured.

Seems like yesterday

Hard to believe it has been 10yrs already. A day that I don't think anyone will forget. I also remember how everyone came together right afterward. All kinds of kindness from both friends and strangers. We may have differing opinions but everyone could rally behind the United States.

so sick of hearing about it

so sick of hearing about it

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Remembering 09.11.2011

It doesn't get any easier after ten years, especially since there was lot of never before seen footage and facts released.
I find one consoling thing of recent events was the take down and death of Osama bin Laden, and knowing he's been buried at sea anchored to a short leash so he can twist and spin and never stay pointing toward Mecca.

I wish all those that lost a loved one that day, that you never forget, just learn to adjust to your new rolls in life. May you also find some peace in the death of Osama bin Laden and know that being buried at sea there will be no shrine for for him, do to your loss.

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9/11

We will never forget.

One day if will be kinda

One day if will be kinda like Pearl Harbor, as the generation dies off it's just a history lesson that history won't forget. I guess the real difference is one was a military target and 9/11 was a civilian target. Sad day indeed.

Question: Flight 93 that crashed in Shanksville, there were 40 passengers and 4 crew members for a total of 44, do the crew not count? there are only 40 names?

just...

Just never forget. The stories, songs of galor etc. This is what makes this country strong and enduring.

Flight 93

sunsetrunner wrote:

Question: Flight 93 that crashed in Shanksville, there were 40 passengers and 4 crew members for a total of 44, do the crew not count? there are only 40 names?

There were 7 crew members (2 pilots, 5 flight attendants) and 33 passengers, for a total of 40. The 4 hijackers made a total of 44 on the aircraft.

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Can't forget

Had a flight that arrived JFK early that morning before the hijackings occurred. Sad, sad day for all.

Never forget

Was a captain for a major airline at the time. It changed things forever and I as everyone should never forget.

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I'm afraid you're right

sunsetrunner wrote:

One day if will be kinda like Pearl Harbor, as the generation dies off it's just a history lesson that history won't forget. I guess the real difference is one was a military target and 9/11 was a civilian target. Sad day indeed.

Question: Flight 93 that crashed in Shanksville, there were 40 passengers and 4 crew members for a total of 44, do the crew not count? there are only 40 names?

I wish it weren't so, but it is.

NEVER forget!