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9/11 - NEVER FORGET (If the smoke plume were some kind of fluffy plant in a vase, this would be amazing, instead of deadly & heart-stopping.)

this says it all... men & women of our Armed Forces protecting us, should be honored daily... not just on a holiday or when something terrible happens in America...

Never Forget.... the current admin does not seem to remember it. Gonna pinn the disrespectful remark Michele made and the President agreed with during ceremony on the anniversary of 911. go to my board to see the comment following this pin.

Remembering 9/11. This image shows the collapse of the tower onto the Marriott hotel. 5 firefighters from the Chelsea station were killed while making sure the hotel was fully evacuated.

``We cannot escape the painful reality of history, but we can choose to be inspired by that reality... This site will forever stand as a tribute to 40 individuals who chose, under the most horrific conditions, to stand and fight.`` - Gordon Felt, president of the Families of Flight 93, at Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where a plane crashed after passengers fought the hijackers.

On 9/11 firefighters went to Ground Zero to do the impossible. They were trying to put out a fire that no-one could reach. Many weren’t meant to be at work that day, saw the death and destruction on their TV screens – and grasped the incredible danger of it – and still showed up anyway. 346 men and women who laced up their boots, put on their helmets and solemnly trooped to Ground Zero to do their work didn’t come back.

9-11.....a day none of us will ever forget, one that we know exactly where we were when we heard the news.

Ten years already? As the old cliche goes... I still remember it like yesterday.

*9/11 ~ WORLD TRADE CENTER, never forget, September 11th, 2001, firefighter, smoke, Twin Towers, the day the world changed, photo