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  • John Scott

    What could be more inspiring then these brave firefighters raising The American Flag? 9/11 Rescue workers following the collapse of #WorldTradeCenter Twin Towers (Two of the 4 Targets of #911) Remembering and Honoring the Heroes of 9-11-2001 9-11 #NeverForget #911 #Remembering911 9/11/2001

  • Leanne Campbell

    Firefighters George Johnson, Dan McWilliams and Billy Eisengrein raise a flag at the site of the World Trade Center in New York after the terror attacks on September 11, 2001. The scene was immortalized by photographer Thomas E. Franklin and has been compared to the iconic image of the flag-raising at Iwo Jima. CNN Films' "The Flag" examines what happened to the flag at ground zero and explores its impact in the aftermath of the tragedy.

  • Tania Brown

    9 11 Flag Raising | Firemen raising Flag at the World Trade Center | 9/11

  • Amish Country Gazebos

    We'll never forget. #September11

  • Jenn Alley

    Flag Raising. September 11, 2001. Never forget the people who, lost there lives, and those who gave there lives to save others that day! I will not forget!!!!!!

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