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September 11, 2005

9-11 Remembered; Don’t Ever Forget

Posted in: 9/11,Homeland Security,Personal,War on Terror

It has been four years and in many respects it seems like yesterday. The images and horrorsNever forget of that day will last a life time, as well as the personal nature on the events that took place September 11, 2001. Having gone to school and lived in the NYC area and presently living near Boston and Portland ME, we were affected rather closely with people and alumni who passed away on that fateful day. Other friends through the grace of God changed their business flights, were late for work that day and some were on vacation. It is important to remember what happened in NYC, in Washington DC, and in a field in Pennsylvania.

Please see the Gateway Pundit for more on Flight 93, Heroes we will never forget. Let’s Roll.

Michelle Malkin has a poignant and fantastic post on 9-11.
Jawa Report

Washington Post: A Nation Remembers Victims of 9/11 Attacks

America grieved the victims of Sept. 11 on Sunday as the brothers and sisters of the dead recited their loved ones’ names and tearful messages of remembrance to a weeping crowd gathered at the site where the World Trade Center once stood.

There is a fear that people will become complacent and forget the significance of this date and what it represents. Please don’t let this happen. Just as important though as remembering those that we lost is to remember the images of that day. The images that many refuse to show.

Don’t Ever Forget.

Discussion Forum for 9-11

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Hat Tip: NikkiNurse for helping with pic roundup

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