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aaron d brinker Sep 11
"History is for human self-knowledge ... the only clue to what man can do is what man has done. The value of history, then, is that it teaches us what man has done and thus what man is." R. G. Collingwood Always remember what was taken and given.
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Secretary Ryan Zinke Sep 11
September 11th is a story of heroes, a story of tragedy, and more importantly, a story of our shared American values of self-sacrifice, duty, and honor. I look forward to spending the morning with and the families of the heroes of at
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WMUR TV Sep 11
Tom Burnett was on , which crashed near on after those on board stopped the hijackers from reaching their target by bravely fighting to retake control of the plane. These tweets are transcript of Tom's final calls to his wife Deena.
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Gary Shapiro Sep 12
As I watched speak at the memorial service yesterday, I thought it was one of his best and most heart felt speaches. He talked about the 40 heros aboard .
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Ashley Books Sep 11
Here is what Troy thought about ’a speech.
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KnightWing Sep 11
17 Years ago Many of us lost Friends, Family & Loved Ones in the Towers or on the Planes. Due to a cowardly Attack. The World will 9/11 nor the Brave Heroes of and courage of the First Responders at Ground Zero. Who gave up thier lives to save others. 🇺🇸
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Joe; Thoracic Park Sep 11
Neveer forget that Mark Bingham, a gay man, lead the charge into the cabin of to prevent an attack on the Capitol or White House. Honor our heroes 🇺🇸🏳️‍🌈
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Chip Minemyer Sep 10
On at tribute, we need to rise above the divisions of our nation’s political climate. This is the time for gratitude, humility, respect, reverence.
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AFP news agency Sep 11
🇺🇸 US President Trump greets supporters as he arrives in Johnstown, Pennsylvania with First Lady Melania Trump, en route to a memorial in to the those who died aboard hijacked United on September 11, 2001
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Vanessa Sep 11
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Nat Geo Education Sep 11
“If we learn nothing else from this tragedy, we learn that life is short and there is no time for hate.” —Sandy Dahl, widow of pilot Jason Dahl
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Gary Cherone Sep 11
‘Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.’ Tom Burnett, Mark Bingham, Jeremy Click, Todd Beamer ’sROLL
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MotherNatureNetwork Sep 11
"Each wind chime has a distinct tone due to its length, tuning and placement in the tower representing the critical and lasting role of the voices heard through phone calls and voicemails that took place during the flight."
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Conservative Review Sep 11
On one of our nation's darkest days, two little words were uttered that will forever embody the bravery, resolve, and spirit of America: “Let’s ROLL.”
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Antibullshitinme Sep 11
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Matt Maisel Sep 11
A solemn day, damp and dreary in Shanksville, Somerset County at the Memorial. The 'Tower of Voices' on display, honoring the 40 heroes who gave their lives to save thousands of others 17 years ago today. and will attend a 9:45am ceremony here.
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Steve Herman Sep 11
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