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Sarah Verardo Sep 11
9/11 by the numbers: Lives lost: 2,977 NYC firefighters lost: 343 NYC police officers lost: 23 Port Authority officers lost: 37 Nations who lost a citizen: 115 Children who lost a parent: 3,051 People who lost a spouse: 1,609
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David Lobl Sep 11
8:49 AM. 9/11/2019. Penn Station. You could hear a pin drop. #9/11
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Metropolitan Police Sep 11
Eighteen years on, our thoughts remain with those affected by the devastating 9/11 attacks 🇺🇸 all of the brave emergency service crews and the members of the public who who went to the aid of those in need
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RCAF Sep 11
18 Years after 9/11, We Remember. Gander, Newfoundland opened its doors and hearts to people and aircraft in an effort to help.
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IWPG_LA Sep 11
⠀ Today we remember all the lives tragically lost 18 years ago. With heavy hearts, we remember those who were affected by this painful event. ⠀ ⠀ ⠀
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Peter Iglinski Sep 16
Replying to @joelockhart @Desha7
I will not be party to Sean Spicer trying to rehabilitate his soiled image.
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Tom Steyer Sep 11
18 years ago today, we came together as a country in the wake of an unprecedented terrorist attack—remembering that more united us than divided us, knowing we had to prevent it from happening again. Today those we lost, and who we’re capable of being.
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Laura Herdman Sep 11
343 American Firefighters walked into darkness and never made it home. Over 200 have died from cancer and other complex medical issues caused by the contamination their rescue efforts exposed them to whilst searching for survivors. #343 #9-11
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Fire Chief Darrell Reid Sep 15
Yesterday marked the anniversary of a tragic day in history. This photo was taken Sept 14 1945 before the building collapsed - 3 were killed & 15 injured. Serving with pride since 1886.
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GreenBeretFoundation Sep 11
The attacks of September 11th, 2001 are not forgotten by the Special Forces community. Please join us in a moment of silence as we mourn and remember the victims and first responders of the attacks on the World Trade Center, The Pentagon, and in Shanksville, PA. 
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Robert F Hyde U.S. Congress 2020 Sep 14
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Toni DeWet Sep 10
Lets take a moment🇺🇸 Remember this day Heartache and tears, Brave men and women, Victims and loss of life, For you have given it all Never forgotten, Silently we salute you The ones in 9/11 🇺🇸
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Tammy Crawford-Morse Sep 11
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Redskins Salute Sep 11
Today we mourn, we reflect, and we come together. As an organization, a league, and a country, .
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RAF Wittering Sep 15
Warm welcome and great support from the people of Stamford and as we remember the Battle of Britain. Delighted to meet 96 year old RAF Veteran, Warrant Officer Bert Salvage, formerly of RAF Wittering.
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ZPhiB Tau Lambda Sep 11
A HUGE thank you to everyone who stopped by our table today and read some of the stories of those impacted by 9/11 and took a button. 💙 The notes you all left were sooo Sweet and we will be giving the banner with the kind notes to a proud military man. ♥️
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Inclitus Regnum 🇵🇱 13h
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Derbyshire FBU Sep 11
18 Years ago today the world stopped. Today the 343 Firefighters, 60 Police officers, 8 EMT's/Paramedics, and 2997 Civilians killed in the twin towers attack.
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Mazi Aku n'ebi okwu Sep 14
The courageous men and women we died
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Cheryl Hammond Sep 14
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