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Angelo Gage Sep 11
that the story goes, blew up the on So why is our govt and allies helping Al Qaeda and friends in ? Shouldn't we be helping Assad and Russia destroy these terrorists?
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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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HaikuDancer Sep 11
their fear Heroes stormed the plane’s cockpit That September day
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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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Sweet potaJoe Pie 🦃 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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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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Nick Short Sep 11
Replying to @PoliticalShort
The crew & passengers of put democracy into action, they took a vote amongst themselves about whether to act that day. The rest is history.
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Rob Quillen Sep 10
Tonight, 17 years ago, at this very moment, I was having a beer & having a fantastic conversation with Jason Dahl. I’d give anything to have another beer with brother.
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Jeffrey Brown Sep 11
Every year on 9/11, I thank the passengers on for saving countless lives in Washington DC, possibly including mine. Thank you brave souls. I'll never forget.
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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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Ben Sep 11
"Let's roll."
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hanna Sep 11
we will the courageous actions of the passengers and first responders, as well as empathize with those impacted by this day 17 years ago. these are some pictures from shanksville, PA the memorial of . let us never forget
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Vanessa Sep 11
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O.T. Ford Sep 11
Nothing captures the somber national mood on like , signalling “Rock on!” to his -supporters- in memory of the heroes of .
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Matt Maisel Sep 11
Having spent 8 years of my life in Johnstown, taking countless drives through Shanksville, I'm thankful to have gained an unbelievable admiration and respect for the resilient people of Somerset County and families of . Their lives changed forever 17 years ago today.
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Mark Woods Sep 11
Not long after losing her brother on 9/11, Lori Guadagno wrote a one-page note explaining her idea for a memorial: a giant wind chime. This anniversary dedicated a final piece near the park entrance: a 93-foot tower of chimes.
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Mark Bennett Sep 11
Remembrances of the heroism of passengers and crew aboard Flight 93 on Sept. 11, 2001. From interviews on an assignment in 2011, the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on America.
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MichaelSweet Stryper Sep 11
A very touching speech by in memory of - Beautifully written and it brought tears to my eyes🙏 God Bless America!
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Ruben A Campos 🚁 Sep 11
Flight 93 Memorial... never forget.
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Emerald Robinson Sep 11
‘Be strong & of good courage. Be strong & very courageous. Do not be afraid. They the 40, acted not subdued by the power of violence & not held back by the disease of fear. They, our 40, acted from a friendship formed in but a few minutes."-Opening prayer
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