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Kelsey Borza Sep 11
I was in elementary school on 9-11-01... but I’ll never forget this day. crashed in a Pennsylvania field about 30 miles from my house. I’ll always view the passengers on that plane as true heroes.
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Sgt. Jason Ratcliff Sep 11
Honored to be a cop. Past 23 years, lost count of the many "thank you for what you do" comments and coffees bought by the person behind me in the drive-thru. Humbled, but signed up for it. May we never forget the everyday heroes that walk among us.
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SpeakTruth Sep 11
This guy and those with him were true hero’s!!! Many lives were saved due to their willingness to fight.
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Linda Suhler, PhD Sep 11
Eighteen years ago at 10:07 am, Americans on UA Flt 93 stopped terrorists reaching their target.
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Carter Trom Sep 11
"If I don't make it, please call my family and let them know how much I love them. Are you ready? Okay. Let's roll." -Todd Beamer, one of the heroes on United Airlines Flight 93.
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The Ginger Deputy Sep 11
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."-Santayana I remember exactly where I was, what I was doing, and how I felt. 18 years is a long time, imagine how it feels for those that lost someone. Never Forget, You Promised.
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US Attorney Shores Sep 11
“Don’t worry, we’re going to do something.” This is the last thing Tom Burnett said to his wife before helping lead a charge to retake control of Flight 93 from the terrorists on 9/11. Never forget the heroes who stood up against evil that day.
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Mark Niemann Sep 11
Today I choose to remember Todd Beamer; a man who took action against direct evil.
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Houston Ramsey Sep 11
It is foolish and wrong to morn the men who died. Rather we should rejoice that such men lived. - George S. Patton People like Todd Beamer and Welles Crowther sacrificed everything to save others on 9/11.
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Beamer Basketball Sep 11
Every time we walk onto campus we see his name and are reminded of the sacrifices that were made that day. To everyone that puts on a jersey, they are reminded that they represent someone special and something bigger then all of us.
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Donny J. Chump Sep 11
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Anchored Beach Travels Katrina Parker Sep 11
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rkingston38 vote blue 2020 Sep 11
Replying to @mmpadellan
Trump can't even stop 9/11. Dude makes me ill daily. I remember it happened in my state of Pa.
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Jaime Baize Sep 11
Thank you VFW and Auxiliary Post 8189 for your visit with our patrols today.
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Mary Alice Bishop Sep 9
Replying to @RepAdamSchiff
Welcome back Chairman. Let's do this!
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CharlieBrigante86 Sep 11
Remembering those we lost on a day that changed our country forever and the heroes who paid the ultimate sacrifice
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Stan Mims Sep 11
United flight 93 🇺🇸🇺🇸
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Jim Catanzaro Sep 11
Never forget! Can’t forget.
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Baxter County Collector Sep 11
We will always remember and honor all the men and women who acted so selflessly on this day in 2001 to protect our country and citizens.
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Kim Lee Sep 10
Replying to @HISTORY
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