Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
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
Reply Retweet Like
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
Reply Retweet Like
David Lobl Sep 11
8:49 AM. 9/11/2019. Penn Station. You could hear a pin drop. #9/11
Reply Retweet Like
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
Reply Retweet Like
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.
Reply Retweet Like
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. 
Reply Retweet Like
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. ⠀ ⠀ ⠀
Reply Retweet Like
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.
Reply Retweet Like
Pamela Joy Moore Sep 11
On the Hearts and Minds of the People, We . It's the Love & Respect that brings us Together. You don't have to be from America to feel the Love of those . God gave us Strength to Rise from the ashes of the Twin Towers. Victory in Love & Honor.
Reply Retweet Like
Sarah Verardo Sep 11
Many of us remember where we were on September 11, 2001. But our kids and those a part of the younger generations often do not remember. This is why it is so important to commemorate the lives lost on that fateful day!
Reply Retweet Like
🐺🦌 Wolffpaw 🏳️‍🌈❤ Sep 11
18 years ago today, this nation (USA), suffered the worst terrorist attack in US history. Almost 3,000 fatalities, thousands wounded. We shall never forget. Never back down. Prayers to those families that lost a loved one that day.
Reply Retweet Like
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 🇺🇸
Reply Retweet Like
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. ♥️
Reply Retweet Like
Robert F Hyde U.S. Congress 2020 Sep 14
Reply Retweet Like
Redskins Salute Sep 11
Today we mourn, we reflect, and we come together. As an organization, a league, and a country, .
Reply Retweet Like
Susan Tracy Sep 10
Replying to @HananyaNaftali
Remembering my dear friend and colleague, Philip Rosenzweig, who perished aboard American Airlines flight 11. A loving husband to Lauren and father of two sons, Jeremy and Max. May his memory forever be a blessing.
Reply Retweet Like
RAF Wittering 23h
Battle of Britain parade in Stamford today. The sword of freedom, presented to Stamford by RAF Wittering, will be carried by Flt Lt Alice McGrath.
Reply Retweet Like
Cheryl Hammond Sep 14
Reply Retweet Like
Bayside Marlins Sep 11
Thank you to everyone that joined us for Open House.
Reply Retweet Like
Trump Los Angeles Sep 11
We honor those lost tragically 18 years ago.
Reply Retweet Like