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Old 09-11-2016, 07:43 AM   #1
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9-11 Never Forget, our Country, our Flag, our Pride

15 years later, we need to come together more everyday, be strong and proud. We are amazing... USA!!!

(This post is not intended to be political)

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Old 09-11-2016, 08:09 AM   #2
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Thank you! I agree...

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Old 09-11-2016, 08:55 AM   #3
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Even with all the turmoil and disagreement this still is the greatest country to ever exist. God Bless America!
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Old 09-11-2016, 10:04 AM   #4
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Old 09-11-2016, 10:29 AM   #5
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It's always been great, no matter what some people might say.

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Old 09-11-2016, 10:36 AM   #6
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It’s difficult for me to reflect on an event, that fifteen years ago, so drastically changed the world, and reshaped my perspective and my life. Like others, in major world events, I remember exactly where I was and what I was doing when I first heard that an aircraft had struck the World Trade Center. If it matters, I was standing in-line in a bagel shop in South Glens Falls, NY, some 200 miles north of NYC.

I remember the fear and confusion in co-workers eyes as we came to grip with the fact that this wasn’t an accident – we had been attacked.

I remember the resolve as we started moving personnel and resources into Lower Manhattan.

I remember the look in the eyes of so many FDNY, NYPD, Port Authority, and MTA Brothers and Sisters. I can’t describe it, but I remember it.

I remember the funerals; so many funerals.

I remember the sights, the sounds, and the smells……

But more importantly, I remember the compassion shown by everyone involved in the response. The small, individual acts of kindness of helping a Brother in need to get through a difficult operational period, the crowds lining the West Side Highway cheering the Ground Zero workers as we went into Lower Manhattan and as we left, and the Mid-Town restaurant owner refusing to allow us to pay for a meal, after we came off a shift.

I remember the multitude of American Flags all rising from half-staff to full-staff along the outfield wall at Yankee Stadium at the conclusion of the September 23, 2001 Memorial Service, symbolizing the strength and resolve of New York City, New York State, and all of the United States.

Many bad memories, yet so many good memories.

“NEVER FORGET” became our cry, like “Remember Pearl Harbor” was to the Greatest Generation some sixty years before. And never means NEVER! We can never forget the 2,996 people that were murdered that day, including the 71 law enforcement officers and 343 firefighters. Let us also never forget the hundreds of civilians and responders that survived that day, only to later succumb to the
diseases related to the dust and particulate exposures that they endured. And we can never forget the estimated 20,000+ that are currently diagnosed with 9/11 related ailments. Never Forget!
Be Safe, and Everyone Goes a Home,

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Old 09-11-2016, 01:02 PM   #7
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For those who fought for our freedom.

Wars ranked by total number of American military deaths
Rank War Years
1 American Civil War 1861–65
2 World War II 1941–45
3 World War I 1917–18
4 Vietnam War 1961–75
5 Korean War 1950–53
6 American Revolutionary War 1775–83
7 War of 1812 1812–15
8 Mexican–American War 1846–48
9 Iraq War/Afghanistan Wars 2001– 2014
10 Philippine–American War 1899–1902
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A huge thank you to all our First Responders and our Military folks, both retired and active.....God Bless America
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Very well said Fire_Instructor, I can't add anything to what you so eloquently stated.

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God Bless America! And the people who defend it!

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