Category Archives: 9/11 Memorials

Snellville [GA] Eagle Scout’s 9/11 memorial draws praise from officials, survivor

A new memorial to those killed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 has been built in Snellville, Georgia. One of its first visitors was a survivor from Tower 2 of the World Trade Center, writes Cailin O’Brien in the Gwinnett Daily Post. The memorial is a piece of twisted steel and aluminum from the World […]

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Annual Wall-O’Mahony Memorial Basketball Game

Over the weekend, Johns Hopkins’ men’s basketball team played the 16th annual Wall-O’Mahony game against the Ursinus College Bears, reported Andrew Johnson in The Johns Hopkins News-Letter. The Wall-O’Mahony game honors the memories of Glenn Wall and Matt O’Mahony, both of whom played for the team as members of the class of 1984. O’Mahony and Wall were both killed by […]

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Secretary of Defense visits Pentagon Memorial

The new Secretary of Defense James Mattis visited the Pentagon Memorial on January 23, 2017, to pay his respects to the 184 people who were murdered there during the 9/11 terrorist attacks reported Tara Copp in Stars and Stripes. In his first address to the Pentagon, Secretary Mattis appealed for unity and spoke of the ways in which military […]

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