Category Archives: 9/11 Memorials

Pentagon chief remembers 9/11 with victims’ families

James Rosen McClatchy DC  ARLINGTON, VA.–  A stark reminder of the Pentagon’s most tragic day sits on the desk of Defense Secretary Ash Carter. It’s a chunk of Indiana Limestone pulled from the rubble 14 years ago after al Qaida hijackers crashed the jet on American Airlines Flight 77 into one of the massive military […]

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On 9/11, NYPD Remembers Fallen Members with Social Media Memorial

Polly Mosendz Newsweek In honor of the 14th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks, the New York Police Department is using social media to remember service members who died in the attacks or from illnesses and injuries sustained that day or in the aftermath. Starting just after midnight Friday, the police department’s Twitter account began sending out messages to […]

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Fourteen years after September 11, 2001: A burning tower, a friend he loved, ‘the way he always was’

Sean Kirst In the Jewish calendar, Chavie Zelmanowitz said, the night before is the same as the next day. It is fitting, then, that when she closes her eyes and thinks of her brother-in-law, Abe Zelmanowitz, she sees him on the evening of September 10, 2001, dripping wet, at the door. Usually, Abe carried […]

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