Ground Zero Flag raised on Cape May-Lewes Ferry

A September 11th World Trade Center survivor, police officers, veterans, and ferry passengers saluted an American flag known as the Ground Zero Flag aboard the Cape May-Lewes Ferry on the Delaware Bay for nine minutes and 11 seconds.

The flag is one of a number of flags with a link to the World Trade Center. This flag flew over the wreckage of the World Trade Center during the recovery effort and bears signatures of veterans. The flag has traveled all around the world reported Sage Kelley for the Cape Gazette.

The flag had been part of a recent ceremony at the Dover Air Force Base.

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