Never Forget 9/11 Part I

This is a special series of posts on this Sunday as we mark the 10th Anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States and New York City in particular.  On May 1, 2011 President Barrack Obama confirmed the death of terrorist Osama Bin Laden, the 9/11 mastermind, in a firefight in Pakistan.

That is the devastation of the World Trade Center in Manhattan.  All the photos you see were taken on September 27, 2001. Two weeks and two days after the terrorist attack that killed over 6,000 innocent people and 343 FDNY firefighters. The World Trade Center remains were shot from Rector St two blocks down from Trinity Church and Wall St.  

What America means to the Cub Scouts hangs on the fire house wall at Ladder 3 and Battalion 6.

Photos of the missing members of Ladder 3 and Battalion 6.

An outside memorial at Engine 3 and Ladder 12.

This was sent at 08:46.  Ten years to the minute that the North Tower was struck and America forever changed.

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