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Osama bin Laden killed by US Special Forces in Abottabad, Pakistan

Osama bin Laden, mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, was shot in the head in a firefight
with elite American forces in Pakistan. Islamic practice calls for a speedy burial, and
his remains were buried at sea. The announcement of his death was made on May 1,
2011.

Sunday September 11, 2016,
fifteen year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Friday September 11, 2015,
fourteen year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Thursday September 11, 2014,
thirteen year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Wednesday September 11, 2013,
twelve year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Tuesday September 11, 2012,
eleven year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Sunday September 11, 2011,
ten year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Saturday September 11, 2010,
nine year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Friday September 11, 2009,
eight year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Thursday September 11, 2008,
seven year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Tuesday September 11, 2007,
six year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Monday September 11, 2006,
five year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Sunday September 11, 2005,
four year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Saturday September 11, 2004,
three year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Thursday September 11, 2003,
two year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Wednesday February 26, 2003,
ten year anniversary of the
first attack on the World Trade
Centers on February 26, 1993.

Wednesday September 11, 2002,
one year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Pledge of Allegiance
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

World Trade Center

Recovery Ends at Ground Zero on May 30, 2002

A by-the-numbers look at the World Trade Center cleanup:
Tons of debris removed: 1,642,698
Tons of debris in steel: 190,568
Number of truckloads required: 108,444
Days of labor for cleanup: 242
Hours of labor: 1,642,698
Number of serious injuries incurred during cleanup: 35
Total killed at the WTC on Sept. 11: 2,823
Victims positively identified: 1,102
Body parts collected: Over 19,500
Death certificates issued without a body: 1,616
Average number of viewing platform tickets issued daily: 6,000
Source: The Associated Press

 Lower Manhatten Reborn 


Six Plans for WTC Site
New WTC Plans Released


Two plans featuring structures that would rise taller than
any other in the world have been picked as finalists in the
selection of a design to rebuild the World Trade Center.

Trade Center plan chosen

Daniel Libeskind's winning design for the
World Trade Center site. New building will
be taller than Twin Towers
Aerial view of Studio Daniel Libeskind design

Trade Center design unveiled

The Freedom Tower to be built at the site of the
devastated World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan
is still planned as the world's tallest building,
according to a revised model unveiled Friday by the
archetects collaborating on its design. - Dec. 19, 2003

Winning WTC Memorial Design Revealed

A design that would turn the footprints of the twin towers into
reflective pools has been selected for the World Trade Center
memorial. - Jan. 6, 2004

Freedom Tower set in stone

A 20-ton slab of granite inscribed to
honor "the enduring spirit of freedon."
was laid Sunday at the World Trade
Center site as the cornerstone of the
skyscraper that will replace the
destroyed towers. - July 4, 2004

Have you heard about the trucker who has painted his cab and trailer with the
names of all those who lost their lives on 9/11? The trucker's name is John
Holmgren from Shafer, Minn. He has been "pulled over" numerous times just so
the troopers can get their picture taken with the truck.


Sunday September 11, 2016.
The fifteen year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

 US observes 15th anniversary of 9/11 

Sunday marks the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, that
killed 2,977 people in New York, the Pentagon and in a field in rural Pennsylvania.
The attacks and the reaction to them have shaped U.S. policy for the last 15 years,
leaving a nation that is far more vigilant and jittery about terrorism.


Friday September 11, 2015.
The fourteen year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

 US observes 14th anniversary of 9/11 


Thursday September 11, 2014.
The thirteen year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

 US observes 13th anniversary of 9/11 


Wednesday September 11, 2013.
The twelve year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

 US observes 12th anniversary of 9/11 

Moment of Silance
Jewel Samad, AFP/Getty Images
Moment of Silance on Wednesday September 11, 2013

WTC Site
Jason DeCrow, AP
The World Trade Center Flag is presented as friends and relatives
of the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attack gather at the National
September 11 Memorial at the World Trade Center site.

Pentagon
Somodevilla, Getty Images
Family members of victims of the attack on the Pentagon wait for the
ceremony in Arlington.

Shanksville, PA
Jack Gruber, USA TODAY
People attend a ceremony at the Flight 93 Memorial Wall of Names in
Shanksville, PA.

Tribute in Light
Mark Lennihan, AP
Beams from the Tribute in Light rise above buildings in Lower Manhattan


Tuesday September 11, 2012.
The eleven year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

 US observes 11th anniversary of 9/11 

Ground Zero
 WTC back on NYC skyline 

Ground Zero
Mark Lennihan / AP
The tower known as 1 World Trade Center, left, the National September 11 Memorial, bottom left, and 4
World Trade Center, right, are bathed in light, Sept. 11 in New York.

Pentagon
Jason Reed / Reuters
President Barack Obama, center, U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta, left, and Chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff Martin Dempsey attend an event commemorating the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks,
at the site of the attack on the Pentagon near Washington, D.C. on Sept. 11.

Shanksville, PA
Gene J. Puskar / AP
Visitors to the Flight 93 National Memorial in Shanksville, Pa., participate in a sunset memorial service
on Sept. 10.

Tribute in Lights
New York's "Tribute in Light" for the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks shines into the sky over Manhattan
on Monday, September 10.


Sunday September 11, 2011.
The ten year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

 9|11 America Remenbers 

Fly your flag tpday
Fly ypur flag

 Images of 9/11 - TBO.com 

Ten Year Anniversary

Rembering 9/11

We join you in rembering those
whose lives were taken.


As we take time to reflect on the 10th Anniversary of a day none of us will ever forget, let us come together to grieve, to remember, to express our gratitude to those who demonstrated what it is to be a hero, and to pledge ourselves to live in honor of their bravery.

A Little verse

Remembrance 9/11

The towers fell,
Shattered.
Lives stopped,
By those with hearts of bone.
Hard ideologues.
Those in its wake,
Stripped from life.

Now ten years on,
The faces of the lost,
Clutched to grieving breasts.
An anniversary of pain.
Raw feelings renewed.
Salted wounds.
Bone deep.

No cliched phrases,
Or politicians platitudes;
Can balm the pain.
Each recalled.
Tintabulations, reverberating on the wind
To carry each named;
Each held in remembrance.

Copyright 2011 P H Brookes

9/11 Videos
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Ground Zero Memorial
Mark Lennihan, AP

 Panoramic image of Ground Zero 

Ground Zero Memorial Pool
Memorial Pool with the names of those who died in this attack.

Tampa, Florida
Bob Hansen, Staff-TBO
Hundreds gathered at the Joe Chillura Courthouse Square Friday afternoon for a 9/11 Ceremony of
Remembrance in Hillsborough County (Tampa) Florida.

Pool at Ground Zero
Timothy A. Clary / Pool via Getty Images
President Barack Obama, right; first lady Michelle Obama; former President George W. Bush; and former first
lady Laura Bush look out at the North Pool of the 9/11 memorial.


CNN
A U.S. flag recovered from the 9/11 attacks is displayed by New York City police officers and firefighters at
the 9/11 Memorial ceremony on Sunday.


CNN
New York Police Officer Danny Shea, a military veteran, salutes at the north pool of the 9/11 Memorial.

Pentagon Memorial
Brendan Hoffman / Getty Images
Angela Calos, left, and Heather Benedetto visit the National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial on Sept. 10 in
Washington. The memorial commemorates the 184 people who died at the Pentagon and on American
Airlines Flight 77.


CNN
President Obama speaks to family members of those who died in the attacks at ceremonies marking the
10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in New York on Sunday

New Flight 93 Memorial
Jason Cohn / Reuters
Former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton and former first lady Laura Bush bow their heads
during ceremonies in Shanksville, Pa.

New Flight 93 Memorial
Jack Gruber, USA TODAY
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, former president George W. Bush, Laura Bush, former president
Bill Clinton, Vice President Biden and Jill Biden walk the length of the Flight 93 Memorial during the
dedication ceremony.

FDNY firefighters from Ladder Company 20
Justin Sullivan / Getty Images/font>
A young man holds his head as he sits in front of a memorial for FDNY firefighters from Ladder Company
20 who died at the World Trade Center on 9/1. New York City firefighters are commemorating the 10th
anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and honoring the 343 firefighters who died in the line of duty.


CNN
U.S. Marines stand guard Sunday near a sculpture of the New York skyline made from the steel ruins of the
Twin Towers at the U.S. embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, during a memorial ceremony in memory of those who
died during the 9/11 attacks.

London England
Peter Macdiarmid / Getty Images
Members of Clerkenwell Fire Station's Green Watch observe a minute of silence in London, England, on
Sunday, remembering their fellow firefighters who lost their lives in the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York.

Twin Lights
Mark Lennihan / AP
The Tribute in Light shines above lower Manhattan, the Statue of Libertyand One World Trade Center, left,
on Saturday.


Saturday September 11, 2010.
The nine year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

National Day of Reflection

World Trade Center: Site takes shape

Ground Zero today
Spencer Platt, Getty Images
A view of Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan on Sept. 11, 2010, in New York. Saturday marks the ninth
anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, in which nearly 3,000 people were killed

President Obama at the Pentagon
Charles Dharapak, AP
President Obama pauses at the Pentagon Memorial on Saturday.

President Obama at the Pentagon
Olivier Douliery, Getty Images
President Obama participates in a wreath laying ceremory at an event marking the anniversary of the
9/11 terrorist attacks at the Pentagon MeMorial Site in Arlington, VA.

Ground Zero Site
John Angelitlo, AP
A man stands with a flag as friends and relatives of the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks
gather in New York.

Ground Zero Site
Jason DeCrow, AP/Getty Images
Vice President Biden talks with a relative of a 9/11 victim as family members gather at Ground Zero.

Ground Zero Site
Matt Rourke, AP
Firefighters bow their heads near Ground Zero in New York on Saturday.

Flight 93 - Shanksville, PA
Jim Watson, APF/Getty Images
Former first lady Laura Bush, right, finishes her remarks as first lady Michelle Obama applauds during a
commemorative service at the tempory Flight 93 Memorial in Shanksville, PA.

Flight 93 - Shanksville, PA
Jim Watson, APF/Getty Images
Visitors line the fence at the Flight 93 National Memorial in Shanksville, PA on Saturday during a service
of remembrance.

Bayshore Blvd. Tampa FL
Jay Conner / Tampa Tribune
Soldiers from 25 countries that make up the coalition at McDill Air Force Base (Central Command in
Tampa) join the Bayshore Patroits to wave flags alpng Bayshore Boulevard in Tampa Florida to
honor those killed on 9/11

Pepperdine University, Malibu, California
APF/Getty Images
People walk through a 9/11 memorial of nearly 3,000 American Flags erected br students and staff from
Pepperdine University in Malibu, California.

World Trade Center Site
Mark Lennihan. AP
The World Trade Center site is shown Saturday, Sept, 11, 2010, on the ninth anniversary of the attacks
of 2001. One World Trade Center, also known as the Freedom Tower, is at left.

Tribune in Lights
The Associated Press
The Tribute in Lights glow skyward near the World Trade Center site, Saturday, Sept. 11,
2010, in New York.

Tribune in Lights
Gary Hershorn / Reuters
The Tribute in Lights glow skyward near the World Trade Center site, Saturday, Sept. 11, 2010, in
New York.

Tribune in Lights
Eric Thayer / Reuters
The Tribute in Lights glow skyward near the World Trade Center site, Saturday, Sept. 11, 2010, in
New York.


Friday September 11, 2009.
The eight year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

National Day of Service

World Trade Center construction site
Mark Lennihan / AP
The World Trade Center construction site

Bells tolled throughout New York City as mourners fell silent to observe the moment
a hijacked plane hit the World Trade Center, President Obama placed a wreath under
rainy skies at the Pentagon in memory of those who died there and hundreds were
expected in Shanksville, Pa., at the field where a plane crashed killing 40 passengers
and crew.

President Obama ann first lady Michelle Obama take part in a moment of silence on the South Lawn at the White House
Jim Young / Reuters>
President Obama ann first lady Michelle Obama take part in a moment of silence on the South Lawn at
the White House

Tears, raindrops mix at 9/11 ceremony
Tears, raindrops mix at 9/11 ceremony

In Washington, Obama, first lady Michelle Obama and members of the White House
staff stood silently on the south driveway of the White House. A bell tolled three
times as the Obamas stood with their heads bowed. They then put their hands on
their hearts as a military trumpeter playedas a military trumpeter played Taps. The
one-minute ceremony took place at 8:46 a.m., the moment at which the first plane
struck a tower at the World Trade Center.

Obama spoke at the Pentagon during a wreath-laying ceremony, saying, "Once more
we pause, once more we pray as a nation."

Vice President Joe Biden, meanwhile, attended the memorial service at Ground Zero in
New York City.

Thousands were expected at now-familiar ceremonies in New York, at the Pentagon and
at the crash site of United Airlines Flight 93 in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

The attacks killed 40 people in Pennsylvania, 184 at the Pentagon and 2,752 in New York.

President Obama urged the nation today to renew its resolve against the terrorists who
planned "the barbaric act" of eight years ago and who "plot against us still." "In
defense of our nation, we will never waver."

President Barack Obama at the Pentagon
By Mark Wilson, Getty Images
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen, President Barack Obama and Defense
Secretary Robert Gates deliver remarks in the rain Friday at the Pentagon ceremony rembering the
Sept. 11 attacks eight years ago.

President Barack Obama greets family members of victims at the Pentagon
Charles Dharapak / AP
President Barack Obama greets family members of victims at the Pentagon

Remembrance mark 9/11 anniversary
Reuters
Flight 93 memorial
H. Darr Beiser, USA USATODAY
Remembering at ground Zero
Flight 93 memorial in Pennsylvania

Reflecting pool at Ground Zero
By David Handschuh, Pool
Firefightrrs and police officers gather at the reflecting
pool at Ground Zero

US Soldiers in Afghanistan
Manish Swarup / AP
US soldiers from Combined Security Transition Command Afghanistan salute as a soldier sings the
National Anthem at Camp Eggers i Kabul

Gen. David Petraeus, commander of the Tampa-based U.S. Central  Command and Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio place a wreath at Heroes Olaza in Cotanchobee/Fort Brooke Park in Tampa.
Photo by Michael Egger
Gen. David Petraeus, commander of the Tampa-based U.S.
Central Command and Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio place a wreath
at Heroes Plaza in Cotanchobee/Fort Brooke Park in Tampa.

Tribute in Light
Fox News
The 'Tribute in Light' is seen near the World Trade Center site Sept. 10, 2009 in New York City for the
eight year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Tribute in Light
Photo by Mario Tama, Getty Images
The 'Tribute in Light' in rain, York City for the eight year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.


Thursday September 11, 2008.
The seven year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Pentagon
Photo By Bethany Swain - CNN
Pentagon 9/11 memorial dedicated
Military personnel from all branches of the armed services stand next to the memorial benches
before their unvailing. the benches are arranged in a paattern corresponding to the year each
victim was born.

Pentagon
Photo By Haraz N. Ghanbari / AP
The $22 million September 11 Memorial at the Pentagon, along with its $10 million endowment, was built
as a result of seven years of fundraising by victims' relatives.

Pentagon
Photo By Susan Walsh / AP
Marcellia Golinski-Potter of Columbia, MD,
shows her tatoo of the Pentagon during a
memorial ceremory in memory of her father
who died in the attack.

Shanksville, PA
Photo By Gerie J. Puskar / AP
visitors participate in a sunrise memorial service in shanksville, PA for the 40 people killed aboad
United Airlines Flight 93 on September 11, 2001.

Somber ceremonies mark 9/11 anniversary
Flowers in the Pool
Photo By Mark Lennihan, AP
The somber music and voices of the United
States Air Force Band at the Pentagon
signaled the beginning of solemn memorial
services to honor the victims of the
September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, seven
years ago.
Friends and family members drop flowers in a reflecting
pool in honor of those who lost their lives in the attacks
on the World Trade Center seven years ago in a
ceremony at the site in New York.

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Somber ceremonies mark 9/11 anniversary
Photo By Mark Lennihan, AP
Flowers in the Pool
AP photo
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg Critized
Wednesday what he deemed a sluggish pace
at rebuilding the Ground Zero site, where a small
reflecting pool now sits as a temporary memorial.
At Thursday's memorial dedication ceremony,
emergency rescue personnel stand above the
wall that was hit in the attack.

Somber ceremonies mark 9/11 anniversary
Photo By Alex Wong, Getty Images
President Bush and first lady Laura Bush participate
in a moment of silence to mark the seventh anniversary
of the 9/11 terrorist attacks at the South Lawn of the
White House.

Somber ceremonies mark 9/11 anniversary
Photo By Peter Foley / AP
Somber ceremonies mark 9/11 anniversary
Photo By Peter Foley / AP
Rivals put politics aside on 9/11
Obama, McCain visits ground zero.
Rivals put politics aside on 9/11
McCain, Obama visits ground zero.

Somber ceremonies mark 9/11 anniversary in Tampa, FL.

Ground Zero
Photo By Bebeto Matthews / AP
Two powerful Beams of Lights are tested from the World Trade Center in preparation for the Sept. 11
anniversary memorial - Tribute in Lights - on Monday Sept. 8.


Tuesday September 11, 2007.
The six year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Pentagon
Photo By Brandon W. Sohulze, AFP/Getty Images
An American Flag is draped near the spot where American Airlines Flight 77 crashed into the Pentagon on
Sept. 11, 2001.

Shanksville, PA
Photo By Jason Cohn, Reuters
United Airlines Flight 93 temporary memorial outside Shanksville, PA near the site where the plane crashed
six yeare ago.

White House
Photo By Saul Loeb, AFP/Getty Images
President Bush, First Lady Laura Bush, Vice President Cheney and his wife Lynne Cheney participate in a
moment of silenance in remembrance of the victims of the attack on the Worldd Trade Center and the
Pentagon.

Ground Zero
Photo By Stan Honda, AFP/Getty Images
Famalies of victims walk down the ramp into Ground Zero during ceremonies at the World Trade Center site.

Ground Zero
Photo By Gary Hersheon, Reuters
As family members file by the memorial, the first steel beams of the new Freedom Tower can be seen in the
foreground.

Pentagon
Photo By Pablo Martinez Monsivais, AP
Members of Military Honor Guard stand at attention at the Pentagon prior to the start of the Wreath Laying
Ceremony and Observation.

Ground Zero
Photo By John O'Boyle, Pool
Family members gather during a ceremony at Zuccotti Park.

Ground Zero
Photo By Eric Thayer, Reuters
The "Tribute in Lishts" shines over the site of the former World Trade Center in New York on Monday night,
Sept. 10, 2007.


Monday September 11, 2006.
The five year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

5 Years Later

Flowers in Pool
Photo By Stan Honda, AFP/Getty Images
Ground Zero
Photo By Frank Franklin II, AP
President Bush and wife Laura set floral wreaths adrift in
reflecting pools that mark where the former north and south
towers once stood. This is the beginning of a two-day
fifth-anniversary tour that will take them to all three sites
of the Sept. 11 attacks
Friends and relatives of the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001
attacks gather at ground zero on the fifth anniversary of
of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, Monday,
Sept. 11, 2006 in New York.

Moment of Silence
Photo By Tim Sloan, AFP/Getty Images
Shanksville, PA
Photo By Gene J. Puskar, AP
President Bush and First Lady Laur Bush bow their heads
during a moment of silence at a ceremony with New York City
First Responders commemorating the anniversary of the
terrorist attacks outside the Fort Pitt Firehouse in
New York Ciry.
Visitors to the memorial of United Airlines Flight 93 in
Shanksville, Pa., participate in a sunrise rememberance
for the 40 passanger and crew who lost their lives five
years ago when the plane crashed in a field here.
 

White House South Lawn
Photo by Ron Edmonds, AP
Remembrance Wall at Ground Zero
Photo by Chris McGrath / Getty Images
Vice President Dick Cheney, his wife Lynne Cheney, right
and former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, left,
take part in a moment of silence on the South Lawn of the
White House.

A mother and her daughter search for the name of a
loved one on a remembrance wall at the World Trade
Center site on September 11, 2006 in New York City,
on the fifth anniversary of the hijacked plane attacks
that killed almost 3,000 people in New York City,
Washington and Pennsylvania

White House South Lawn
Photo by Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images
Remembrance Wall at Ground Zero
Photo by Brenda Smialowski, Getty Images
From left, Lt. Colonel William Barefield, chaplain of Arlington
National Cenetartm Vice President Cheney, Defense Secretary
Donald Rumsfeld, and General Peter Pace, Chairman of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff, bow their heads in prayer during the
observance of the fifth anniversary of the September 11, 2001
attack at the Pentagon in Arlington, VA.
A light for each victim of the September 11, 2001 terror
attacks on the Pentagon is beamed into the sky in Virginia.
The lights will beam skyward during the nights of September
10th and 11th.


Arlington VA
AP Photo/Arlington County, Leslie E. Kossoff
This photo released by Arlington County shows Arlington County
officials, employees and residents at the Arlington County Justice
Center during the the ceremony to mark the five-year anniversary of
the Sept. 11 attacks, Monday, Sept. 11, 2006, in Arlington, VA.
A silver bell was tolled to remember each victim of the Pentagon
terrorist attack.

Tribute In Light
Photo by Ellen Jaskol
Near the site where the World Trade
Center's Twin Towers once stood, a
"Tribute In Light" shines into the
heavens above the New York City
skyline Monday, five years to the
day after terrorist attacks brought
the mammoth buildings crushing to
the ground. This photo taken from
the Staten Island Ferry.

Tribute In Light
Photo by Carolyn Cole / LAT
Spectators gather in front of the Brooklyn Bridge to see the lights rising from the
World Trade Center site on the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.


Sunday September 11, 2005.
The four year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Flowers in Pool
Family members place flowers in a pool of water in the footprint
of the north tower of the former World Trade Center during
ceremonies marking the fourth anniversary Sept. 11 attacks.

Ground Zero Washington DC Shanksville, Pennsylvania


Saturday September 11, 2004.
The three year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.

Moments of silence were observed at
8:46 and 9:03 a.m., the times two
planes slammed into the trade center
towers on Sept. 11, 2001, and at 9:59
and 10:29, when the two towers collapsed.

With quavering voices, parents and
grandparents of those killed at the World
Trade Center read the names of the victims
in a solemn reciation early Saturday to
mark the third anniversary of the terror
attacks.

Family members comfort each other. A tattered flag is carried to the podium.
The bell tolled four times to begin moments of silence - at 8:46, 9:03, 9:59 and 10:29 a.m - to mark when each tower was hit and when it fell. President Bush and Laura Bush together with Vice President Cheney and Lynne Cheney observe a moment of silence on the South lawn of the White House in remembrance of the terror attacks.
A bell was rung 184 times, once for each victim of the Pentagon attack. Visitors to a temporary memorial for people woh died on Flight 93 hold a flag at a sunrise remembrance.
Reflections around Ground Zero. Roses float in a reflecting pool at Ground Zero during the 9/11 memorial service Saturday morning.

The 'Tribute in Light' marks the September 11 anniversary.


Thursday September 11, 2003.
The two year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.




Wednesday September 11, 2002.
The one year anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks.


One Year Viewed from Space
One Year Viewed from Space

The World Trade Center Disaster Site at the
One Year Anniversary of the terrorist attacks.

Memorial Services at Ground Zero, The Pentagon and Shanksville, PA
World Trade Center The Pentagon Shanksville, PA

Amid threats, world remembers 9/11
Ceremonies held from New Zealand to London

MSNBC - The Day in Pictures


Union workers hold American flags
in support of the U.S. military efforts
in Iraq, Thursday, during a rally near
Ground Zero in New York.

Thousands of labor union workers
crowded along the western edge of
Ground Zero Thursday to show their
support for U.S. troops and the war
against Iraq. Thursday, April 10, 2003



Now playing - God Bless The USA - by Sy Lee Greenwood


A horrible tragedy occured at 8:46 Tuesday Morning September 11, 2001. There were 4 planes hijacked by terrorists. A senseless act of cowardness.

American Airlines Flight 11, crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center in New York. There were 92 people aboard, including 9 flight attendants and 2 pilots.

At 9:03 a.m., United Airlines Flight 175 crashed into the South Tower, carrying 65 people, including 7 flight attendants and 2 pilots.

At 9:38 a.m., American Airlines Flight 77 crashed into the Pentagon in Arlington, Va. There were 64 people aboard, including 4 flight attendants and 2 pilots.

At 10:10 a.m., United Airlines Flight 93 crashed Southeast of Pittsburgh carrying 45 people, including 5 flight attendants and 2 pilots. It is believed that flight 93 was headed for the White House when some of the passengers rushed the terrorists, causing them to miss their intended target and crash into a field in Pittsburgh. We thank those aboard flight 93 for such a courageous act of selflessness and bravery for saving the many lives that would have been destroyed at the White House.

May God Bless the heroes who have lost their lives in helping save the lives of others.



My Slide Shows.
The 9/11 Tragedy Slide Show
The World Stops to Remember 9-11

  Remember Seotember
Rafe Lavine and Peter Hanmer
  I'll Always Remember
Jo Ann Biviano
  For Spacious Skies
Matt Welch
  In Silence I Remember
Jennifer-Lynn Knoblauch
  In God We Still Trust
Silent Night - 9.11
Author Unknown
The Spirit of 9-11
Marc Guenet
National Anthem - Star Spangled Banner
Francis Scott Key
Melody - God Bless America
Irving Berlin
Melody - Let There Be Peace On Earth
Jill Jackson and Sy Miller
Medley - America Songs & Hymns

Medley - Amazing Grace

Medley - The Way We Were
Barbara Streisand
America the Beautiful
Katherine Lee Bates
Song - God Bless America
Sung by Kate Smith
Song - God Bless The USA
Sung by Lee Greenwood
Song - Only Time
Sung by Enya
Song - The Day the World Stopped Turning
Sung by Alan Jackson

Franks Salutes Police,
Firefighters
   May 3, 2002

God Bless America

Found in Oslo, Norway


President George W. Bush stands for photos at the unveiling of the Postal Service's new stamp Commemorating the efforts of recovery workers in the aftermath from the attack upon the World Trade Center, President George W. Bush unveils a new stamp in the Oval Office March 11, 2002. Standing with the President from left to right are Postmaster General Jack Potter, Firefighter Bill Eisengrein, Firefighter George Johnson, Congressman Gary Ackerman, Firefighter Dan Williams and Photographer Thomas E. Franklin. White House photo by Tina Hager. New stamp unveiled on March 11, 2002.  Click here to go to the White House Press Release.
THE PRESIDENT: Welcome. We're about to unveil a stamp, it's an extraordinary piece of work. I want to thank the photographer here and I want to thank Gary Ackerman for sponsoring it. This stamp will sell for 45 cents -- 11 cents, obviously, more than the current price of a stamp. Eight cents will go to a victims' fund to help those family members who are struggling in the aftermath of 9/11.


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The President Gets the Bad News
The President is informed about the attack while in Florida.
Click here to hear the remarks he gave at 9:30 A.M. EDT on 9/11/01.
Click here to hear the statement he gave at 8:30 P.M. EDT on 9/11/01.
Click here to hear the remarks he gave at 1:00 P.M. EDT on 9/14/01.
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Movies, Pictures and Slide Shows
Some of these movies may not be suitable for everyone, they are very moving and sad to watch. But, they truly should be seen. Please be advised that some may take a while to load. Mike Holts film "America" has some disturbing scene's. Please enjoy some very moving and loving tributes to the victims and our country.

HBO 911 Tribute Mosaic


World Trade Center Former Site
Information on visiting Ground Zero

Lights On 9/11...

Girl with Flag

Human Flag in San Diego
Human Flag on September 22, 2001 in San Diego, California

Very interesting  Interactive & animated links from USA Today
Interactive graphic illustrates:    Click on choice:         
...how World Trade Center collapsed

...Pentagon, where it was struck & take a close look at the damage

...how air traffic diminished over time Tuesday morning

  ...how the terrorist attacks affected the country

  ...where flights departed, their intended destinations and crash sites

...final flight path of aircrafts that crashed into  WTC

...
how the terrorist attack unfolded on the Twin Towers

...goes inside damaged Pentagon
 



PEACE ON EARTH

Let there be peace on earth
And let it begin with me.
Let there be peace on earth
The peace that was meant to be.
With God as our father
Brothers all are we.
Let me walk with my brother
In perfect harmony.
Let peace begin with me
Let this be the moment now
With every step I take...
Let this be my solemn vow.
To take each moment
and live each moment
In Peace Eternally....
Let there be peace on earth
And let it begin with me.

- Written by Sy Miller and Bill Jackson -

 

The Dove of Peace


The Dove of Peace flies from site to site, through as many countries as possible. Please help it make a line around the globe by taking it with you to your site, by giving it to someone for their site, by passing it on to another continent, or to the conflict areas of the world...




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Above 4 pictures courtesy of Ken Rocchio



Mike's 9/11 Memorial Screen Show


Thank you for visiting "America Is Mourning"..I visited
your beautiful site and I also signed your Guestmap...
I am honored to send you my tribute ....thank you for
requesting it...I have also attached my special award
(you do not have to post it) ..you truly deserve it for
a site so well designed..I would appreciate very much
if you would link both back to "Americs Is Mourning"
Thanks again for visiting
God Bless
Renee


Michael,  Great work on your website!  I found it very
interesting, nice layout, great content!  I have added
your banner to my banner link exchange page.
Michael Kerr

Im happy to present you with this award for your
wonderful tribute to Spetember 11, 2001.
God Bless you.
John Giuffre

I have attached a small gift for you,
if you would like to place it onto
your site.

Thank you very much for your time and
keep up the great work on your site -
Many Blessings - Knightess WynnJera
in care of Fantasy Fights.

Happy New Year to you and congratiulations, you have come
1st place in 911 memorial topsites. I am attaching your
award and I do hope you will display it on your site.

Thank you for your efforts in showing how proud we are of
America and Britain. God Bless you for the new year and
God Bless all of us in what is to come.

Kathy

You have made 2nd place in 911 topsites.  It was so
close this month. I have attached your award and hope
you will display it on your site. I have reset list so
you may now start voting for February, I am hoping to
have a new award each month so we have some variety,
possibly with different rescue workers.

Good luck for February.

Kathy

Congratulations

You have made 1st Place in 911 Topsites Ultimate.
I have attached your award and I hope you will link it to my
topsites.

Kathy

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June 2003
Congratulations on coming 1st place in 911 Ultimate list.
Your award is attached and I hope you will link it to my site.
You may now vote for July.

Kathy

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Remember 9/11 Flash Movie
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The World Stops to Remember 9/11
My 9/11 Timeline Page.

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Saturday February 1, 2003
Tragedy over Texas



President Bush said in a news conference Saturday
that the news had brought "great sadness to our
country," but pledged, "Our journey into space will
go on."

Columbia


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