Page Created September 12, 2001 | Updated September 1, 2002
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May God care for those in need and open his arms to those taken from us.
AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT 11
From Boston, Massachusetts to Los Angeles, California
the first plane to hit, crashing into the north tower of the World Trade Center
with 92 people on board.
AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT 77
From Washington, D.C. to Los Angeles
crashed into the Pentagon with 64 people aboard.
UNITED AIRLINES FLIGHT 175
From Boston, Massachusettes to Los Angeles, California
was the second to strike the World Trade Center, hitting the south tower.
Two pilots, seven flight attendants and 56 passengers were on board.
UNITED AIRLINES FLIGHT 93
From Newark, New Jersey to San Francisco, California
crashed in rural southwest Pennsylvania, with 45 people on board.
The Department of Defense reports a total of 125 service members,
employees and contract workers died in the September 11 attack on the Pentagon building.
An additional 64 people died aboard the hijacked American Airlines Flight 77,
which crashed into the west side of the building.
I understand tension is still high, however there are many good Americans and people of the world that are of a similar ethnic or religious background as the terrorist. That does not give us the right to condemn, condescend or hold anything against them. Please, let us not hold the only similarity they may have with the terrorists against them. Arab-Americans are being attacked twice, many were born here in the USA and have loved ones killed and injured like the rest of us. Some are attacking them in a sad attempt to get revenge. Not all hold the same beliefs as the real attackers. Please respect the difference!
Darcy, a Registered Nurse who worked at ground Zero, wishes to send prayer and thanks to "Fireman Joe" (Marina 95) She told me a story of a hero who worked at ground zero tirelessly helped and continued digging through rubble to find people. As Darcy was tiring from hours of volunteer work, he found a comfortable resting place for her to lay her head. She found out that although Joe worked throughout the night, his brother was one of the missing rescue workers who bravely went to save others. Thank you Joe, you and your friends are our heros!
I also want to thank Darcy the RN who collected supplies and necessities in my area to drive back to New York City in the days after the attacks.
I would like to send my thanks to my Uncle Rich. The Army called him and his barracks overseas.
Please visit the 9-11 Memorial page again!
If you have a Memorial, Tribute or Information page dedicated to these tragedies, please link them. We may UNITE our efforts for a great cause!!
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Thanks to everyone that contributed, sent me images and helped me put this site together!
Cliff, Trey, Judy, Joy, Nancy, and a few others I may have forgotten are a few of the contributors. Thank you!!
Thanks to WBRE for helping spread the word of support and encouragement.