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The AP via YellowBrix, NYPD
February 11, 2010
about 4 years ago
Lets never ever forget what happened on 9-11. Never forget the brave men and women of the NYPD, FDNY and the Port Authority PD. Maybe the liberals should take another look at these picture and try to understand what were dealing with. These bastards have no rights to anything and everything should be done to stop the war on terrorism at all cost.
My skin still crawls and I still can't hold back the tears every time I see these.
Just as President Harry S Truman said about 7 December, 1941, September 11, 2001 is a day that will live in infamy. We must never forget the horror we were shown, and the lengths terrorists will go to to kill all of us. We must also never forget the brave men and women of the NYPD and the FDNY who rushed into danger, when everyone else ran out. Their courage and determination will live after them. 9/11: Let us never forget. We are at war.
photos taken by my dear friend and former roommate for awhile, DETECTIVE GREG SEMMINDINGER, AVIATION UNIT, NYPD RETIRED.
fplasencia: Thank you for your service from all of us in the US.
Still uncomprehendable :(
I ECHO THE WORDS WE MUST NEVER FORGET THIS DAY AND OUR FALLEN HERO'S MAY GOD BLESS OUR GREAT NATION
Don't thine we will ever forget. We lost to many good men and ladies that day for it to ever ve frogotten. May God give comfort to all
fplasenia, Thank you for your service.. Even though I was a volunteer fire fighter at the time in NM I still feel saddened by the loss of all the brothers and sisters that lost their lives on that fateful day.
May all the LEO's, Fire Fighters and civilians that lost their lives Rest in Peace.
Thank you for your service especially on that day fplasencia! My thoughts and prayers remain with everyone involved. May we never forget!
We will never forget, however, I don't like being reminded...
NEVER, EVER FORGET THAT DAY... PLEASE.
It was just about 9:30 AM EST that my TV woke me up.
I had the alarm set for 9:30 AM everyday, on NY1 News…
My wife asked, still have asleep, what kind of sick movie was that now. Then, I really woke up completely, and told her it was not a movie, but the news. I couldn’t really understand anything, so I rush to my leaving room window… I used to live in Park Slope, right on the path of the N and R Subway Line. From my windows you could see the Twin Towers clearly… I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw the smoke coming off the towers.
Then, I realized that there were just too many people in the street below me. People were coming out of the Union Street Station by the 100’s…
I immediately realized that was supposed to be a Rapid Mobilization. I grab the phone and tried to call my command… No way. I grab the cell phone and tried again… No way. I told my wife: “I got to get to Station House NOW. I don’t know what this is, but whatever it is, it is for real”.
Traffic was a nightmare, but using the PCT Parking Plate I got thru all check points fast. I still remember that there was no place at all to park at the precinct. The guys at the barricade around the PCT let me in and told me to leave my truck anywhere… I rushed up to the 4th Floor Locker room and found the Coordinator on the phone trying to alert everyone on the Rapid Mobilization… I put on the uniform, grabbed a radio and the keys to a Patrol Car…
From that moment on, I was on duty for about 12 hrs a day...
Some of the duties that followed will stay in my memory for as long as I live.
May God bless the souls of my brothers in the NYPD and FDNY as well as the souls of every victim of this horrific attack on America.
NO, I WILL NEVER FORGET.
its all part of American history and a day that will never be forgotten
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