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Remembering 9-11-01

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It's has been 9 years.


And we have not given up.


We are pursuing freedom, we are pursuing those who attacked us, we are supporting our military.


Please feel free to change out your avatar with this 9-11 graphic. And let's keep them up until sunset, Sunday, 9-12-10.


Despite differences in agencies, departments, personalities and people, we all stand shoulder to shoulder to show our respect to the Fallen in NYC, the Pentagon and those military brothers in arms who fell in the pursuit of freedom.


And we stand as Americans to support those people who, either in plain view or behind the curtain, are remaining strong in our committment to 'not falter'.


Post up you thoughts and thank you.


 

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Bump Sarge !


To those that think we will swallow the pap that they are trying to feed us, You are on notice. You have fooled many in our country but the sleeping giant is awake and he is not happy. The beauty of our system is we can get rid of those that forget they work for us. November is right around the corner and we are watching !!!!


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Bump Sarge & Cat, and shun the apologists and the like, 2 more months.

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Bump Sarge.


Whenever I think of 9/11, I'll always remember those who ran into danger to save others:  NYPD, PAPD, FDNY, and everyone else.  Too many good people never returned home, and the rest of the world forgets them too quickly.


We Will Never Forget.


Fidelis ad Mortem (Faithful unto Death)


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Bump Sarge.


Whenever I think of 9/11, I'll always remember those who ran into danger to save others:  NYPD, PAPD, FDNY, and everyone else.  Too many good people never returned home, and the rest of the world forgets them too quickly.


We Will Never Forget.


Fidelis ad Mortem (Faithful unto Death)


motto of the NYPD



 


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Bump SUPPORT ALL THE LEO'S, Firefighters, EMS, Military.  Remember all who have fallen 9 years ago. 


 


 

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 BUMP to all the comments.  


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It is a noble idea so, thumbs up.


I would prefer not change my Avatar, for personal reasons.


I do understand the prospective and my hat is off to all of you, because I realize that the avatar represents in a way our sense of unity against any and all enemies of our country.


I also hope you all understand that people that were On Duty on that day, people that saw it with their own eyes have a -somewhat- different prospective... So, I will use my old Shield number 7754 with a mourning band.

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As a Nation we must ALWAYS REMEMBER 9-11-01 and understand that our safety was forever threatened from that day onwards.   ALWAYS remember those poor innocent souls who lost their lives on that horrific day and ALWAYS remember our Brothers & Sisters in the Emergency Services (Police, Fire, EMS, etc) who gave their all in an effort to rescue as many people as possible from the attack sites.  The sights, sounds and smells of Ground Zero are a permanent memory for ALL who served down there during or after the attacks.  The size and scope of the attack was more than many of us could conceive!  DO NOT LET POLITICAL CORRECTNESS CLOUD OUR MEMORY OF WHAT HAPPENED THAT DAY, AND OF WHO WAS RESPONSIBLE!  If attacked, strike back fast, strike back hard, so hard that they never have a chance to recover again!



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It is a noble idea so, thumbs up.


I would prefer not change my Avatar, for personal reasons.


I do understand the prospective and my hat is off to all of you, because I realize that the avatar represents in a way our sense of unity against any and all enemies of our country.


I also hope you all understand that people that were On Duty on that day, people that saw it with their own eyes have a -somewhat- different prospective... So, I will use my old Shield number 7754 with a mourning band.



Frank, as I said in the other thread IMO that is a great idea for all of the officers who were there to use their own badge with the mourning band.


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BrooklynHillsCop says ...



It is a noble idea so, thumbs up.


I would prefer not change my Avatar, for personal reasons.


I do understand the prospective and my hat is off to all of you, because I realize that the avatar represents in a way our sense of unity against any and all enemies of our country.


I also hope you all understand that people that were On Duty on that day, people that saw it with their own eyes have a -somewhat- different prospective... So, I will use my old Shield number 7754 with a mourning band.



Frank, as I said in the other thread IMO that is a great idea for all of the officers who were there to use their own badge with the mourning band.



I don't think a specific avatar is perferred, I think Frank's badge w/ mourning band is excellent for him, as an non NYPD officer I wouldn't want to go with that for myelf, Retleo and BSL1123 are using different avatars as well and i feel that they are equally appropriate, i think the important thing is a avatar that shows remembering of 9/11

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It is a noble idea so, thumbs up.


I would prefer not change my Avatar, for personal reasons.


I do understand the prospective and my hat is off to all of you, because I realize that the avatar represents in a way our sense of unity against any and all enemies of our country.


I also hope you all understand that people that were On Duty on that day, people that saw it with their own eyes have a -somewhat- different prospective... So, I will use my old Shield number 7754 with a mourning band.



Bump to you, Frank.

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I will never forget the brave men and wome who ran into the danger and never came back out.  God Bless and God Speed to all of our soldiers still fighting the good fight in Iraq and Afghanistan. 

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BrooklynHillsCop says ...



It is a noble idea so, thumbs up.


I would prefer not change my Avatar, for personal reasons.


I do understand the prospective and my hat is off to all of you, because I realize that the avatar represents in a way our sense of unity against any and all enemies of our country.


I also hope you all understand that people that were On Duty on that day, people that saw it with their own eyes have a -somewhat- different prospective... So, I will use my old Shield number 7754 with a mourning band.


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No worries, Frank.


We are all shoulder to shoulder on this one. You're avatar is fine.


 


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Bump... Very sad day in American history, one that will effect this nation for years to come.  May the Lord give comfort to the family and friends of all those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001... I will never forget!


Above all, we must realize that no arsenal, or no weapon in the arsenals of the world, is so formidable as the will and moral courage of free men and women. It is a weapon our adversaries in today’s world do not have.

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all police and fire need to stand as one on that day, and every day after.

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I will never forget and pray that all American won't either.


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I will never forget and pray that all American won't either.


 


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We come from Germany, we are still useable in those days with our thoughts with you. We pray for your strength for living people have been killed in the attacks, for the rescuer to quickly spot and those who were lost in the rescue of the injured their life for the fallen and wounded soldiers of your country following the attacks defended. We also carry the sadness around these people in our hearts.
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BUMP TO ALL COMMENTS,RIP TO ALL OUR FALLEN HERO'S

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BUMP TO ALL COMMENTS,RIP TO ALL OUR FALLEN HERO'S



ALWAYS REMEMBER...............and NEVER FORGET - and for me - FORGIVING is out of the question.


It is what it is.............and.........these things too shall pass.

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We will never forget.


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In memory of my friends, Lt. Robert Cirri and PO Maurice Barry, PAPD, the members of the FDNY, NYPD, PAPD and the innocent civilians murdered by the Islamic Terrorists,


...and to those who have suffered from physical and emotional pain since then, including the rescuers who have become ill,


...and to the men and women of our military who have brought the fight to our enemies,


I have changd my avatar in their honor.


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For my fellow first responders who survived that day but are now dying from the after effects....Time for Congress to pass the Zadroga Bill!!!

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Amen, Sarge.


Those who are my friends or have seen my profile (especially, now) know my feelings about 9/11. The Pentagon has never been a "no fly" zone. Planes taking off from Reagan-DCA fly over it because the runways are very short and they must quickly gain altitude so take off South. Our street wasn't named Army Navy Drive on a whim... it has one of the 2 South Parking lots of The Pentagon. Those of you who live in earthquake areas, were First Responders here or NY, worked at the Pentagon, DEA, USMS, or Crystal City area, know what it feels like to have a large building quake.  I am 1.5 blocks from the Pentagon - our 12-level condo shook enough to cause the coffee to splash out of my mug while watching the morning news from NY and then it switched to Arlington. The 1st photo is an aerial view of the Pentagon in 1988... it is beautiful from the air. It's the largest building in the world at 6,500,000 square feet (604,000 m2), of which 3,700,000 sq ft (344,000 m2) are used as offices, and it has 17.5 miles (28.2 km) or corridors in its 5 Rings and 5 floors above ground and 2 floors below ground - the first floor below ground had/has shops, bus terminal, computer room - and square dancing was held there on Sundays. The 2nd below ground level was where I was a contractor in a vast computer area known as the National Military Command System Support Center - NMCSSC and a special security badge was required to enter that area. This was just before I went to work for the Federal Bureau of Prisons. 


I went to the hill at the end of our property, and took the photo of the breech into the Pentagon, which was the first 3 Rings (A, B, C). There were already people on the hill and floral tributes on the ground and against the trees... all were sobbing.  When I got back into my home, I had a message from a FBOP co-worker who had been pulled from her flight at the airport and had to walk into Crystal City - her hair was all gray with burned papers and her face was smudged from ash. Her husband was working our Command Center because we went on 24/7 lockdown and all staff were to report to their prison.  The second photo was taken 9/12 and was where I passed daily to go into DC and always waved at the guys who worked at the Pentagon Fire Department.  If I recall, the heliport was also there.  The quiet in Arlington was eerie.... the only noise was helicopters with search lights and first responder vehicles. The day will stay with me until I take my last breath and, quite frankly, I keep wondering when the next attempt or successful act will occur.  For me, I will remember until I take my last breath. 


I try to help my healing by working the annual Arlington Police/Fire/Sheriff 9-11 Memorial 5k. The woman who is usually the first to begin the 5k is a Pentagon survivor who wears her scars with pride. Her t-shirt has a photo of her sister, who did not make it out.


                                         


 


                                         


                                           


 


GOD BLESS AMERICA, FIRST RESPONDERS, SEARCH and RESCUE TEAMS, SURVIVORS, and THE AMERICAN SPIRIT.  


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BUMP!!!!!!


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