Pentagon Memorial TV special: A Nation Remembers
Gary Sinise hosts the official documentary of the Pentagon Memorial documentary.
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Walking into the Pentagon Memorial in Washington D.C., where a hijacked American Airlines Flight 77 took the lives of 189 people on September 11, 2001, a dense quietness blankets the air. The memorial is a public place, but the atmosphere is intensely private. No one can tell you how to feel about the memorial, just like no one can tell you how to feel about the events of that day. It is a place to take a moment to reflect in your own personal way.
Published: January 13, 2012
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Pentagon Memorial hosting Concert honoring Veterans’ Day
LOWER CHICHESTER — Described by many in attendance as a wonderful afternoon, Sunday’s dedication of the new 9/11 memorial was both touching and reverent.
The centerpiece of the memorial, which sits in a place of prominence at the Rocco Gaspari Sr. Park on Hewes Avenue, is an 800-pound, 4-foot beam that was once part of the South Tower of the World Trade Center in New York City.
By Liz Stark, '13
On September 11, 2011, students and faculty constructed a memorial on the school’s front lawn. In total, 2,977 American flags were arranged in the shape of 9 – 11, each flag representing a life that was lost in the attacks. In addition, the top portion of the 9 resembled a geometric pentagon, symbolizing the people that perished at the Pentagon.
Arlington County hosted the 10th Arlington Police, Fire and Sheriff 9/11 5K Sept. 10 in Crystal City. With 4,212 finishers the race went off with gusto at 6 p.m.
The race, according to the website, originated after Capt. Matt Smith and Detective Dan Borrelli returned from a New York run and decided that Arlington should host a race leading to the inception of the first 9/11 5K in Arlington County. All proceeds go to 9/11 related charities.
BALTIMORE (WJZ/AP) – Touching tributes are held across the country for the thousands killed a decade ago in the 9/11 attacks.
Alex DeMetrick reports Maryland has a new 9/11 memorial at the Inner Harbor.
Two beams of light illuminate the New York City skyline where the Twin Towers stood a decade ago.
“The Tribute in Light” capped off a day of remembrance at the transformed Ground Zero site, now featuring a memorial to the victims.
On September 11, 2011, the Hummels Wharf fire Company dedicated its' 9-11 Memorial. The Dedication ceremony was attended by over 200 people, mostly residents of Monroe Township. Fire Company President Bruce Bickel told the audience that "We are here today to honor those who died that day and all those who have given their lives since protecting our freedom." Chief Jeff Buckley welcomed everyone and said that "This Memorial will stand as a testament of our dedication to the residents of Monroe Township and to each other." Centered between the "Twin Towers" is a metal and glass case displ