Never Forget…

0937, September 11,  2001… This picture, to me, epitomizes the Pentagon’s response… 184 lives were lost that day. The benches face in opposite directions for a reason. If they face west, the bench memorializes those who were on AA Flt … Continue reading

77 Minutes…

That is how long it took to change America forever… Take a moment to pause and reflect on today’s 14th remembrance of 9/11. I would urge you in your own way and own time this Friday, to remember those that … Continue reading

Never Forget…

Captain Larry Getzfred, Captain Jack Punches (USN Ret), AW1 Joseph Pycior died in the NCC.  AAR is HERE. Nuff said… … Continue reading

YGTBSM!!!

To ‘rah-rah American’ for the 9/11 Museum??? According to the NYT article, that was the exact sentiment… Michael Shulan, the museum’s creative director, was among staffers who considered the Tom Franklin photograph too kitschy and “rah-rah America,” according to “Battle … Continue reading

9/11…

Today marks the 11th anniversary of 9/11, and I ask you to join me in remembering the innocent lives lost and the inspiring efforts of heroes from all walks of life who acted selflessly to help others. Nearly 3,000 people … Continue reading

Remember…

WTC   AA11   UA175   Pentagon   AA77   Shanksville   UA93 Budweiser just replayed this commercial for the second time ever, and at the end added the words “We did not forget”…  Class act…   … Continue reading

9/11 Memories… I will NEVER Forget, nor will I Forgive…

We are coming up on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11/01 attacks on the United States by four sets of al-Queda hijackers…These images were burned into our consciousness that day… American Airlines Flight 11, and United Flight 175 hit the … Continue reading

Never Forget…

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Never Forget…

7 Years ago today… Take a moment to remember those who died please. … Continue reading

9/11- Time to move on???

Reading the newspapers this morning and listening to the news has just flat pissed me off…I lost two good friends in the Pentagon, Retired Captain Jack Punches and Captain Larry Getzfred. I served with and crossed paths with both these … Continue reading