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RIP everyone. I went to school with the two daughters of the first plane pilot. They were both in school with me that day. I wonder how they are doing.

 

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RIP - Never forget.
 

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supprised no one started this post earlier i looked and i was like wow so i had to im trying to become a firefighter and i know many of those guys lost their lives along with the thousands that were in the buildings and planes again RIP
 

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yeah they had look in the search



rykid said:
supprised no one started this post earlier i looked and i was like wow so i had to im trying to become a firefighter and i know many of those guys lost their lives along with the thousands that were in the buildings and planes again RIP
 

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tomimoto my best friend was working on the century 21 infront of the towers, he was off that day.... a week later i enlisted him into the army and we went downrange when he got to my unit. He had better luck with saddan, im still looking for bin laden...
 

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definately a rest in peace to all those who have lost their lives on 9-11
being in new york is extremely difficult, i remember being in class when i heard the news, class was dismissed and i went to the roof of the college gym to see the towers. little did i know that image of the towers falling would be burned into my head forever. that had to be the most sureal thing i have ever seen. I will never forget.
 

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definately a rest in peace to all those who have lost their lives on 9-11
being in new york is extremely difficult, i remember being in class when i heard the news, class was dismissed and i went to the roof of the college gym to see the towers. little did i know that image of the towers falling would be burned into my head forever. that had to be the most sureal thing i have ever seen. I will never forget.
hey what school you went to, i went to city tech and devry before joiing the army.... my heart is in the BX!!!!! BronxBoombers 4 LIFE!

172 and grand concourse!...

what HS you went to?

PS. sorry is a little off topic...
 

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Never forget, I was getting ready for class when my dad called me and said to turn on the TV. I turned it on just in time to see the second tower get hit. I could not believe my eyes. We both work in aviation so he thought the first hit was just an aircraft accident, it was the second one that nearly made both of us drop the phone.

R.I.P. to all of those who lost their lives and special thanks to all firefighters/police/military personnel who gave so much to protect and help everyone.

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rip to those lost in 9-11 and the war aginst terrroism following the attacks, and blessings out to there loved ones who lost them
 

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RIP to all the fallen people that day. They will never be forgotten.

I still remember almost every detail from that day clearly. I was working in Jersey City, right on the waterfront, directly across the Hudson River from the WTC. I'll never forget being on the phone with my wife (girlfriend at the time), when all of a sudden, I heard screams from people looking out the window. I ran there and witnessed the south tower going down. Definitely the most surreal moment of my life.
 
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