Memorial recognizes the lives lost on Sept. 11

"The Day Never To Be Forgotten” is remembered by those who live in the after effects.

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Memorial recognizes the lives lost on Sept. 11

The buildings are a great tragedy, but they do show how Americans will come together to fight for their flag. Sept. 9, 2001 stole over 2,996 lives from America.

The buildings are a great tragedy, but they do show how Americans will come together to fight for their flag. Sept. 9, 2001 stole over 2,996 lives from America.

The buildings are a great tragedy, but they do show how Americans will come together to fight for their flag. Sept. 9, 2001 stole over 2,996 lives from America.

The buildings are a great tragedy, but they do show how Americans will come together to fight for their flag. Sept. 9, 2001 stole over 2,996 lives from America.

Maria Adams, Copy Editor

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AFJROTC honors American lives through a 9/11 memorial. They remember the struggles of America during that heartbreaking time.

Cadets- Tamia Henderson, junior; Tennese Porter, junior; Kaitlyn Miller, junior; Francisco Lugo, junior; Jessica McBride, senior- raise the flag. They recognized the lives lost to the terrorist attack, and their duty to protect their country.

The buildings are a great tragedy, but they do show how Americans will come together to fight for their flag. Sept. 9, 2001, stole over 2,996 lives from America.

Colonel Michael Brown, JROTC instructor, salutes the flag in honor of all American lives lost. Brown and Sergeant Torrance McGee, JROTC instructor, served in the military to protect our country.

 

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