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    1. The Passenger “American Airlines, Flight 11. 9-11-2001. Economy Class, seat 32A. Boarding time: 7:45 A.M. Departing from Logan International Airport of Boston MA, Gate B32. Destination: Los Angeles, California.” I restlessly read my plane ticket over and over. It may seem as if it’s not a big deal. Just a boarding pass, right? But this isn’t just any flight. After being in Boston for almost two weeks, the homesickness is hardly bearable anymore. It’s almost been two weeks since I’ve seen my wife, kids, brothers, office friends, neighbors, and my good, old dog. I have to be at the Logan International Airport at 6:45 A.M. tomorrow morning. I’m finally going back to everything I love in Los Angeles. I want to be asleep so badly, and studying my flight information won’t help anything; I just can’t make my brain slow down. After trying to idly pass time for awhile I come to the conclusion that turning the light off and just lying in bed might be all that I can do, and after awhile I start to feel my consciousness ebbing away as I slip into oblivion.…

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    Quotes Remembering 9/11” 1) It took only 102 minutes for 2,997 innocent people to be killed in a terrorist attack in the United States (“September 11th Fast Facts” 1). The September 11 attacks lasted only 102 minutes, but changed the lives of many Americans in many ways. Most people can remember where they were on September 11, 2001. Many can also remember seeing a plane hit the World Trade Center live on television. September 11 was a powerful and emotional day for many people across the…

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    Yesterday, at 7:59 A.M. American Airlines flight 11 took off from Boston’s Logan international airport meant to go to Los Angeles. What wasn’t known at the time was that was the start of a horrible terrorist attack on The United States. 20 minutes later flight attendants on flight 11 informed ground personnel that the plane had been hijacked. Fighter planes were to be sent up, but just before they were in the air, flight 11 crashed floors 93-99 of the north tower of the world trade center.…

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    Reflection Essay On 9/11

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    9/11 Reflective Essay “you can be sure that American Spirit will prevail over this tragedy.” Colin Powell This experience didn’t affect me until my third grade year when I actually understood it. I wasn’t alive to actually understand this but when I heard about this I wondered why these people did this to our country. This was a very sad, tragic time for The United States. It was good that our Nation came together to help. This was a normal calm day in New York City when American Airlines…

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    terrorism took a drastic turn. In the past international terrorism was only a real threat to Americans when they were on the outside of these great countries boarders. Unfortunately this has taken a turn and makes it seem that no ocean of great size or the strongest of boarders has the strength to keep terrorism back. Besides the boarders and oceans not being enough to hold back terrorism, terrorist have also taken a tactical shift in the ways they carry out there threats. Terroristic…

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    There are many headline events that changed my life in positive and negative ways. Some of them were good and some of them were bad. We live in a world where even the smallest things can have a humungous impact on our lives. There have been times that made me feel incredibly vulnerable and there were times that I was not sure if I would make it out alive. Even though I am still breathing, sometimes I do not see how. In Billy Joel’s song, “We didn’t start the fire”, he refers to many events that…

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    9/11 Economic Analysis

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    On September 11, 2001(9/11) terrorist attacks were the worst acts of terrorism against the United States. At 8:45 am local time in the New York City, on September 11th the United States awareness of protection was altered eternally. On this day, a Boeing 767 of American Airlines Flight 11 transporting around 92 individuals on the board ,impact into the World Trade Center’s North Tower. Nearby, eight minutes overdue one more Airlines Flight 175 as well owned Boeing 767, which the same was…

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    every American citizen knows as a day of remembrance for those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks against our truly great nation. Even today, people still visit the memorial that was built to to honor the victims of that fateful day. Although September 11th is not only a day to remember victims, it is also a day to remember heroes. It is a day to remember those who gave their lives to save others. It is day to remember people who stood up for freedom and fought the Al Qaeda terrorist…

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    questions that were never answered and many that never can be. One thing we do know is the events that led up to the Twin Towers collapsing. At Logan International Airport in Boston, it was just a normal day. People were being checked by security and sent to where they would board their planes. Eighty-one passengers boarded American Airlines Flight 11 on its way to Los Angeles, California. In the same airport a group of people boarded onto United Airlines Flight 175, also going to Los Angeles.…

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    Pan Am Flight 299, August 3rd 1970 (Suarez). A man approaches a flight attendant and states that he wants to go to Cuba, he then pulls out a gun and bottle that he says is filled with explosives, and threatens to set them off if he does not go to the cockpit. The Premier of Cuba, Fidel Castro, was waiting when the plane landed at Havana’s airport. The only people to exit the aircraft were Captain Augustus Watkins and the Hijacker. Castro tours the exterior of the plane for around 40 minutes,…

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