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Remembering September 11th - 13 Years Later

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National 9/11 Memorial and Museum

As we look back and remember the horrific events of September 11, 2001, and the almost 3000 lives lost on American soil, we stop to honor and memorialize those who were lost on that fateful morning 13 years ago. And although it was a day of unbelievable sadness, we also remember the many acts of heroism from first responders and citizens during one of the worst days in American history. We are reminded of a proud country made even stronger by the determination, strength, sacrifice and unity of its citizens and warriors alike.


Recently, some of our Forged team had the chance to visit the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum in New York City. It was an honor to witness the beauty that has been created out of the ashes of the World Trade Center. To describe the emotions, the scale, the lives lost -- is difficult to transcribe with words. Instead, we look at the images and remember.





Part of remembering on this National Day of Service and Remembrance is to remain ever vigilant to honor and protect the memories of those who have fallen in the 13 years since September 11.

Keep this in mind throughout September.

Thank you!

2 comments

  • Justin A. Hunt : October 06, 2014

    Even after 13 years my stomach still pulls up into my throat. I remember sitting in class as the events unfolded in front of world. To the men and women who continue the fight. Thank you for keeping my family safe. This is the Land Of The Free and Home Of The Brave.. Till the end.

  • damon e. gates: September 12, 2014

    Spectacular! Touching! Emotional! Thank you, Forged Family, for your kind messages AND Great Photos!

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