In honor of the 13th anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001 and Military Appreciation Day- teams will pause to reflect on the catastrophic military failure of 911-


Belligerent fans holding flags upside down.


Air Force Wears White Chrome Helmets With 9/11 Tribute Stickers (Photos)

“The Air Force Falcons, for instance, are sporting white chrome helmets with 9-11-01 stickers on the back for their game Saturday against Georgia State. The white chrome helmets also feature Air Force’s usual blue lightning bolt decals”


It was also an opportunity to honor the victims and the families of the victims, and pay tribute to the military and first responders “for all that they do.”

What role did the US Armed Forces play on 911?


“Maryland is taking the tribute to a whole new level with a full patriotic uniform for Saturday’s game with West Virginia – including lyrics from the Star Spangled banner worked into the jersey and helmet.”

“Introducing our ‘Star Spangled’ uniforms that we’ll wear against West Virginia on Saturday,” Maryland Football tweeted on Tuesday.


Military tribute:

“In remembrance of that day 13 years ago, Pensacola NAS hosted a special 9/11 ceremony at the National Naval Aviation Museum today.”


“The Honourable Robert Nicholson, Canada’s minister of defence, praised NORAD and the U.S. response to the 9/11 terror attacks.”


Fox asked the audience not to forget the sacrifices made every day by soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines, police officers, firefighters and emergency medical technicians.

“When it’s required, they move forward to keep us all safe,” he said.

Thanks Brig. Gen. Fox

Never Forget-

The US Armed Forces were irrelevant in defending American rights and freedoms, our physical security, & The Constitution on 911.

Ditto for all other federal agencies and departments.



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Rejected 911 Memorial

Rescued 911 Memorial

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Photo- Port Townsend scene