Exhibit 13 (9/11 tribute video by @BlueManGroup) #NeverForget

September 11, 2015

In case you’ve never seen Blue Man Group’s Exhibit 13 vid tribute to 9/11, we wanted to share it with you. Per their youtube page:

The following pieces of paper blew into the Carroll Gardens neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York following the attacks at The World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001.

The Exhibit 13 video was created by the Blue Man community in response to those tragic events. We remember.

#NeverForget

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Hero Dogs Of 9/11 Legacy (follow-up video by Dog Files)

September 11, 2014

Ten years after the World Trade Center attack, the working dog community comes together to honor the dog teams that worked at Ground Zero.

Thank you Dog Files for honoring these amazing USAR K-9 teams.

Also see original Hero Dogs of 9/11 video and our tribute to 9/11 Ground Zero Responders. Never forget.

 


Hero Dogs Of 9/11 (video tribute by Dog Files)

September 10, 2014

A tribute to the more than 300 search and rescue dogs that helped in the rescue effort at the World Trade Center after terrorists attacked on September 11, 2001.

Learn more about Dog Files

Also see our photo and video tribute to 9/11 Ground Zero Responders from 2013. Never forget…


Never Forget (photos and video tribute to 9/11 Ground Zero Responders)

September 8, 2013

ground zero 9-11 patchAs we approach the anniversary of the 9/11 attack on our country, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on the 2,977 lives lost…

  • 2,753 victims at the World Trade Center (including 343 firefighters, 60 police officers, and 8 private EMTs);
  • 184 who died at the Pentagon;
  • and 40 at Shanksville, PA.

There have also been about 1,000+ responders who have since passed due to 9/11 related illnesses from working at Ground Zero.

People often forget terrorist attacks against our nation began long before the 2001 attack and, with all the unrest around the world, we will continue to deal with threats going forward. But we need to remain calm about the threat of terrorist attacks since they are a low risk possibility, and we should all be vigilant.

Our company works very closely with first responders across the nation so we ask you to please remember the sacrifices many responders and volunteers gave so willingly on that day – and everyday – to keep us safe. Never forget…

ground zero 9-11 robert pears

Credit: Robert Pears Photography

ground zero via seal of honor

Photo via Seal of Honor FB page

ground zero fema-2

Credit: FEMA

ground zero fema-1

Credit: Andrea Booher/FEMA

ground zero sar fema

Credit: FEMA

ground zero FL USAR fema

Credit: Michael Rieger/FEMA

ground zero flag 2

Credit: NY Daily News

And if you have an hour to spare, watch 9/11: Ground Zero’s Responders (2001) – A film by Lou Angeli — Narrated by Kathleen Turner. Angeli’s description on Youtube… “Within minutes of the World Trade Center collapse on 9/11/01, emergency personnel and volunteers from around the nation responded to New York’s call for help in what is considered by many as the greatest rescue mission ever. When everything could have totally fallen apart, these remarkable people revealed to the world the true meaning of the American Spirit.”


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