The tragic events of September 11th, 2001 will be forever burned
in not only our national consciousness, but also in our human
one. As part dedication and part historical archive, I
gathered some of the more poignant, heartbreaking, and heartwarming
items to display on this page.
There were so many heroes on that day that it would simply
be too difficult to dedicate this page to a single group. How
about I make it for all Americans.
The news breaks on the front page of The
Seattle Times. (requires Adobe Acrobat)
A tribute executable file: American Tribute
The attacks in all their ugliness.
The explosion as one of the towers is
The second plane flying into the tower
The devistation at ground zero
American eagle shedding a tear
American eagle ready to fight
A proposed plan for the new WTC
The Marine Corps colors still flies
proud in the midst of disaster at the Pentagon.
The flag is draped over the Pentagon
Firemen raising Old Glory at the WTC site
Six Month Anniversary Columns of Light
They carried Sergeant Major Curtin out
of the rubble
Flying over Ground Zero
Eagle sharpening talon
I'll take it from here...
We've reached the top...
President Bush's address to the Nation
What A Bunch of Idiots!! by Jason
You hit the building but missed America
Where was God in all of this?
If there is a God, where was He?
You Oughta Know
German sailor emails his thoughts
Germans show support for USA
The value of "Semper Fi"
Editorial from a Romanian newspaper
Settling the score by David Letterman
I Now Have Four New Heroes by Jason
President Bush gives and gets deserved
What President Bush is made of
Ice Sculture of fireman and angel
A fitting tribute
(needs high bandwidth!!)
Letter from a deployed Marine
Medal of Valor
Beware of the "Elevens"!!!!
The Devil Went Down To New York City
Osama's inter-cave memo (humor)
Operation Eduring Freedom
My cousin Troy's fighting the
war on terrorism
The greatest paint job for
a helocoptor I've ever seen
A 3-part series written for the Washington Post about recruits
in the wake of the Septemeber 11th Tragedy.
Part I: A Day of Terror Inspires
Recruits To Take Up Arms for the New Fight
Part II: For Female Recruits,
the Struggle Begins Long Before the Battlefield
Part III: Recruits' Dreams and
Fears Come Together in the 54-Hour 'Crucible'