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As we approach the 12th anniversary of the horrific and devastating 9/11 attacks on America, we must continue to reflect on the tragic loss of life and remember the innocent people who perished on that awful day.

While our nation has significantly improved its ability to fight terrorism, we as individuals must continue to be on guard while living our daily lives and going about our daily routines.

The adage “if you see something say something” is still very much necessary. We all have an obligation to do this.

September11, 2001 was a day that saw the innocence of our nation blown away-gone with the wind forever. It is a date that will always be seared in the hearts and consciences of every single American for generations to come. We shall never forget.

 

John Amato

Fresh Meadows

 

 

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