18 years ago today,
3,000 people would be spending their last night with their family and loved ones.
Let that sink in, and Never Forget.
18 years ago tomorrow my husband’s firehouse lost 12 men as they ran into two burning towers in lower Manhattan. It’s now 13 after our friend Ray Pfeifer died of 9/11 cancer. We’ll never forget their bravery and sacrifice. God bless their families and all of our first responders. https://t.co/OVvLnKGvPL
Today, 18 years later, our account is dedicated to remembering our 9/11 fallen brothers and sisters. Please join us in our vow to #NeverForget.
The 9/11 terror attack happened 18 years ago & it’s still heartbreaking & it always bring tears to my eyes. 3,000 people lost their lives. I will never forget & America will never forget.
18 years ago tonight, almost 3,000 people went to sleep for the final time.
The rest of America would be changed forever. Hug your loved ones a little tighter tonight, send that text even though you may be upset, we never know what tomorrow will bring. #NeverForget #September11
REQUEST to @POTUS
I’m from NY
A U.S. Marine
Lived 9/11 in uniform
Spent 18 years hunting the enemy & burying dead friends.
Tomorrow, I’ll be in the Pentagon, the other ‘Ground Zero’ bc it’s business as usual.
Please declare 9/11 a national holiday
We lost 23 brothers & sisters on September 11, 2001, and continue to lose more from 9/11-related illnesses. Join us as we pay tribute to each of the fallen we have lost since that day 18 years ago. #NeverForget
Remembering the 2996 people who lost their life in World Trade Center Attack 18 years ago.
Mastermind Terrorist Osama bin Laden was kept in a VIP Security for 10 years just 1.3 km away from Pak Military Academy in Abbotabad, Pakistan🇵🇰
Never Forgive,#NeverForget 🙏 #September11 https://t.co/imIZtM6qoe
18 years ago today, the tragic events of 9/11 occurred.
We will #NeverForget that day, or the people who sadly lost their lives.
18 years ago tonight, 3000 people spent their last night with their families
And for those 18 years as our troops have fought across the world 7,000 never returned home to their families
52,000 returned wounded
This is what New York City looked like 18 years ago tonight on Monday September 10th, 2001. #NeverForget🇺🇸
9/11: We will never forget the people who lost their lives and everyone affected 18 years ago today on the 11th September 2001. @allontheboard
#NeverForget #September11 #NeverForget911 #911Memorial #WorldTradeCenter #OnThisDay
On this night 18 years ago, parents would put their children to bed as terrorists prepared to attack the free world.
By tomorrow morning, America would be at war after thousands were murdered on 9/11.
Never forget the dead, the first responders and those who went to war. https://t.co/nxJOlt6LVJ
Tributes are being paid to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, 18 years on. #NeverForget https://t.co/6bxSlBC40o
We honor and remember the thousands of lives we lost 18 years ago today. The ones who left for work and never came home. The ones who answered the call and ran into danger without looking back.
New York City will #NeverForget their sacrifice.
18 years ago, thousands of Americans lost their lives in one of the worst attacks in our nation’s history.
We will #NeverForget those who died & our fallen heroes who fought to save them.
Thank you to the men & women who continue to fight extremism & defend our freedoms!
As a native NYer, my life, along with the lives of COUNTLESS others, was irrevocably changed 18 years ago tomorrow. 🙏 That day literally changed the entire trajectory of my future. God bless.
18 years ago today, Pres. George W. Bush addressed the nation on 9/11.
"These acts of mass murder were intended to frighten our nation into chaos and retreat. But they have failed. Our country is strong."
Remembering all those who lost their lives on 9/11, 18 years ago #NeverForget #September11 🇺🇸 https://t.co/OvgQvYnTKq
Air traffic map shows how US airspace cleared with mass grounding of planes on 9/11 ✈️🇺🇸
Today marks 18 years since the tragic event that killed over 2,000 people.
For more world news, head here: https://t.co/ykoGZGdRPI
Y’all pray that captain chaos will shut the hell up tomorrow.
Tomorrow is not about him.
It’s about 2958 Americans who lost their lives 18 years ago
Its about 2958 final breaths, heart beats, & birthdays.
It’s about unity - not division. For one day - let’s put him away. https://t.co/GekApGXkoc
WATCH LIVE: We will #NeverForget those who perished in the #September11th attacks 18 years ago. We pause to remember & honor the victims during a 9/11 flag unfurling at the Pentagon at 6:40 a.m. ET.
18 years ago, today, Donald Trump bragged about how his building was now the tallest one in downtown Manhattan since the Twin Towers fell (and that claim was not true).
To our friends 18 years on. We will never forget those who died, the bereaved, the injured and the many lives saved that day through the heroic actions of bravery from ordinary citizens and 911 professionals #September11th #NeverForget From Scotland UK 🏴 https://t.co/yWBrTdCmfS
What were you doing at the moment you first heard the news of the World Trade Center being hit?
What will you be doing today...
18 years later...
In loving memory to all Americans who lost their lives that day♥️🇺🇸🙏🏻 https://t.co/9mJvvhwcNH
I will always remember after this fateful day 18 years ago how unified this country was. People of all origins helping one another and a country that bled red, white, and blue TOGETHER. It’s heartbreaking that it took something terrible of this magnitude for people to forget...
Tributes are being paid to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, 18 years on. #NeverForget https://t.co/rZbcKUojYG
18 years ago.... seems like yesterday that we watched breathless as those planes hit the buildings. Gone but never forgotten 💙 #WorldTradeCenter #911Memorial https://t.co/EiSSZIxdtA
18 years ago, a group who believed diversity is evil and that violence redeems hurt us as badly as they could, in hopes we’d embrace their extremist beliefs, and hurt ourselves a thousand times worse than they ever could.
If we wish to honor the dead, we should stop obliging.