U.S. Marks 21st Anniversary Of 9/11 Attacks

9/11, two numbers that almost every American knows what it shows. 9/11/2001 was when two planes hit the world trade center in New York, one devastated the pentagon headquarters and one crashed in a field following a passenger revolt. It all happened on the morning of Tuesday when two commercial airliners hit the world trade center that killed more than 3000 people.

Biden To Commemorate 9/11 Ceremony

Today, President Joe Biden will speak and lay flowers at the Pentagon in the memory of the most devastating attacks on American homeland. At the same time, his wife, Jill Biden plans to address the audience in Pennsylvania, where one of the hijacked planes went down after passengers and crew members tried to storm the cockpit as the hijackers headed for Washington. Al-Qaeda hijackers had intended to crash the fourth airliner into a federal government building but couldn’t.

America After 9/11

9/11 changed everything for the American public. Anger, Fear, and Unity were all the Americans could not lose. The only time after the fall of the Soviet Union was when Americans thought that their Freedom and democracy were threatened by an evil enemy.

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