Imagine a cloud of black smoke covering the sky of your hometown or having to make the choice if you should jump to your death out of a skyscraper because if you didn’t, then you would burn alive. Imagine calling your husband while on a plane while knowing that will be the last time you tell him you love him. Imagine the fear you would feel not knowing if your loved ones survived a terrorist attack. This nightmare on an imaginations became a terrible reality for New Yorkers and American citizens. On September 11, 2001, four aircrafts were hijacked by Al-Qaeda terrorists. Two of the aircrafts flew into the twin towers in New York City, one aircraft crashed into the Pentagon, and the fourth aircraft crashed into a field in Pennsylvania. These terrorist attacks that took place on September 11 resulted in many casualties, an increase in airport security, and the United States invading Afghanistan and the Middle East.
Cole Barrett Coach Brodie 5/1/17 U.S History – F Period 9/11 Attacks On September 11th, 2001, the worst terror attack on US soil took place. 19 people associated with the Islamic extremist group al-Qaeda took 4 airplanes and carried out suicide to kill people in the United States. Two of the planes hit the World
September 11, 2001 (herein referred to as 9/11) was a day in American history, which will be remembered as the most horrific attack on American soil. This attack, carried out by nineteen Islamic extremists, was associated with al-Qaeda, and involved the hijacking of four airplanes. Two of those airplanes were hijacked and flown directly into the World Trade Center in New York City, New York. The third plane’s target was the Pentagon in Washington D.C., and the fourth plane was brought down in Pennsylvania where it is believed the passengers aboard fought the hijackers. This horrific day in history cost over 3,000 people their lives, and was labeled the worst attack on American soil since the attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II.
September 11th, 2001 is a date that will be forever remembered by many. It was one of the most terrifying and horrendous days ever experienced in the United States. Just this one event impacted every American, as well as effected others all over the world in some type of traumatic way. Best known as, 9/11. It marked a time that changed society forever instantly.
September 11th, 2001 is one of the worst moments that has ever happened for America. With the Death Toll of Approximately 3,000 people, 400 of them firefighters and Police Officers, this day is often remembered with memories of fear. I think that this is one of the most influence events in America’s History for many reasons. First, because of the death toll. Second, because of how it affects life even today.
9/11 On September 11, 2001 is a very known and sad date for every american. On this day four different terrorist planes hit the largest buildings, the twin towers were 50,000 people work. When this happened everybody had to not become selfish and needed to help one another. After this took place many people died and were
I was born on April 4, 1997 in Houston, Texas. On this day, NASA’s space shuttle, Columbia 22, was launched. The price of gas on this day was $1.203 and the federal minimum wage was $5.15 an hour. The median family income was $36,210 per year. The most popular song
September 11, 2001 was a very horrible day. The twin towers was hit by 2 planes. The 2 planes hit the sides , middle of the buildings. When the planes hit , their was people inside working. The planes hit like mid way through the building. The
Most people from one time to another have had a memorable event within their lifetime. One memorable event that spread across the United States and affected many people is what is known as 9/11. This event affected many innocent lives, those that survived as well as those that did not. September 11th marks in history as a horrifying even that now affects people’s societal, political, and personal decisions. It is marked down as a day no U.S. citizen would forget.
Allison Riddle Mr. Duncan 23 September 2016 ENG 1010 A Tragic Conspiracy September 11th, 2001 was a very traumatic time for the United States. On that day planes were hijacked and flown into the World Trade Center and caused the Twin Towers to collapse (“11 Facts”). Along with the Twin Towers collapsing, the Pentagon building in Washington, DC was hit with a plane and another plane crashed down near Shanksville, Pennsylvania (“11 Facts”). On United Flight 93, the plane that crashed in Pennsylvania, passengers became aware of the hijacking and tried to fight the hijackers to regain control of the plane (“11 Facts”). So many people were killed and within all those people, several of them were either police officers or fire fighters (“11
herefore, I believe that the attack on September 11, 2001 was a devastating day in American history. Not only did it kill many innocent people and destroy buildings and air planes, it ruined our economy and put us into a never ending war. Two hours on that Tuesday morning are having enormous ripple effects on the last 11 years since
September 11, 2001 was a day of a chain of events which changed the United States forever. Multiple attacks were placed on America, the first attack being the World Trade Center, (Twin Towers), in New York. The second attack was on the Pentagon. The third and final attack on September 11 was an attempt hit on what's said to be the White House in Washington DC; however, men and women were able to take some control of the hijacked plane and crashed in a small country field.
The Truth Behind Nine-Eleven September 11, 2001 will be remembered as one of the most horrible and unbelievable days ever experienced in the United States. It was a great Tuesday morning in New York and people were doing their normal routines. There were two World Trade Centers in New York that people worked in. They were all doing their regular jobs as every day but their ordinary day became something they had never expected. Out of nowhere in the sky came a jet and it headed directly for the North Tower.
As a native born American citizen, I am blessed. Blessed with freedom of speech, with freedom of religion, and with the ability to pursue happiness. Because of this American privilege, I am grateful, but I am ignorant. America is a great nation, but because we cannot fully comprehend what it
War on Terror Do you ever have one of those moments in your life in which you will never forget where you were? I remember waking up early on September 11, 2001, getting ready for school and my dad telling me hurry up to watch the news with him. Being in 8th grade at the time, the news really wasn’t something I would watch in the mornings so I knew it had to be something important. Then I saw it. An airplane crashing into a tower, people panicking, and mayhem ensuing in a city very well known to me. When any tragic event like 9/11 occurs, the effect it will have on a nation is tremendous. It left America in shock, anger, and sadness just to name a few adjectives to describe the insurmountable amount of feelings that we felt on that day.