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    Parks did not mean to start a revolution, she was only standing up for the rights she deserved as a united states citizen, and that is very heroic. Todd Beamer and other passengers on the United Airlines Flight 93 were also heroes. The plane that they had boarded had been seized by terrorist members of Al Qaeda and been planned to take part in the tragedy of 9/11. These brave men and women made the decision

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    On September 11th 2001, the terrorist attacks spread fear and fed conspiracy theorists. On board United Airlines flight 93, everyone died, for a total of 44 losses (“United Airlines Flight 93”). UA93 crashed in a field near Shanksville, in Pennsylvania. Interpretations of the crash differ, as some believe the government covered-up its involvement in the attacks and others support that the passengers were celebrated as heroes, as they threatened their attackers (McConnachie and Tudge 401). The discussion

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    -1 1. Find at least two people who lived through 9/11, and ask them to: a) describe what they remember I spoke to my Mom and my friend Casey. My mom was three miles away in Manhattan when the first impact happened. It shook her entire office, on the 78th floor. She immediately called my dad and got out of the city; took a cab and paid the driver to go straight to Connecticut. She remembered watching the TV, shocked about what had happened. There was rage

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    Imagine waking up and seeing the Twin Towers being hit by airplanes and seeing mass destruction in the city. What would you do? How would you feel? What would you say if you were the President of the United States at the time that horrendous attack occurred? “ One of the worst days in America’s history saw some of the bravest acts in America's history. We’ll always honor the heroes of 9/11. And here at this hallowed place, we pledge that we will never forget their sacrifice.” 9/11 was a very tragic

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    What Makes a Hero? Essay

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    ability to stand out for longer, and to endure hardships for greater durations. The passengers on United Flight 93, which was hijacked by terrorists as part of the September 11 attacks on the U.S demonstrated bravery like few other civilians can measure up to. Although it is not clear whether passengers on the other hijacked flights fought back persistently, it is known that the passengers on Flight 93 attempted to take control of the plane, and were successful. During the 35 minutes the passengers

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    The Attacks on September 11th 2001

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    crashed two into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. The last plane fell into a Pennsylvania field never reaching its final destination, The White House. These attacks on the United States were formulated by the Islamic culture that has been planning this for many years. Shortly after these Twin Towers fell, the United States started mourning for the loss of those citizens killed in the violent

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    attacks as they unfolded. Preview of Main Points: Four planes were hijacked, each intended for different targets. According to the New York Times, the flights that were hijacked included AA Flight 11, UA Flight 175, AA Flight 77, and UA Flight 93. (Schmemann A1) Transition to Body: These attacks have proven that evil still

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    at peace. 7:35: Atta and al-Omari board American Airlines Flight 11. Five minutes later the rest of the Flight 11 hijackers board the airplane. 7:59: Flight 11, carrying 81 passengers and 11 crew members, departs from Logan International Airport in Boston, its destination being Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California. 8:14: Flight 11 is hijacked when hijackers Waleed and Wail al-Shehri rise from seats 2A and 2B and stab two flight attendants. Atta rises from seat 8D and approaches

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    September 9, 2001, at 7:59 am, The American Airlines Flight 11 took off from Boston Logan Airport with 92 people onboard. At 8:14 am, the United Airlines Flight 175 took off from Boston with a direct flight to Los Angeles. At 8:19 am, the flight attendants found out that Flight 11 was hijacked. During that time, the Boston Airport was in contact with the air force, but the air force ignored them, and thought was an error. At 8:41 am, United Airlines Flight 93 took off from Newark International Airport

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    at the two world trade centers in New York City. These attacks led to things America has never seen before. The attacks of September 11, 2011 forever change security in the united states as well the American people’s thoughts of immigrants The before the attacks of September 11 Americas security was pretty low for airlines at the, but after the attacks of September 11, that change laws went in place and scercurity doubled down because of what happened. Today you cant get on an airplane with hardly

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