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Package about how a ceremony took place this morning on joint base Pearl Harbor Hickam marking the 10th anniversary of the september 11 attacks. Airmen from the active duty, reserve, and Air National Guard, gathered together in the early dawn hours to reflect on the events of nine eleven, and to pay respect to those that perished during the attacks. Service members stood in three distinct formations symbolizing New York, Washington DC, and Pennsylvania, the three locations hit in the attack. This morning's ceremony reminded all, that the attacks of Sept 11 affected the Entire United States. Soundbite includes Hawaii Governor Neal Abercrombie. Flags where raised to half staff as a kc-135 tanker, crewed by air guard and active air force members, flew over head. Today's ceremony is just one of the many events taking place across the country this weekend in remembrance of the September 11. Produced by Tech Sgt. Andrew Jackson, Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam. Also available in High Definition.

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This work, Hawaii Airmen Remember 9-11, by TSgt Andrew Jackson, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.9.2011

Date Posted:09.10.2011 3:04AM


Video ID:125372





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