By Jim Irvine
It has been five years since terrorists attacked the United States of America by hijacking four civilian airplanes, cutting the throats of the crew, and crashing their airplanes into the World Trade Centerís twin towers and the Pentagon. Brave passengers aboard United Airlines flight 93 died in a field in Pennsylvania, but succeeded in their mission to prevent the hijackers from hitting another target. Almost 3,000 people died in the dayís attack.
Buckeye Firearms Association offers our thoughts, prayers, and condolences to those who lost a friend, family member, co-worker or loved one that day. We salute the rescue workers who sacrificed their safety so that others could live. We commend our soldiers who continue the fight to ensure that we are safe within our borders by fighting our enemy abroad.
Evil emerges every day from the shadows and terrorizes innocent victims. Such attacks normally affect only those close to the victim. The attacks on 9/11 were of such ferocity that it shocked our nation. Each of us are forever changed by the events of that day.
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Let us all remember - and not let time fade our memories.