- 9/11: Twelve Years later, America is more than stats (christinadesignsart.wordpress.com)
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- September 11th, twelve years later it still impacts us personally (repairingshatteredpieces.com)
- Twelve Years Later (youngkwakdesign.wordpress.com)
- Twelve years after 9/11, we still have no idea how to fight terrorism (marketsanity.com)
Coast To Coast AM – Aug 31 2013 – Other 9/11 Suspects – C2CAM Radio, Disclosure Radio
“September 11 – The New Pearl Harbor” – Full version (1/3)
“September 11 – The New Pearl Harbor” – Full version (2/3)
“September 11 – The New Pearl Harbor” – Full version (3/3)
Published on Sep 7, 2013
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9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out (Free 1-hour version) AE911Truth.org
Published on Sep 6, 2012
This is the 1-hour version of our 1 ½ hour groundbreaking documentary 9/11: Explosive Evidence — Experts Speak Out which is available for purchase as a DVD in our online store at http://www.AE911Truth.org or as a download or video-on-demand at http://www.911ExpertsSpeakOut.org .
- New Documentary from Massimo Mazzucco: “September 11 – The New Pearl Harbor” (consensus911.org)
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- Historians investigate what happened to 29 airmen and 4 sailors missing since the attack on Pearl Harbor, plan to display their names at the USS Arizona memorial. Fark: Japanese airmen and sailors, that is [Interesting] (fark.com)
- Fallen service members honored at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (dvidshub.net)
It’s been thirty-eight years since the end of the Vietnam War; the painful memories linger on for all whose lives it touched directly and otherwise, dividing American families, and friends alike even to this day.
I have been reminiscing the early days 1969-’75. We all have significant events that chart the course of our lives… one of which was the death of a childhood friend’s older brother Jim Flagella (UH-1 Chopper Pilot) on May 4, 1969 (Quan Loi, Vietnam) still brings a tear even as I type this post. My draft number was 215 when I enlist in the United States Navy on October 14, 1971 at the age of nineteen… five days later arriving in Orlando Florida for basic training.
Long story short I lucked out and was assigned to the USS Bryce Canyon AD-36 Destroy Tender (repair ship) station at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The ship received orders in August of 1972 to go to Da Nang Harbor tending Destroyers patrolling along the Vietnam coast. At the last minute the ships orders were changed so we headed for Subic Bay in the Philippines.
In June of 1974 I received orders to the USS Badger DE-1071. Little did I know the circumstances to this assignment would change my life… this is the catalysts of this diatribe… you see I met this young lady in February ’74 just before being reassigned to the Badger… love at first sight… then in July ‘74 the ship went out for sea trails for a couple of weeks during which time I decided to ask her to marry (never let someone go who loves you). Thirty eight years since March 1, 1975 and counting… I can’t forget to mention two fine young men now in their early to mid-twenties from this union.
Anyway, on April 17th (six weeks later) the Badger headed out for a six month deployment where I got a front row seat to history being made… the Fall of Saigon. I was up all night listening to the radio chatter as the events unfolded watching the sunrise just off the horizon… the South China Sea was littered with small craft loaded with people. We pulled up alongside an old World War II (LST) packed with maybe thousand souls. I will never forget a couple of young kids (8 or so years old) manning a twin 50 caliber machine gun mounted at the back of the ship. This was a “SAD DAY” for America and South Vietnam (we all knew then the Cambodian Killing Fields where about to begin). I will never ever forget that day. Read the rest of this entry