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11 septembre 2011

Espoir En Images États-Unis Terrorisme

Les enfants qui avaient 8 ans le 11 septembre 2001 font aujourd’hui font aujourd’hui leurs entrée dans l’âge adulte

11 septembre 2001

Teacher Sandra Key Daniels, middle, and her former students, from left to right, Natalia Jone-Pinkney, Chantal Guerrero, Mariah Williams and Lazaro Dubrocq, reflect on their Sept. 11, 2001 memories of President Bush coming to read to their second grade class at Emma E. Booker Elementary School in Sarasota, Fla.


11 septembre 2011

Courage En Vidéos États-Unis Terrorisme

Extrait du discours de Bill Clinton prononcé hier à Shanksville. C’est près de ce petit village de la Pennsylvanie que le vol 93 de la United Airlines s’est écrasé quand les passagers ont tenté de reprendre le contrôle de l’avion des mains des terroristes…


11 septembre 2011

Sacrifice États-Unis Revue de presse Terrorisme

The Washington Post

F-16 pilot was ready to give her life on Sept. 11
The Washington Post

Late in the morning of the Tuesday that changed everything, Lt. Heather “Lucky” Penney was on a runway at Andrews Air Force Base and ready to fly. She had her hand on the throttle of an F-16 and she had her orders: Bring down United Airlines Flight 93. The day’s fourth hijacked airliner seemed to be hurtling toward Washington. Penney, one of the first two combat pilots in the air that morning, was told to stop it.

The one thing she didn’t have as she roared into the crystalline sky was live ammunition. Or missiles. Or anything at all to throw at a hostile aircraft.

Except her own plane. So that was the plan.

Because the surprise attacks were unfolding, in that innocent age, faster than they could arm war planes, Penney and her commanding officer went up to fly their jets straight into a Boeing 757.

“We wouldn’t be shooting it down. We’d be ramming the aircraft,” Penney recalls of her charge that day. “I would essentially be a kamikaze pilot.”