The annual 9/11 Rededication Ceremony was held Saturday morning, 20 years after the attacks. The event honors those that lost their lives in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, as well as those actively fighting against terrorism. It was held at London Bridge Beach at 8:30 a.m. and had a large turnout of both dignitaries and attendees.

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Odessa8

A MUCH needed event. It was AWESOME. Thanks for the coverage. I know there were more photos taken then what appears in the Herald. Can some of those additional photos be posted so we can share with loved ones, like minded friends that did not have an opportunity to be present, and others in our military service organization community?

Welcome Home to All Afghanistan Service Members.

We Have Never Forgotten and Will Never Forget.

Mike Beard, President, Vietnam Veterans of America, Mohave County Chapter 975

757

Thank you for your coverage of out 9/11 Rededication Ceremony. It serves not only as a Memorial Service for those who lost their lives and their family members and friends who grieve their loss but as a teaching and learning opportunity so "We Never Forget". Kindest regards & Semper Fi, Russ Mascari 9/11 Committee & Marine Corps League member

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