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Share your memories of 9/11

Brooklyn firefighters George Johnson, left, Dan McWilliams, center, and Billy Eisengrein, right, raise a flag at the World Trade Center in New York on Sept. 11, 2001. The photo has appeared on T-shirts, buttons and Christmas ornaments. It hangs at firehouses across the nation. A mural of it was painted on the walls of a Louisiana prison. And copies were left as a calling card in Afghanistan by U.S. commandos. Many consider it this century's Iwo Jima image, recalling the famous 1945 Associated Press photograph of six American fighting men struggling to raise the flag on Mount Suribachi during World War II. (AP)
Brooklyn firefighters George Johnson, left, Dan McWilliams, center, and Billy Eisengrein, right, raise a flag at the World Trade Center in New York on Sept. 11, 2001. The photo has appeared on T-shirts, buttons and Christmas ornaments. It hangs at firehouses across the nation. A mural of it was painted on the walls of a Louisiana prison. And copies were left as a calling card in Afghanistan by U.S. commandos. Many consider it this century's Iwo Jima image, recalling the famous 1945 Associated Press photograph of six American fighting men struggling to raise the flag on Mount Suribachi during World War II. (AP) (Thomas E. Franklin / The Record)

It’s been 10 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, which changed the world and our lives forever. As part of our anniversary coverage, we’re inviting you to share your memories of that day and your tributes to those who lost their lives. Your submissions will be part of a special website honoring the heroes and victims of 9/11's tragic events.

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