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Let us not forget what we are fighting for, what we are fighting to protect. On a clear September morning, life as we knew it was forever altered. Does anyone doubt this? The right to freely travel within our country, was seriously compromised. We now have to be subject to searches, xrays, magnetometer & other technologies, just to be allowed to travel.

Darryl Worley states:"The USO tour in Afghanistan over the [2002] Christmas holidays gave me an opportunity to spend some quality time with the people who defend the freedoms of this country, and I was just overwhelmed by that experience. I wanted to find some way to honor these men and women. When I sat down to write with Wynn after I got home, I was telling him about my experiences. I felt like some people tended to forget the terror and the horror we felt on 9-11. The first thing I thought of was, “Those soldiers damn sure haven’t forgotten what they’re over there for.” And that’s how the song came about."

Darryl Worley
Have You Forgotten
Darryl Worley

I hear people saying We don't need this war But I say there's some things worth fighting for What about our freedom and this piece of ground We didn't get to keep them by backing down Now they say we don't realize the mess we're getting in Before you start to preaching let me ask you this my friend

Have you forgotten how it felt that day? Too see your homeland under fire and her people blown away Have you forgotten when those towers fell? We had neighbors still inside going through a living hell And you say we shouldn't worry about Bin Laden Have you forgotten?

They took all the footage off my TV They said it's too disturbing for you and me It'll just breed anger, it's what the experts say If it was up to me I'd show it everyday Some say this country's just out looking for a fight Well after 9-11 man I'd have to say that's right.

Have you forgotten how it felt that day? Too see your homeland under fire and her people blown away Have you forgotten when those towers fell? We had neighbors still inside going through a living hell And we vowed to get the ones behind Bin Laden. Have you forgotten?

I've been there with the soldiers who've gone away to war And you can bet that they remember just what they're fighting for.

Have you forgotten all the people killed? Yeah some went down like heroes in that Pennsylvania field Have you forgotten about our Pentagon? Yeah all those loved ones that we lost And those left to carry on Don't you tell me not to worry about Bin Laden Have you forgotten how it felt that day? Too see your homeland under fire and her people blown away Have you forgotten? Have you forgotten? Have you forgotten...

In case you have forgotten, please let thise photos serve to help you to NOT forget what we are fighting for.

Before                                                                                   an Hour later..........

A mere 6 months earlier .........                  Tower 2 exploding in flames

While others ran out, Heroes Ran in.

How some perished,                                             How many more met their fate.

Let's never forget, the acts of cowards bent upon the destruction of all that we hold dear.

Even as that day started to play out, heroic Americans started to fight back as they ran in to save hundreds of people.  These actions cost them their lives.  Others, upon finding themselves on a hijacked airline, decided that they would not be used to harm others & they fought back bravely, begining our fight against Terrorism.

United Airlines Flight 93 was a regular flight from Newark International Airport (now known as Newark Liberty International Airport) in Newark, New Jersey, to San Francisco International Airport, then continuing on to Narita International Airport in Tokyo, Japan, on a different aircraft. On September 11, 2001, the United Airlines Boeing 757-222, registered N591UA,[1] was one of four planes hijacked as part of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. It did not reach its intended target, instead crashing in an empty field just outside Shanksville, Pennsylvania, about 150 miles (240 km) northwest of Washington, D.C. The 9/11 Commission (through testimony, tapes of passengers' phone calls, and the flight data recorders recovered from the crash) determined that crew and passengers, alerted through phone calls to loved ones, had attempted to overpower the hijackers. The Commission concluded that the hijackers crashed the plane to keep the crew and passengers from gaining control.
To help build the national memorial, visit the website for Flight 93 National Memorial Fund: www.honorflight93.org

They epitomized the American Spirit of courage, honor & self sacrifice.
We have not forgotten, We will NEVER forget that day...      But, have you forgotten?

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