2008 marks the seventh anniversary of the worst terrorist attack inflicted on our nation. Patriot Day reflects the compassion of people who stepped forward to help those they've never met and the generosity of millions of Americans who enriched our country with acts of service and kindness on that 11th day of September in 2001. It is a true demonstration of why our country stands against those who force harm upon us.

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President Dedicates Pentagon Memorial

President George W. Bush dedicated the Pentagon Memorial Sept. 11, saying the nation will never forget the sacrifice and heroism there following the terrorist attack seven years ago. MORE about President Dedicates Pentagon Memorial

G-1, Pentagon Employees Remember 9/11 Fallen

One survivor of the attack on the Pentagon said she couldn't cry for more than two years after the event -- and today, it still seems unreal. MORE about G-1, Pentagon Employees Remember 9/11 Fallen

Chicago Remembers 911 with Military Recognition Ceremony

September 11, 2001 was a turning point in many American lives. The image of the planes crashing into the World Trade Center towers is forever etched in our memories. MORE about Chicago Remembers 911 with Military Recognition Ceremony

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9/11: One Happy Ending

Sept. 11, 2001, was a horrific day for Americans. The sights of our countrymen losing their lives are forever seared in the mind's eyes of our Nation, including the memory of a young Brooklynite named Monique Page. MORE about 9/11: One Happy Ending

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Paying Tribute to the Military's Men, Women and Children

It's been seven years since the images of airplanes smashing into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon were seared into our memories. MORE about Paying Tribute to the Military's Men, Women and Children

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Military Firefighters, Police in Iraq Reflect on 9/11

At 8:45 a.m., Sept. 11, 2001, tragedy struck the hearts and minds of millions around the world when a hijacked plane flew into One World Trade Center in New York City. MORE about Military Firefighters, Police in Iraq Reflect on 9/11

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