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Traveling 9/11 memorial exhibit stops in Yuma

The exhibit is filled with relics and mementos from first responders who lost their lives on 9/11. More.

Camp Walker 9/11 Ceremony

Michel Diehl, the fire chief for U.S. Army Garrison Daegu and the Area IV community spoke about the 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony at the fire house on Camp Walker, Republic of Korea, Sept. 11, 2023. More.

Remembering 9/11: SBVC VRC Pays Tribute

On September 11, 2023, at precisely 9:11 am, the Veterans Resource Center at San Bernardino Valley College hosted a deeply moving and poignant event to honor the memory of the tragic events that unfolded on September 11, 2001. More.

View Resources for the Victims of Recent Mass Violence Incidents

The Office for Victims of Crime staff members extends our condolences to the victims of recent mass shootings. The Office presents the resources listed below, which may help victims and their families and the first responders and other professionals providing support to them during this difficult time. More.

Clinician gives advice on how to talk to children about mass violence events

Center for Human Development Crisis clinician Tania Monteiro said witnessing the aftermath of mass incidents of violence, such as Wednesday's shootings in Maine, can have a strong psychological effect on children. More.

Bereaved Japanese father fights on, 22 years after 9/11

The family photo above was taken in July 2001 at the World Trade Center in New York. Two months later, the man in the baseball cap was killed when a hijacked passenger jet slammed into the Twin Towers. His father, pictured far right, soon embarked on a quest for answers. Twenty-two years on, Sumiyama Kazusada remains as committed to his cause as ever. More.

Veteran's Union Beach home had fatal Sandy flaws. This 9/11 charity fixed it for free

Ben Webb thought he was buying his dream home. After serving four tours in the Marine Corps, seeing combat in both Iran and Afghanistan and suffering severe shrapnel wounds and multiple concussions, he purchased a three-bedroom split-level house for $295,000 in Union Beach in 2019. More.

9/11 Museum & Memorial holds screening of ‘Boatlift,’ documentary depicting largest maritime rescue in U.S. history

As terrorists brought down the World Trade Center on 9/11, marking the worst terror attack in U.S. history, it became increasingly difficult to evacuate Lower Manhattan. Thousands ran south to the water’s edge, trying to escape the raging inferno, only to realize they were stranded on the island with no way out because the tunnels were closed and subway service halted. More.