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 The members of the UNH Army ROTC showed their respect throughout the Sept. 11 ceremony, which was held in the Maxcy Quad on the fourteenth anniversary of the attacks.

The members of the UNH Army ROTC showed their respect throughout the Sept. 11 ceremony, which was held in the Maxcy Quad on the fourteenth anniversary of the attacks.

Professor Marty O’Connor shared a few words with the audience, and reminded everyone that “the most noble thing a human being can do is remember.”

Professor Marty O’Connor shared a few words with the audience, and reminded everyone that “the most noble thing a human being can do is remember.”

Members of the UNH ROTC program presented the colors at the beginning of the ceremony.

Members of the UNH ROTC program presented the colors at the beginning of the ceremony.

 

Darell Harper, an Air Force veteran and New York native, recounted his memories of Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001. He vividly remembered the events that unfolded that day and recounted his disbelief of the attacks. “This is my city, and this can’t happen,” he remembered thinking upon first hearing about the plane crashes in New York.

Darell Harper, an Air Force veteran and New York native, recounted his memories of Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001. He vividly remembered the events that unfolded that day and recounted his disbelief of the attacks. “This is my city, and this can’t happen,” he remembered thinking upon first hearing about the plane crashes in New York.

 

 

The Fire Science Club sounded the Last Alarm as a tribute to the 343 firefighters who lost their lives trying to help others. The Alarm signifies that their duties have been completed, and that they can return to base.

The Fire Science Club sounded the Last Alarm as a tribute to the 343 firefighters who lost their lives trying to help others. The Alarm signifies that their duties have been completed, and that they can return to base.

 

Photos by Samantha Reposa/Charger Bulletin photos

 

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