New York City Ground Zero : News Photo

New York City Ground Zero

405952 06: Senior Chief Operations Specialist Tim Easter of Afloat Training Group, Mayport, FL, and over 500 Sailors from 20 U.S. Navy ships in New York City for the 15th annual Fleet Week celebration, turned out to render honors and present flags to workers at 'Ground Zero' May 28, 2002 following the removal of the last remaining World Trade Center structure, Column Number 1001B of Two World Trade Center. The 30-foot column remained standing following the collapse of the twin towers, when terrorists flew two commercial airliners into both skyscrapers on September 11, 2001. The resulting collapse created a mountain of 1.8 million tons of steel and concrete. More than 3000 people perished in the attack. (Photo by U.S. Navy/Getty Images)
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405952 06: Senior Chief Operations Specialist Tim Easter of Afloat Training Group, Mayport, FL, and over 500 Sailors from 20 U.S. Navy ships in New York City for the 15th annual Fleet Week celebration, turned out to render honors and present flags to workers at 'Ground Zero' May 28, 2002 following the removal of the last remaining World Trade Center structure, Column Number 1001B of Two World Trade Center. The 30-foot column remained standing following the collapse of the twin towers, when terrorists flew two commercial airliners into both skyscrapers on September 11, 2001. The resulting collapse created a mountain of 1.8 million tons of steel and concrete. More than 3000 people perished in the attack. (Photo by U.S. Navy/Getty Images)
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May 28, 2002
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