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Traveling Wall of Remembrance, on 12th Anniversary of 9/11 Terrorist Attack, 2013, New York

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East Meadow, New York, U.S. 11th September 2013. A patriotic red white and blue balloon has messages written on it to William V. Steckman (Pop-Pop) of West Hempstead, who worked for NBC in the North Tower of Twin Towers, and died 9/11 2001. The Global War on Terror "Wall of Remembrance" a traveling memorial on display in New York for the first time, was at Eisenhower Park on the 12th Anniversary of the terrorist attacks of 9/11. The unique 94 feet long by 6 feet high wall has, on one side, almost 11,000 names of those lost on September 11, 2001, along with heroes and veterans who lost their lives defending freedom of Americans over past 30 years. On the wall's other side is a timeline, with photos, covering 1983 to present day.
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East Meadow, New York, U.S. 11th September 2013. A patriotic red white and blue balloon has messages written on it to William V. Steckman (Pop-Pop) of West Hempstead, who worked for NBC in the North Tower of Twin Towers, and died 9/11 2001. The Global War on Terror "Wall of Remembrance" a traveling memorial on display in New York for the first time, was at Eisenhower Park on the 12th Anniversary of the terrorist attacks of 9/11. The unique 94 feet long by 6 feet high wall has, on one side, almost 11,000 names of those lost on September 11, 2001, along with heroes and veterans who lost their lives defending freedom of Americans over past 30 years. On the wall's other side is a timeline, with photos, covering 1983 to present day.