09/09/2016
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An Astronaut’s View of 9/11

His solitary American experience that clear September day offered him the most unique view of the worst day in modern American history.

Remembering 9/11

Even to now, that fateful day marks a stark dividing line between everything which had occurred prior, and the events after. And for many, the world continues to be utterly different. I think that must have been the way Americans felt on December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor Day.

The Pentagon’s Sept. 11 First Responders

The USS Arlington’s motto –Strength, Honor, Fortitude – signifies a bond between the military community and those who came to its aid on 9/11.

Sept. 11, 2001, and After | Images

Countless words have been written about the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and what followed them. But not today. Today there are only the captions for the images, and the stark figures that do no justice to what was lost: 2,977 dead – 246 on the four aircraft, 2,606 in New York City in the towers and on the ground, and 125 at the Pentagon. May they rest in peace. We will never forget.

AMSUS: 125 Years of Advancing the Knowledge of Federal Healthcare


Open our latest publication to take a revealing and exciting look at the history of AMSUS and how it, through its programs and its incredible members, continues to transform the federal health space and improve health outcomes for active duty service members, veterans, and military families.
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