. Silent REFLECTIONS
In Remembrance
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September 11, 2001

BOEING 757
Overall length: 155 fee, 3 inches
Wingspan: 124 feet, 10 inches
Maximum speed: 402 mph
Weight: 126,250 lbs (empty)
Fueld capacity: 9,370
American Airlines Flight 77
Type: Boeing 757
Route: Washington Dulles Airport to Los Angeles
Aboard: Fifty-eight passengers, four flight attendants and two pilots
Sept 11, 01: Crashed into the Pentagon at 9:38 a.m. EDT

United Airlines Flight 93
Type: Boeing 757
Route: Newark, N.J., to San Francisco
Aboard: Thirty-eight passengers, two pilots and five flight attendants
Sept 11, 01: Crashed southeast of Pittsburgh at 10:10 a.m. EDT

BOEING 767
Overall length: 159 feet, 2 inches
Wingspan: 156 feet, 1 inch
Maximum speed: 414 mph
Weight: 176,200 lbs (empty)
Fuel capacity: 13, 900 gallons
American Airlines Flight 11
Type: Boeing 767
Route: Boston to Los Angeles
Aboard: Eighty-one passengers, nine flight attendants and two pilots
Sept 11, 2001: Crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center at 8:45 a.m. EDT

United Airlines Flight 175
Type: Boeing 767
Route: Boston to Los Angeles
Aboard: Fifty-six passengers, two pilots and seven flight attendants
Sept 11, 2001: Crashed into the South Tower of the World Trade Center at 9:03 a.m. EDT.
Source: “Modern Commercial Aircraft”



View of Manhattan Island from the East River.The wide building in the foreground is the United Nations Headquarters. Behind it, topped with arches and a spire, is the Chrysler Building.

The Statue of Liberty (as seen from 1,500 feet) resides on Liberty Island in New York Harbor. The Financial District of lower Manhattan is visible in the background. The island to the left is Ellis Island.

Both the Hudson River and the East River terminate at the Southern tip of Manhattan where it officially becomes Upper New York Bay, or more popularly, New York Harbor. The statue is about 2 miles South of tip of Manhattan. Photo from TheInsider


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