Air men and women at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base remember 9/11
Updated: Updated 09/11/2012 04:20 PM
By: Rebecca Fath
SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB—North Carolina's air men and women said a heartfelt thank you to the men and women who lost their lives because of 9/11.
On Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, firemen and EMT'S shared personal stories about how the attacks have changed their lives.
“It was a very emotional ceremony. There was a lot of grief and pain in the slides, in the pictures and in the speeches,” said 1st Lt. Chris Dommert with the US Air Force.
They also did a 24-hour remembrance run to honor victims, some ran in full gear.
"To be honest any firefighter can do this. It is just something I choose to do to memorialize my brother," said Capt. Brent Collins of the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base Fire Department.
Members of the Air Force at Seymour Johnson also held a barbecue to celebrate the lives of 9/11 victims.
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