The 40 passengers and crew who fought back against their hijackers aboard Flight 93 on Sept. 11, 2001, performed one of the most courageous acts in U.S. history, former President George W. Bush said Saturday at a ceremony dedicating the first phase of a memorial at the nation’s newest national park.
Authorities in Philadelphia are gearing up ahead of the tenth anniversary of September 11.
SEPTA is requiring all it’s rail engineers to wear fluorescent green and yellow vests when operating trains, saying it’s for safety and security reasons. It’s something the engineer’s union doesn’t like.
From coast to coast, it was National Train Day including 30th Street station in Philadelphia.
A protest over body scanners and pat-down procedures at Philadelphia International Airport had no impact on 84,000 passengers moving through the airport on the fourth busiest travel day of the year.
Just say no to flying. That’s the message resonating with a grass roots organization that disapproves of new full body scanners and pat-downs from Transportation Security Administration officials.
“Arms to your side and then above your head.” Those are the instructions travelers are receiving at the Philadelphia International Airport.
The security line inched along at Philadelphia International Airport, the memory of Friday’s terror threat still fresh on passengers’ minds.
After September 11th, airport security became a top priority. And the averted Times Square car bomb shows how terrorists aren’t just using planes to try and attack us.