9/11 Remembrance Ceremony Sunday At RCSO

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Rolling Thunder raises POW-MIA flag and places it at half-staff.
The Honor Guard marches to the 9/11 Memorial Monument that includes a massive girder from the Twin Towers.
Colonel Jeff Davidson is the speaker. (Listen to his moving talk on this website)
Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department's Honor Guard perform the somber "bell ringing".
The great weather attracted a good crowd.
Rolling Thunder also places the POW-MIA flag at half-staff.
Taylor Bennett from Rockvale sang our National Anthem.
Col. Jeff Davidson was the speaker.
WGNS' Bart Walker served at the emcee.
Rolling Thunder was very much involved in the 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony at the Rutherford County Sheriffs Office.
Raising Old Glory and then placing the flag at half-staff.
Deputies from the Rutherford County Sheriffs Office gave a 21-gun salute.

A gentle breeze and temps around 78, residents and officials were a part of an on-going 9/11 healing as the fifteenth annual Patriot's Day Remembrance Ceremony took place in front of the steel beam that was once a part of the Twin Towers at the World Trade Center.

Retired U.S. Army Colonel and now Assistant to our County Mayor Jeff Davidson was the keynote speaker. He was stationed in Hawaii, which is in a time zone that is six-hours before New York. So it was the middle of the night, very early on September 11th, when his phone rang and he jumped from his bed.

Colonel Davidson noted, "I knew immediately that we had been attacked, and that our country would never be the same."


He noted . . . (Time: 39-seconds)


The program at the sheriffs office concluded somberly with Murfreesboro Fire and Rescue Department's Honor Guard with the bell ringing ceremony, followed by Rutherford County sheriffs deputies presenting a 21-gun salute, and then Rolling Thunder performing Taps.

(Time 1:38)

Here is the entire program (Time: 17-minutes)

Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold opened the program.

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