Travis Mills, his wife Kelsey Mills, their 9-month-old daughter Chloe and other military families gather around the Survivor Tree at the 9/11 Memorial. (Photo by Sarah Lippman)
Battered by conditions at Ground Zero, the National 9/11 Flag has been collectively stitched back together over time by thousands nationwide.
Cash has his paw massaged by his handler. (Amy Dreher photo)
Photo by Amy Dreher
Casriel's students at Leman Manhattan Preparatory school (photo courtesy of Jennifer Casriel)
The final steel beam is lifted at 4 World Trade Center (Amy Dreher photo)
(Amy Dreher photo)
The American flag flies over the 9/11 Memorial from One WTC in honor of Flag Day and President Obama’s visit to the WTC site. (photo courtesy Kim Wright)
9/11 Memorial board member Craig Stapleton accepts photographic studies of the twin towers. (Courtesy photo)
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