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Our 33

Updated on January 19, 2013
Our 33
Our 33

Our 33 went to work on an early Tuesday morning thinking our nation was protecting their work place.

Our 33 suddenly landed in a space without limits and boundaries – a place hard for us to comprehend.

Our 33 left behind their bodies to fly freely while watching us as we continue on our journey.

Our 33 were the ones lumped together with all the other fatalities on that fateful morning.

Our 33 were described as “PLUS CREW” in most of the stories written later that day.

Our 33 made us proud of our profession by their example, showing courage in the face of this very well planned attack.

Our 33 were 8 pilots – 4 American and 4 United—plus 25 flight attendants – 13 American and 12 United .

Our 33 should know we still speak their names; we know they were there and what they did, and we think of them often!

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      Jean lamkin 6 weeks ago

      Just a day between our bidsheet choice...I will live with this choice for the rest of my life...love you ALL!!! ❤️✈️✈️❤️

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      sandy jimerson 6 weeks ago

      These comrades embraced the definition of Flight Attendant and will always be remembered by those of us who remain behind.

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      GG Baba 2 years ago from Southern California

      Dear Reggie I will continue with the articles until all that needs to be said gets said. I thank you for your support it keeps me going.

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      Reggie 2 years ago

      Thank you thank you thank you for helping us rember our 33 fallen crew members I think often.

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      GG Baba 6 years ago from Southern California

      Dianne, your words come at a time when the focus of the 911 events will start to slide, but there is so much more to say about what happened to us and I will continue until I feel our voice has been heard. Thank You for your comment. Barbara aka GG baba

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      Dianne Muir 6 years ago

      Thank you for putting into words that express how we feel about what happened and that we as flight attendants were not acknowledged for being the eyes and ears of what was really going on up there. We will never forget and keep on writing, we appreciate it.

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      GG Baba 6 years ago from Southern California

      Thank You for taking the time to comment. It is fuel for my focus on a topic that is difficult to write about but needs to be said. Thanks again Jeanie

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      jeaniehoover 6 years ago

      Nicely said! Very well written.

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      GG Baba 6 years ago from Southern California

      I do want the reader to know I will continue writing because not only were our crews not acknowledged the way they should have been on 911 but we that were left behind have paid dearly since then too. Especially our airline industry and it's many employees.

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      GG Baba 6 years ago from Southern California

      It inspires me to continue on this quest when I get such nice comments.

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      Nancy Sue Parmenter 6 years ago

      I love your writing and agree with the above comment from Kay.

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      kayearls@sbcglobal.net 6 years ago

      Beautiful heartfelt piece. Thanks for writing it,