“Patriot day” is a day of remembrance for the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the New York World Trade Center and the Pentagon in 2001, as well as a series of other terrorist attacks across the United States. This catastrophic event caused the deaths of thousands of civilians along with civil servants. The holiday also recognizes those who died attempting to rescue people trapped by the attacks.

This day, officially recognized by the United States of America’s Law, is an occasion to remember those who lost their lives and honor those who bravely fought against terrorism.

1. Patriot day’s events:

Patriot Day is observed annually on September 11 and President Barack Obama rededicated it as Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance (2009).Although it is also not a federal holiday, Patriot Day is observed throughout many states with memorials and ceremonies. In addition to attending a variety of the special events and activities planned for Patriot Week, residents are encouraged to take time to look back on our history to deepen their appreciation and understanding of America’s spirit. Especially, they are asked to honor the dead with a moment of silence beginning at 8:46 AM (EDT) which is the time the first plane hit the North Tower of the WTC. Patriot Day is also a flag flying holiday; flags should be displayed at half-staff from sunrise to sundown in honor of the lives that were lost on this day. Americans across the country are called to come together and volunteer to their local communities in tribute to the first responders and individuals lost in the attacks. And if you are looking for shirts for your upcoming volunteer trips, then our store is the best choice for you.

 

2. Remember and honor: 

Every year since the tragic day of September 11, 2001, all American citizens come together to remember and honor the fallen. Fighting valiantly till the end, their lives and stories are forever memorialized and illuminate this dark day in history.

National Day of Service and Remembrance is a difficult day for many, with some solace found in the memorial tributes to those who lost their lives, and through support groups dedicated to spreading kindness and comfort to families today. Memorial events and prayer vigils are participated in across the country. Today, reflecting and remembering the events that took place in 2001 reminds people of the sensitivity of time and the importance of standing united as a nation.

Patriot Day gives all of us time to reflect on the devastating terror attacks that took nearly 3,000 lives. We commemorate those who we lost and give thanks to the brave first responders who put their lives on the line. Take a moment today to consider what we stand for as a nation and how we can work together to make the world a better place for all.

At Orange Prints, we can help you show your remember and honor to those who have fallen by wearing shirts or hoodies with the country’s flag, heroes, and scenes reenacting the battle of that year.

Visit our store at here now!

Read more:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.