September 11, 2006
The 2,996 Project: Remembering Charles M. Kasper, FDNYTopics: America The Beautiful
The 2,996 project was launched by D.C. Roe, and involves more than 3,000 bloggers who have joined together to commemorate each and every one of the victims of 9/11 on this day, the fifth anniversary of the day that our nation was attacked by Islamist terrorists, the day that America woke up to the fact that Islamic extremists were at war against the United States of America.
As a partipant in the 2,996 Project, Hyscience is honored to remember Charles L. Kasper, 54, Battalion Chief, SOC Battalion, FDNY, who was killed on 9/11while attempting to save others. Charles was one of the 343 firefighters and the chaplain that was lost that terrible day. Charles is believed to have been survived by his wife and four (possibly five) children, the youngest of whom, Mike, attended Columbia University (See NYT profile - Charles L. Kasper: Granddaddy's Trains).
NEVER FORGET 9/11 AND NEVER FORGET OUR RESOLVE - THERE WILL BE NO QUARTER FOR THE ISAMISTS THAT STILL THREATEN OUR NATION.
Posted by Richard at September 11, 2006 10:12 AM
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