Nineteen years ago, the world was shaken by one of the most tragic events in modern history. The Transport Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO wishes to honor our colleagues and all of the first responders who were lost on September 11, 2001. We also extend our gratitude to the first responders and workers who were involved in the rescue, recovery, and rebuilding efforts after that tragic event.

As aviation professionals, the impact of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 will affect our professional lives forever. The TWU asks all of our members and future members to take a moment to remember your colleagues who made the ultimate sacrifice on that fateful day.

American Airlines, Flight 11
John Ogonowski, Captain Thomas McGuinness, First Officer
Barbara Arestegui, Flight Attendant Jeffrey Collman, Flight Attendant
Sara Low, Flight Attendant Karen Martin, Flight Attendant
Kathleen Nicosia, Flight Attendant Betty Ong, Flight Attendant
Jean Roger, Flight Attendant Dianne Snyder, Flight Attendant
Amy Sweeney, Flight Attendant
United Airlines, Flight 175
Victor Saracini, Captain Michael Horrocks, First Officer
Robert Fangman, Flight Attendant Amy Jarret, Flight Attendant
Amy King, Flight Attendant Kathryn Laborie, Flight Attendant
Alfred Marchand, Flight Attendant Michael Tarrou, Flight Attendant
Alicia Titus, Flight Attendant
American Airlines, Flight 77
Charles Burlingame, Captain David Charlebois, First Officer
Michele Heidenberger, Flight Attendant Jennifer Lewis, Flight Attendant
Kenneth Lewis, Flight Attendant
Renee May, Flight Attendant
United Airlines, Flight 93
Jason Dahl, Captain Leroy Homer, First Officer
Lorraine Bay, Flight Attendant Sandra Bradshaw, Flight Attendant
Wanda Green, Flight Attendant CeeCee Lyles, Flight Attendant
Deborah Welsh, Flight Attendant

Never forget.