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I saw a TV show about the passengers of United 93 and I was amazed by their composure and courage. I want to personally honor this group of people who showed all of us in the United States what it means to be a hero against terrorism.
I wanted something to memorialize the sacrifices that public service workers make each day.
I wear a POW Bracelet for SSG James A. Champion, USA Ranger, from the Vietnam war. My daughter saw the bracelets and wanted one so that she will never forget what happened on 9-11. I always tell her that history will repeat itself if we do not educate others.
Victims of Terrorism Memorial Bracelets and Dog Tags

In the 1970's, we wore Prisoner of War, POW bracelets, and Missing in Action, MIA bracelets bearing the name of a captured or lost soldier. We did this to keep this person in our hearts and minds, even if we did not know them personally. We proudly wore these bracelets, and some still do, as a symbol of hope that the POW's and MIA's would return home to their families.

Today, we also keep others in our memories... Victims and Heroes of Terrorism. To keep the memory alive of those who have died innocently at the hands of terrorists or fighting terrorism, we now also wear Memorial Bracelets. By wearing a Memorial Bracelet, we show our patriotism and offer our moral and financial support to the families of these Victims and Heroes of Terrorism.

$2.00 from the sale of each bracelet is donated to charities that support the families of the heroes and victims of terrorism.

To select a bracelet engraved with a name of a Victim of Terrorism, choose an event below to view a list of names.

Bracelets and Dog Tags Engraved with:

In the Following Format:
Memorial Bracelets 9-11 World Trade Center Bracelet Layout
Red Aluminum Cuff Bracelet with Recessed Engraved
Person's Name ($15.99) with Optional Flag Icon ($2.75) Shown
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1993 WTC Bombing
The World Trade Center was attacked for the first time on February 26, 1993. Terrorists detonate 1,500 pounds of explosives in a van parked in the underground public lot of the WTC, two levels below the southern wall of the North Tower. The attack killed six people, including a pregnant woman, injured more than a thousand, created a five-story crater beneath the towers, and resulted in hundreds of millions of dollars in damage.
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7/7 London Bombings
On July 7, 2005 a series of co-ordinated suicide attacks were carried out by four Islamist terrorists aboard three underground trains and a double-decker bus during the morning rush hour in London.  This event is often referred to in the UK as 7/7.  Fifty-two civilians and the four suicide-bombers were killed in the attacks, and over 700 people were injured.  The attack occurred the day after the city was selected to host the 2012 Summer Olympics.
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9/11 American Flight 11
On September 11, 2001, American Airlines Flight 11 with 81 passengers and 11 crew en route from Boston to Los Angeles was hijacked by terrorists and flown into the north tower of the World Trade Center.
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9/11 American Flight 77
On September 11, 2001, American Airlines Flight 77 with 58 passengers and 6 crew en route from Washington Dulles to Los Angeles was hijacked by terrorists and flown into the Pentagon.
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9/11 Pentagon
On September 11, 2001, American Airlines Flight 77 was hijacked by terrorists and crashed into the Pentagon.
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9/11 United Flight 175
On September 11, 2001, United Airlines Flight 175 with 56 passengers and 9 crew en route from Boston to Los Angeles was hijacked by terrorists and flown into the south tower of the World Trade Center.
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9/11 United Flight 93
On September 11, 2001, United Airlines Flight 93 with 38 passengers and 7 crew en route from Newark to San Francisco, was hijacked by terrorists and crashed into a field in Somerset County, Pennsylvania.
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9/11 World Trade Center
On September 11, 2001, The World Trade Center collapsed when American Airlines Flight 11 was hijacked by terrorists and crashed into the north tower and United Airlines Flight 175 was hijacked by terrorists and crashed into the south tower.
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Bali Terrorist Attack
The worst terrorist attack since September 11 occurred on October 12, 2002 at a resort in Bali, Indonesia, when a car bomb exploded in a busy tourist area filled with nightclubs, cafes, and bars. The attack killed over 200 persons from two-dozen nations. Seven US citizens died.
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Boston Marathon Bombing
Two explosive devices made out of pressure cookers hidden in back packs were detonated simultaneously at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15th, 2013.  The bombs killed 3 people (a 29-year-old restaurant worker, an Eight-year-old of Boston\'s Dorchester neighborhood and 23-year-old Boston University graduate student from China) and wounded more than 180 people, many of whom lost limbs.  On April 18th, the two men were identified.  That night they killed an MIT police officer and wounded another who confronted them.  During a gun fight with police later that night, one of the suspects was killed.  The other was captured the next day.
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Chattanooga Shooting
On July 16, 2015 a man opened fire at an armed forces recruiting center and a Navy Reserve center in Chattanooga, TN. The apparent anti-military rampage left four Marines and one Navy petty officer dead. 
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Fort Hood Shooting
On November 5, 2009 in the Soldier Readiness Center of the Fort Hood, Texas US military base, Nidal Malik Hasan, a U.S. Army major, psychiatrist, and American-born Muslim of Palestinian descent opened fire killing 12 military personnel and 1 civilian and wounding more than 30. Hasan was wounded by civilian police officers, but captured alive. He faces 13 counts of premeditated murder.
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Islamic State of Iraq
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) or the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is a Sunni jihadist group in the Middle East.  It has been designated as a foreign terrorist organization by the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Indonesia and Saudi Arabia, and has been described by the United Nations and Western and Middle Eastern media as a terrorist group.

On 20 August 2014, a video emerged over the internet of an ISIS man clothed in black, holding a dagger and standing over American Journalist James Foley. The video shows Foley criticizing the U.S. government, saying that he desired to have more time to be with his family. The ISIS man in the video, speaking English with a British accent, is seen beheading Foley with a knife. 

On 2 September 2014, another video emerged that appeared to show Steven Sotloff being beheaded by the same executioner who had killed Foley.  In response, President Obama said that Isis would be destroyed.
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Nairobi U.S. Embassy Bombing
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Oklahoma City Bombing
The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was bombed in downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on April 19, 1995.  The Oklahoma City bombing was a domestic terrorist attack aimed at the U.S. government.  The attack claimed 168 lives and left over 800 people injured.  Until the September 11, 2001 attacks, it was the deadliest act of terrorism on U.S. soil.
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Pan Am Flight 103
On December 21, 1988, Pan Am Flight 103, a Boeing 747, took off from Heathrow Airport in England bound for Kennedy Airport in New York, NY.  A bomb exploded over Lockerbie Scotland killing all 259 people (243 passengers and 16 crew members) on board. 179 of the passengers were Americans, and 31 were from the United Kingdom.  On the ground, 11 Lockerbie residents were also killed by falling debris.  In 2001, two men from Libya were tried for the bombing.  One was found guilty of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment.
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