A decade ago, on a clear September morning, life, as Americans knew it, would change forever.
The horror and shock from the unprecedented direct hit was only a small foreshadowing of the larger repercussions to follow.
For better or for worse, a new America was born.
On September 11, 2001, terror rocked our complacent world. Still, a new strength fueled by pride and fury emerged almost instantaneously.
That strength still courses through our veins today. America will never forget.
Newsmax Magazine's "9/11 Ten Years Later"
Our September 2011 Newsmax magazine features a special, 38-page section: "9/11 — Ten Years Later" marking the tragic occasion, and boldly displays on its cover a stark collection of evocative photos telling the haunting tale of the people and places of that fateful day.
This special edition includes a wide-ranging, in-depth look at the events that profoundly changed the country and affected the lives of Americans forever.
The full-color, glossy issue includes exclusive interviews with former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik.
Citizens and leaders alike offer you a vivid portrait of a turbulent timeline from the awful day of September 11 and the nation's response, to how we should prepare for new threats on the horizon.
Included in Newsmax magazine's "9/11 — Ten Years Later" report:
Rudy Giuliani reveals why President Obama is making America unsafe against future attacks
Why Giuliani believes a future WMD attack against the U.S. can't be ruled out
A blow-by-blow account by former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik, never before detailed in a publication
Donald Rumsfeld: How Bush revolutionized the war on terror
Judith Miller: The scary post-bin Laden world
The Twin Towers aftermath through the eyes of a NYC fireman
Sean Hannity: Obama's "reprehensible" response to terrorism
Pat Buchanan: Where America went wrong after 9/11
Frank Gaffney defends Bush's war on terror
How America has dealt with security threats over the years
A 9/11 widow recounts her living nightmare
Homeland Security's questionable spending
Cashing in on the catastrophe
When moms come home from war
How 9/11 changed a generation
NYPD officer: Nothing survived the Twin Towers' fall
The famed ash-covered "dusty lady" gets her life back
Christopher Ruddy: Never forget the real heroes of 9/11
And much, much more
Again, there is so much more in Newsmax magazine, which won a Gold Eddie Award in the News/Commentary category of Folio magazine's prestigious journalism awards, the Eddies.
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