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Today 18 years ago (L to R):
Jeremy Glick, Todd Beamer, Tom Burnett, and Mark Bingham overtook hijackers on United 93.
Burnett’s last words to his wife “don’t worry we are going to do something”
Beamer’s final words “are you ready let’s roll”
Remember them. #NeverForget
"I'm still here, Todd," she said. "I'll be here as long as you're here."
--Verizon operator Lisa Jackson to 9 11 hero Todd Beamer--#September11
My dad had a friend from work on Flight 93—the man in the recording saying “let’s roll,” leading the charge to break into the cockpit.
His wife was pregnant & they had two young sons. His 3 kids are adults now.
Todd Beamer. I think of him & his family every day. #NeverForget
Her final words: “everyone’s running to first class. I’ve got to go. Bye.”
“Let’s roll,” Todd Beamer famously added as they rushed to the front of the plane, likely using a beverage cart as a battering ram to break into the locked cockpit.
“Let’s roll.” -Todd Beamer
Self-sacrifice is the stuff of the truest heros, and is the truest reflection of the love of God.
Remembering forty heroes of 9/11 https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/2019/09/11/remembering-forty-heroes/m7lzQqcCjdlP5EkS33NniM/story.html
“Let’s roll” became the phrase that would define America after the September 11th attacks. Todd Beamer, former student here at Wheaton Academy, fought back against terrorism while in the air on Flight 93.
As we take off I remember God has a plan and he has blessed the USA. I also remember the bravery and boldness of Barbara Olson and Todd Beamer who ran toward the trouble.
Todd Beamer was a passenger on UA93 eighteen years ago today. He fought to regain control of the aircraft. Todd's last words before he entered that cockpit...
"If I don't make it, please call my family and let them know how much I love them. Are you ready? Okay. Let's roll."
People are paying tribute to Flight 93 passenger Todd Beamer to mark the 9/11 anniversary. https://twitter.com/i/events/1171773669741191168
Todd Beamer was a man of the highest caliber who kept his cool in the worst of circumstances. His voice hardly wavered when reciting the Lord's Prayer. Then he led others to fight back on flight 93 and saved countless lives with his sacrifice.
I choke up every time I think of it
One of the worst days in our country’s history..
September 12 was one of our best. If you don’t know who Todd Beamer is, look him up. We need more Todd Beamers.
Be a leader. Help someone else succeed. Ask a lot of questions.
Todd Beamer's son, David, is quarterback for Wheaton, the team has adopted "Let's Roll" as its motto: http://bit.ly/2kHJlpo
9/11 has a greater impact on me every year. Reading this story and putting myself in Todd Beamer's shoes makes me all the more grateful. https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2019/09/05/911-oral-history-flight-93-book-excerpt-228001
#NeverForget Todd Beamer (1968-2001) was awarded hero status when it was discovered that he had helped organize an attempt to regain control of Flight 93 from the 911 hijackers. His last audible words, overhead during a phone call, were:
Are you guys ready? Let's roll.
18 years ago, Todd Beamer died on 9/11.
He said “let’s roll” to fellow passengers on Flight 93.
Then he charged the cockpit.
Beamer’s heroic example speaks to men.
By God’s grace, we must be fearless.
Willing to die for others.
Early in my career I was honored to be cast as a true hero #ToddBeamer! I will never forget this day for his and everyone’s bravery and courage in the face of fear to protect our safety! We must never forget! And I bow in humility at the strength of this country
"Let's Roll"! 9/11/2001
Last words heard by Todd Beamer as he & 43 other passengers decided to stand up & take back United flight 93 from the terrorists. They all lost their lives while preventing the jet from striking the US Capitol, potentially killing hundreds more. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🙏🙏
#MIlliganCollege's Beamer Memorial in the Village on Emmanuel Hill is a consistent reminder to #NeverForget. Todd Beamer was a hero on #September11, and he and his family often attended the School of Ministry on Milligan's campus when he was a child.