It's one of those days you never forget.
As a National Day of Service and Remembrance, American flags at Post Offices flew at half-staff on September 11, 2010, now known as Patriot Day.
The day is set aside to remember those who lost their lives nine years ago, as well as those who have died in the ensuing wars since. It's a good day to remember and reflect.
How about you? What changed for you? What did it do to the Postal Service? Care to share those thoughts? Comment here.
I am a vetran and a USPS employee...I have very mixed feelings about the whole deal. Things changed and the whole nation was impacted because of the thoughtlessness of a couple of idiots. You don't really want to hear what I think needs to happen....so I will leave it at that.
In regards to the above comment...
THANK YOU for your service to our country.
I'm sure what you have to say, a lot of people wouldn't like since that would not be PC... but I'm sure we would agree as what needs to be done!
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