Eighteen years ago today, nearly 3,000 innocent people, including at least 12 Delawareans, were killed by terrorists in New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia – changing all of our lives forever. Today, we remember and honor the men and women whose lives were taken that day, the first responders – including many who lost their own lives – who rushed towards danger to save the lives of their neighbors, and our military service members who have been fighting to protect us in the years since. As a country, we vowed to never forget what happened on 9/11, and we honor that vow today by remembering the men and women who were taken from us. I invite you to join me in remembering them, praying for their families, and taking time to reflect on the sacrifices that so many have made for our freedom.