I was in Scott, AFB in Illinois. I was receiving C2IPS training. It's this program where you update information like departure times, block out times, delay codes, passenger numbers, payloads and stuff like that for my Command Post Apprentice badge. As soon as it happened they stopped the class and we saw the first plane crash. By the time the second one crashed we were told we'd be on lockdown and that we wouldn't be able to leave the base that day. We received further instructions like walking in pairs, stay in your hotel room as much as you can, having emergency numbers handy, letting someone know where you are going on base, having your military I.D. ready just in case you were asked to identify yourself among other things. It was scary.
Yeah, but terrorist aren't gonna know thats as is not called George Bush Sr. High School
He came too the school about 2-3 times.
The terrorists aren't going to give a **** about some high school. Who cares if the name is George Bush High School? They hit the Pentagon and the World Trade Center. You really think your High School would be their 3rd target?
I was walking to school in the morning in grade six with a couple friends and they were talking about it but I didn't really believe them. They were very animated about how planes crashed into the World Trade Center and they watched it on TV that morning. Finally, at lunch time at school the TV was on in the library with live coverage and I found out it was actually real...