The guests on World Footprints show commemorating 9/11 are men and women who displayed courage in the face of danger and resilience in the face of loss and uncertainty. We salute and honor them all! NEVER FORGET!
Colonel Jeffrey B. Cashman, US Air Force: On September 11, 2001, then Major Cashman was one of the first US military pilots nationwide to take to the air on a domestic armed combat air patrol.
William Layer, US Army National Guard: Was in his Pentagon Office in the D Ring (river side) at the time of the attack. Assisted in evacuation.
Nicole B. Simpson: Worked on the 73rd floor in Tower II at the World Trade Center. She assisted in the evacuation of her staff. Nicole is a supporter of survivors and advocated on behalf of mental and financial assistance for the many individuals who are still affected by the events of 9/11.
Geof Morin, American Bible Society: Geof was in Pennsylvania on the day of the attack. He joined World Footprints to share how the American Bible Society was a first-responder of a different kind. The organization immediately sought to provide comfort and hope and created a small pamplet of scriptures that encouraged strength.
Lauren Manning: When a wall of flame at the World Trade Center burned more than 80 percent of her body, Lauren began a journey of survival and rebirth that tested her almost beyond human endurance.