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On Sept. 11, 2001, Tony Rose of Elizabethtown was watching the result of terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center at the Pentagon.
He felt an earthquake as he was walking to his desk 20 feet away from the television he had just been watching.
It was 45 minutes later before he saw the nose cone of the 747 that had crashed into the building, killing 29 soldiers and civilian personnel.
Now retired from the U.S. Army, Rose said he was probably angrier than he has ever been in his life when Osama bin Laden claimed responsibility for the attacks.
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