A Northwest Florida community also honored the victims of the September 11th attacks.
A small memorial service was held Tuesday at the Jackson County Fire-Rescue Department near Marianna, Florida.
The guest speaker at the ceremony was Keith Coco, a retired New York police officer who was at Ground Zero the day of the attacks.
Those who attended say the victims who died should never be forgotten.
"Today reminds me that freedom comes at a cost... at a price. It's a time for us to reflect on those who gave their lives for us and those who continue to give their lives for us here in the United States of America," said Jeff Gnann.
At the end of the ceremony a flag was raised at half staff, along with a plaque memorializing those who lost their lives.
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