NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 11, 2011
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(Ground Zero: Lester Holt) The ceremonies in New York City, Washington and Pennsylvania featured; scenes shown of the memorial waterfalls, the reading of the names of those who died at the World Trade Center, James Taylor and Paul Simon singing, the etched names, tolling bells, ceremonies at the Pentagon, the crash site in Pennsylvania, President Obama with family members, the new World Trade Center tower. [Victim's son Peter NEGRON, OBAMA, former President BUSH; lost husband, Monica IKEN; lost her brother, Anthoula KATSIMATIDES; at the Pentagon, Vice President Joe BIDEN; in Pennsylvania, two BOYS - speak.]
(Ground Zero: Brian Williams) Excerpts from an NBC exclusive interview with Obama presented. [OBAMA - recalls where he was on 9/11 when the planes crashed, how America came together and how we took the fight to Al Qaeda; notes how much continuity there is since 9/11; comments on the police presence, how we are safer than 10 years ago, Al Qaeda is on the way to defeat and what American people should know about terrorism threats.]
(Ground Zero: Brian Williams) The shadowing of an American Airlines flight by F-16 fighter jets due to concerns about passengers on board noted.
(Ground Zero: Brian Williams) The NBC coverage on September 11 of the plane crash at the Pentagon recalled.
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