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DFW Question For AA Employees

Sat Sep 11, 2004 8:09 pm

While working the ramp for FL in DFW i July I wandered over to the A and E terminals on a tug. There is a sign in between the terminals where you go under the road to get back to terminal B. The sign has all of the names of the AA crew members that were killed in 9-11. It also has a tribute on it, but I can't remember exactly how it reads. It's something to the effect of ....For the love of our industry, for the love of our country.....Can someone please help me figure out the rest of the saying.
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RE: DFW Question For AA Employees

Sat Sep 11, 2004 9:15 pm

On the A-C connector:
"For the love of our country, For the love of our industry, For the love of American Airlines"

Banners on either side list the employees killed on 9-11 (includes non-revs).

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