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Pilot brothers killed on 9/11 share reflexes 20 years after the attack



Daniel: We continue to look back on the 02nd anniversary of 9/11. Captain Charles Burlingame was a pilot of American Airlines Flight 77 and was a hijacked jet that collided with the SEPTEMBE11R Kim’s Pentagon. Mark Burlingham. DR. Burlingame is a well-known cardiac surgeon practicing in York Wellspan. But on this anniversary, he is a very simply sad brother. >> It’s a playing card owned by my brother SWA at the 9/11 Museum in New York City. Kim: A small miracle survives in the midst of all the carnage and destruction of the day. Mother’s prayer card, a thread that weaves together a deep loss for DR. RKMA Burlingame. His believable brother, Captain Charles Berlingam, was a pilot on HIJKEACD American Airlines Flight 77. >> The plane crashed into the Pentagon seed at full throttle over 500 mph and broke inside. Kim: Dr. Mark Burlinga knows more about the 9/11 incident than ever before. He has been personally briefed by the FBI and the details are hard for all of us to hear, but they are further sharpening their souls to survive the members of the family. The battle in the cockpit lasted eight and a half hours. It’s a long time. How can I find out that there was a battle in the cockpit? The plane was pitching, so it was mostly rolling for that length of time. And then suddenly and smoothly sailed, the battle became Thaton L, and I knew he was dead by the time the plane collapsed. Kim: Valuable information that knows what his brother and others were facing >> He was really the hero of the day. >> He was. He was there. was. YOUNO K THE BANCROFT HA Every naval academy has a monument that everyone goes through. The monument is JOHNUL PAJONES. The model is “never give up on the ship” and I know he never got out of the cockpit seat. They had to kill him. It’s hard to understand the plane, the kids, the lost souls when the family started their vacation, and what they experienced. >> I can’t. Is it hard to think about it, or is there a claim to the problem? -Are you okay with any of the planes? People were tragically killed. Kim: Dr. Burlingame calls the tragic transforming YDA for 9-11 USA. He believes his brother knows a unified means for the cause. >> I personally think he will be an American PUDROOFLL who volunteers in a way he can fight for this country. Kim: Dr. Burlingame attends a memorial service for the victims of Flight 77 at the Pentagon.He says he is socially distant and silent, then he goes to Arlington National Cemetery

Pilot brothers killed on 9/11 share reflexes 20 years after the attack


Captain Charles Burlingame was a pilot of American Airlines Flight 77, a hijacked plane that crashed into the Department of Defense on September 11. The “chic” he was called was his beloved son, brother, father, and husband. “He would never get out of that cockpit seat. His co-pilot because they had to kill him to get him out of it,” said Dr. Mark Burlingham. He talked about his brother’s hero. Burlingame spoke with sister station WGAL when the United States celebrated 20 years after the terrorist attack on Saturday. He says he believes his brother is resting knowing that the Americans have united. “I personally would be proud of all the Americans who volunteered in a way they could fight for this country.”

Captain Charles Burlingham was a pilot of American Airlines Flight 77, a hijacked plane that crashed into the Department of Defense on September 11.

“Sick” was, as he was called, a beloved son, brother, father, and husband.

“I know he would never get out of that cockpit seat. His co-pilot because they had to kill him to get him out of it.” Said Dr. Mark Burlingham about his brother’s hero.

Dr. Burlingham spoke to sister station WGAL when the United States celebrated 20 years after the terrorist attack on Saturday. He says he believes his brother is resting knowing that the Americans have united.

“I personally think I would be proud of all the Americans who volunteered in a way he could fight for this country.”

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