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By Steve King
Topic - Dominic Amaral
Putting the needs of others first is the message that Dominic Amaral, an Army veteran and student at George Washington University, takes away from the events of 9/11.
"I think it's great. It's a day that changed everything, and it's important to memorialize it. The face of the country changed [that day]," Mr. Amaral said. "It's a tragedy, but I think that we can learn from the men and women who ran to the needs of others. They went in because people needed their help."
"I'm very proud, and to this day I remain proud to have served my country. There's no greater privilege on this planet," he said.