As long as the book does not contain secret information that is still actively classified it does not matter. The politicians make a fortune telling their silly stories and I can bet you some of it was classified at one time. - John Dike
The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum hosted a memorial sunset ceremony Friday evening, September 9 to begin a weekend filled with remembrance of the 10-year anniversary of 9/11. The free, public ceremony took place on Intrepid’s Pier 86, near a display of pieces of 9-11 World Trade Center steel. Officers and crew from USS New York as well as Legionnaires from all around the state were in attendance. The ceremony included remarks from Janice Fedarcyk, Assistant Director in Charge, FBI New York Field Office and Rear Admiral Herman Shelanski.