Spc. Bryan Stern was hungover. It was a sunny near-autumn day, but after a night of partying to bid a friend farewell, he didn’t want to be anywhere but bed.
Stationed in Lower Manhattan with the 227th Military Intelligence Company housed at 7 World Trade Center, he was riding the subway to work from Brooklyn, wishing he had stayed home on September 11, 2001.
Twenty years after the attack of 9/11, a group of military veterans speak about their experience of that day.
In part two of the series, veterans recount what happened in the immediate aftermath of the attacks.
While the documentary begins like many accounts that preceded it, little time elapses before understanding that this series is different. By